justlooking

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justlooking last won the day on July 7 2019

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    Small Cars Direct

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  1. Same, thought it was a Qashqai+2, totally pointless
  2. Depends each month. autoraper bill £1000 per month sometimes sell 5 per month from it, £200 per sale sometimes sell more, sometimes less
  3. I’m not sure who’s worst, the seller or the buyer for buying a ‘patched up’ car in the first place
  4. +1 an essential check for me and many could be 3 things! is the engine noisy is the gearbox noisy is the clutch slipping. thats worth more than the F-ing £10er or whatever the (non)essential check costs
  5. I’m hoping you listed the dent on the Pdi if you did one. if you did a Pdi and the dents not listed, you can prove it wasn’t there at purchase. Winner
  6. Really? Thats quite extreme? We’re they on the brink anyway?
  7. He carried out an inspection pre purchase? I’d have that plastered all over the paperwork. It’s as good as sold as seen if so! i love it when they inspect them and then still buy.
  8. call them, they've a dedicated number for spec and history, i know, couldnt believe it either!
  9. This! they are incessant. I might see if AT can block their numbers
  10. Lee’s just told me I’ve got a nakerd box on a MX5 so off to Trents. Any time x
  11. can you call me about it? this is too-impersonal for my liking mate(s) yes it will show the mobile number unfortunately - time to start looking like a chatsworth druggy basically whatsapp web is just a carbon copy of whatsapp that you have on your phone. to access it, type whatsapp web into google, then open whatsapp on your phone, go to settings, then, whatsapp web/desktop, then scan QR code, point it at the QR code on the whatsapp web website, and the laptop website then just mirrors what you see on your phone, it just makes typing and image video sharing so much quicker and easier than squinting and tapping your phone
  12. Hey NOA, I use it on my website, and it routes through to my (one and only) mobile. It's great, customers have enquiried via whatsapp as their first contact and left a deposit after I've given bank details, probably happened on more than a few occasions from memory, I think we should cater for however they want to converse, annoying I know, but sign of the times. I would get a new work mobile number and use whatsapp for your website that way if you really want that separation. and yes, you can use whatsapp on your computer and chat just like an email, it's called whatsapp web and its brilliant. Call me if you want to run anything else past me.