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..just thought I'd check to see what my reg was worth at
www.newreg.co.uk
, found it listed for sale!!! Funny thing is, this isn't the first time either. I've pointed out the error to them. Anyone else care to check theirs??

Migration info. Legacy thread was 6138
 
I bought a plate from them. After a few days negotiation on the price, with them going back and forth with the vendor and saying they couldn't reduce their commission to help the price, a deal was struck. When the time came to assign the plate it turned out that they were in fact the owners - it was a plate they had previously bought for stock. I tried to complain about this phoney negotiation with a non-existent 3rd party vendor, but apparently the directors of the company don't speak to customers. I would take great care dealing with this company!

Simon


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I had the same thing happen, mines in the process of being sold at the moment but while i was getting quotes from various companies i found it advertised on one of their sites. This seems to be standard practice for reg companies, they will display your plate if you have asked for or been offered a price from them, but won't display a price until you have agreed a sale value. You can call them and ask for the plate to be removed from their database, not really worth the effort though.

Wazza


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