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Check this out...why would you take the 150 cash when you could turn around and sell the car for $325 all day long......

I think we all should enter...if one wins great for L-Talk!!!!!

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WWW.HIGHSPEEDTOUR.COM

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The fine print actually says the Lamborghini is a Gallardo. So it would seem like putting a Murci on the ad would be false advertising. But may be not.
 

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Good job...someone actualy read the fine print...I wanted to see how long it was...I agree it is misleading add!!!
 

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Just an FYI-

You should really find out all the details that you can before entering to win the car. The people who organize the Columbus Day Parade are raffling off an 05 Gallardo, tickets are $1,000 a piece and they are limiting the entries to 300. However, if you check the rules, it states that they require 28% withholding tax BEFORE the car gets delivered to the winner. So lets say the price of the car is $190K for example, that's more than $53K that you have to come up with.

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mrsloudv12 said:
Just an FYI-

You should really find out all the details that you can before entering to win the car. The people who organize the Columbus Day Parade are raffling off an 05 Gallardo, tickets are $1,000 a piece and they are limiting the entries to 300. However, if you check the rules, it states that they require 28% withholding tax BEFORE the car gets delivered to the winner. So lets say the price of the car is $190K for example, that's more than $53K that you have to come up with.

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If that is the case, can't we just opt for the $160,000 and avoid the 28% witholding tax.. (tax on that not included in my thinking :D)
 

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High Speed Tour Scam

Dear all,

Be warned that the High Speed Lifestyles Tour is a scam!!!

To knowledge, none of the shows has happened, All ticket buyers have lost their money, all sponsors have lost their money, all models, entertainers, and other suppliers have not been paid.

The organizer, Mike Le aka Mike Gilles aka Mike Lee aka Mike Gilles-Le dba 3d Concept Entertainment LLC is the serial con-man who was behind last year's “Street Lethal Auto Salon” scam. He takes money from ticket holders and sponsors, skips the bill on his advertisements and other commitments, 'postpones' or outright cancels the shows, and walks.

The 'Win a Lamborghini' contest featured in advertisements in Maxim, Stuff and Blender magazines (Dennis Publishing) is a new twist on the scam. He is working with a company called SmartSMS, whcih is associated with a penny-stock company called American IDC. Once you text in to win, they can text you over and over again for months or even years, each time charging you 0.99.

As for winning a Lamborghini....Mike Le doesn't even pay his bills, the one show he actually went through with in Denver, he refused even to give out the trophies...it will be a cold day in hell before you get behind the driver's seat in a Lamborghini with his help.

If you were ripped off in this 'tour' or entered this bogus contest, please contact [email protected]

Mike Le need to go to jail and Dennis Publishing, SmartSMS and American IDC need to come forward and announce their mistake in working with this guy.
 
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