Written by George Papazoglou

Fellow investor,

It's true. The Government allows you to legally buy casual, or luxurious automotives at unbelievably low prices.

You can own any car you can imagine like BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Audi as long it is seized byrepparttar Government.

A Very Representative Case of Seized Vehicles...

Here's a typical paradigm... A drug dealer is driving his luxurious BMW onrepparttar 113514 Highway, having his car loaded with marijuana.

The Police with some effort arrestsrepparttar 113515 dealer andrepparttar 113516 Government seizes his 'property'. What happens next?

The vehicle, a BMW in this case, is yanked forrepparttar 113517 Auctions -- it is available torepparttar 113518 public for a measly tag!

Why am I really practically giving out this information? Because when you'll get your 'almost free' car, you'll remember good ol' George from and kindly reciprocate by shopping for parts and accessories!

Consumers - Fight Back With FTC's Do Not Call Registry

Written by James H. Dimmitt

The Federal Trade Commission has rolled out it’s National Do Not Call Registry andrepparttar registration site already has over 700,000 registrants. This is great news for consumers who have grown tired of annoying sales calls by pesky telemarketers.

Consumers can register online at You can register up to three personal phone numbers at one time. This is a free service established byrepparttar 113513 FTC and your “do not call” registration is good for a 5-year period.

Additionally, a toll-free number is also available for those who want to register by phone. The toll-free number is 1-888-382-1222. You must call fromrepparttar 113514 phone number you want to register when usingrepparttar 113515 toll free registration service.

The toll free number is only accessible to those states west ofrepparttar 113516 Mississippi River inrepparttar 113517 initial week of registration. The program will spread nationwiderepparttar 113518 following week.

Telemarketers will be required to “clean” their call lists by matching their list againstrepparttar 113519 national “do not call” list every 90 days starting in September 2003.

Companies who call listed people will be subject to fines of up to $11,000 per violation. Enforcement will begin in October 2003. You will be able to file a “do not call violation” complaint online or by phone.

Over two dozen states already have their own “do-not-call” lists and most of these states plan to incorporate their lists intorepparttar 113520 national registry. If your state is one of them, you do not need to re-register forrepparttar 113521 national registry.

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