Nebraska Scam Unwinds; The Transporter is Pissed

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago

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  • GS650G GS650G on Mar 15, 2009

    This case has seen a lot of media time. There will be an effort to prevent similar acts in the future. I think you will see federal indictments for interstate transport of the cars, bank fraud, larceny, and anything else they can think of. The transporter should pull up to the lot and grab a Camry or two as collateral until he gets paid.

  • Dimwit Dimwit on Mar 15, 2009

    There's 2 stories here and nobody's focused on the second... what's with the cars? Are they stolen from the dealership? The bank or floorplan lender? Are these used cars? What gives?

  • DamonK DamonK on Mar 16, 2009

    @ Dimwit: "[Are the cars stolen from t]he bank or floorplan lender?" Uhuh. I remember reading a story earlier today (3/15) stating that Toyota Financial called the cops. The dealer owner, controller, and general manager were involved in the scam. More: "". Despite the missing cars, the dealer continues to operate. (You'd think it would have collapsed given the positions of the people involved.)

  • Menno Menno on Mar 16, 2009

    golden2husky, I'm with you. My Newfoundland sometimes is "naughty" in a funny way and steals my sox. Occasionally slippers. But it's more of a ploy for her to get me to play with her than real theft. Other than that, she's a nicer (dog) person than probably 90% of the (human) persons I've ever met. Before you berate me - what is Webster's definition of "PERSONality"? "The totality of distinctive traits of an individual." Their definition of "individual"? "A single person, organism or thing".