eBay sellers, we are flattered, but no thanks! (We do not have or intend to have an eBay store)
“Imitation is a form of flattery” is one of those sentences you hear throughout life. Which in most cases might be true, but in our case, it’s straight up disrespectful, almost.
There is a thin line between imitating and copying. We strive for fair competition. That’s how Rpm Motorsport became the best in the business throughout the years. If it wasn’t for the fierce and fair competition out there, we wouldn’t be where we are today. Fair play is the name of the game!
To all the eBay sellers out there using our name; we understand what it’s like trying to gain market share. But by using someone else’s brand name and product line? Are you aware that your own clients figure out that you’re a fraud and end up working with someone else instead? We get these calls on a daily basis.
To all of the great people out there trying to get their cars back on the road using similar services to ours, please do your due diligence before making a purchase. Especially when it’s a seller copying another company’s name and product line.
We can go after the sellers who use our name on eBay, but we chose to look out for the people getting scammed instead by writing this blog. Awareness is what we’re after, and we are too busy getting people’s cars back on the road, in the most efficient and cost effective way out there. We are also extremely focused towards creating a one of a kind shopping experience on our website, and your feedback has been nothing but phenomenal. Thank you!
Thank you to all the people who appreciate our work and keep coming back, we highly appreciate you and your business. And we are extremely sorry for the people who are taken advantage of and being scammed on a daily basis. We are still here for you, to help you get your car back on the road.