866-326-9921
HRHFT
HRHFT
2012-09-17 17:45:49
Telemarketer
Longwood is a scam company that preys on people who are trying to sell a vehicle.  This is WELL documented all over the internet.  Matt Carter from Longwood calls and wants your credit card information to sell our vehicle. They especially like Craigslist ads.  Stay far away from these people.
Leo
Leo
2012-06-08 18:04:51
Unknown
Don't worry - they won't.
Leo
Leo
2012-06-08 18:02:17
Unknown
You are lying... again! Your rating with BBB is D-. Shove it!
Leo
Leo
2012-06-08 18:00:19
Unknown
You are a fraud, and - as such - need to be shut down. We place our ads on Craigslist to sell our cars, not to attract attention of every single crook - including but not limited to you - in the world.
Leo
Leo
2012-06-08 16:27:20
Unknown
Drop dead scammer!
Leo
Leo
2012-06-08 16:25:59
Unknown
Do you work for these scammers?
gerry neufeld
gerry neufeld
2011-12-13 16:17:27
Unknown
he calls him self math, and he keeps on calling on a car that I posted for sale but the car is long gone and so is the add, but he keeps saying that the add is still showing, and it's not true I checked it
charlie
charlie
2011-12-12 18:35:17
Unknown
just got a call from matt from longwood, i see its a scam
vostok
vostok
2011-11-01 23:42:44
Telemarketer
Received a call referencing this 866 number and a voice message that says: "...this is [garbled] from Longwood..."
It appears that its likely a scam if:
i) they use "unknown" as their caller ID payload,
OR
ii) they post repeated explanations on websites to explain/mask their intentions.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
2011-10-24 17:00:09
Telemarketer
I received a voice message from Matt Carter. I would like to clarify I am NOT selling a car. We posted on a local internet classified an ad to sell 2 tires. I am in Canada and it sounds like he is on the other side of the continent and in the USA. No business from here.
Carol
Carol
2011-10-17 12:47:27
Unknown
Matt Carter is still at it - my car's listed on Craig's List and he got my cell phone # from there. Why would I pay him a fee to sell my car when I can list it for free?

866-326-9921 - comes up as Unavailable on my cell and I have to call him before 5pm that same day.
Nutation
Nutation
2011-08-11 15:58:35
Telemarketer
Received a call with an Unavailable caller ID. I didn't answer. They left a voice mail. Gave his name as Matt Carter and asked me to call him back at this number. Offered to list my car on over 70 websites and guaranteed a buyer.

To quote my voice mail system "Message deleted."
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Who called me from 866-326-9921?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Longwood Industries, Inc. / Auto Marketing Systems (registered DBA).  Longwood is a government-accredited 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been serving as a sheltered workshop in Bedford, VA since 1975.  The company was established for the purpose of providing employment opportunities to mentally and physically disadvantaged individuals.  Its many branches of service include sign making, embroidery, screen printing, tote bag creation, bulk mail collating, and auto marketing.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Why is does my Caller ID register their phone number as unknown?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
For non-profit organizations, name and/or number identification on Caller ID is optional.  Longwood uses multiple lines to dial out, as well as to directly reach multiple departments of their business.  There are quite a few numbers used for the auto marketing facet of the organization alone.  To avoid outbound confusion and excessive inbound call transferring, Longwood has opted out of providing such information for Caller ID.
Queston
Queston
2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Why did they call me?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
They provide a matching service for buyers and sellers of used vehicles.  They likely have prospective buyers who are currently shopping for a vehicle like yours.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Why aren’t these so-called “buyers” just contacting me directly from an ad I may have somewhere else?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Typically, timing has a lot to do with selling a vehicle.  There are always people looking, but they’re not always looking at the same time you are advertising, and they’re not always looking in the same place you are advertising.  Longwood’s goal is to remove “timing” from the equation.
How?  One way is by allowing prospective buyers to register for free and put in requests for help finding a vehicle.  These are buyers who just don’t have the time or desire to sift through hundreds of classifieds in dozens of different sources to find what they’re looking for. Others are not as familiar with the process of pricing and buying (or selling, for that matter), and don’t want to be taken advantage of.  In both cases, AMS does the shopping for them.  
Furthermore, just like they don’t wait for sellers to find them, they don’t always wait for buyers to find them either… Longwood finds them first.  A multitude of buyers searching online fill out forms requesting the vehicles they want.  These requests are typically sold to large brokers and eventually dealers, banks, etc. in the form of leads.  These leads are expensive and typically sold in large volume.  By using group buying power, Longwood is able to purchase the required volume and make access to those leads affordable to all of their customers.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
How do I know they have someone looking for MY vehicle?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Give them a call to see who is looking in and around your area.  If you received a call from one of their representatives, there is likely someone who has shown interest in a vehicle like yours.  If none of their current requests result in the sale of your vehicle when you sign up, then they begin purchasing additional buyer leads that match your vehicle’s description.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
How much does the matching service cost?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
One program is a one-time non-refundable fee of $99.00.  
The other program is a one-time fee of $199.00 with a money-back guarantee.
Call for details about the two programs.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
I’m on the National Do-Not-Call List… Is it LEGAL for them to call/solicit me?  On my cell phone?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Yes.  Longwood Industries is a non-profit organization.  The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has exempted non-profits from DNC regulations; therefore, they are not obligated to subscribe to the National DNC List.  They must, however, maintain an internal Do-Not-Call list.  Federal law specifically permits certain solicitations to wireless numbers; however, if you do not want them to contact you again, you may call and provide your phone number(s) to one of their Customer Service Representatives and request to be put on their internal DNC list.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Do they have a website?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
I am currently using another means of marketing my vehicle and specifically stated that it was NOT okay to contact me with other commercial services or interests.  Why did they contact me anyway?
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Certainly you don’t want every business that has a new air freshener or tire cleaner contacting you about their new product.  These are services/products unrelated to why you posted your contact information in the first place.  You did, however, post your information online in an attempt to sell your vehicle.  Longwood represents buyers in the market to purchase vehicles.  If you received a call from a Longwood representative, there is reason to believe they have a prospective buyer who has shown interest in a vehicle like yours; therefore, this call was related to the very reason you posted your information online (not for “other” commercial services or interests).  They offer a very valuable service and want to reach as many people as possible that they believe they can help.
If you are not one of the people interested in working with Longwood’s prospective buyers, they will record any Do-Not-Call requests that you may have if you call and provide your number(s) to one of their Customer Service Representatives.
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2011-06-06 21:01:32
Unknown
Is Longwood a member of the Better Business Bureau?
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