2012 Lincoln MKX

10 Jul

Several investors have contacted the Receiver regarding the proposed sale of a 2012 Lincoln four door MKX with approximately 7,545 miles on the odometer. If you have an objection to the Receiver selling the Lincoln pursuant to the terms outlined in the Receiver’s Motion for Authority to Sell Vehicle Free and Clear of Liens and Encumbrances and to Deposit Net Proceeds Into Receivership Bank Account, then you or your attorney should file a timely response with the U.S. District Court at http://www.ncwd.uscourts.gov copying the Receiver.

If you are interested in bidding on the Lincoln, please feel encouraged to do so. In order to guaranty consideration of your bid, your bid must be upon the same terms and conditions as the bids to be submitted at the Manheim Auto Auction. Namely, the Lincoln will be sold in its present condition, “as is, where is,” and without any representations or warranties of any kind. Further, 100% of the bid price must be deposited with Bill Sparks Automobiles to be held in trust in advance of the auction, which will enable Bill Sparks Automobiles to bid on your behalf at the auction. If, after the auction, your bid is not the highest bid, 100% of your bid will be returned to you. If your bid is the highest bid, the Lincoln will be transferred to you, and you must pick up the Lincoln at Bill Sparks Automobile within ten (10) days of notification that your bid is the highest bid. The Lincoln will go to auction only after entry of a court order authorizing the auction and not before July 17, 2013. If you would like to submit a bid, or would like more information on the auction of the Lincoln, please contact Bill Sparks Automobiles at 267 E. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia, NC, telephone: 704-865-6221 or 704-718-3783. If you have any other questions, please contact Michael Martinez at 704-332-0209.

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3 Responses to “2012 Lincoln MKX”

  1. kevin ambrose July 11, 2013 at 3:03 am #

    Lets get on with it – losing every day.

    • Chris July 12, 2013 at 11:56 pm #

      I agree it all been for the lawyer not us he wants all the $ not fair

  2. Chris hunter July 13, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    Kevin your right any acct that took loans all loans must paid back in full and know deals to acct that took the money they must pay all the money back then we might get some money back

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