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Viking Dodge – at it again

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Viking Dodge – at it again

Gus Philpott
Woodstock Advocate
September 13, 2008

Here we go again. Viking Dodge just doesn’t get it. Is there really someone there who is running the place and who can control his employees?

Earlier this month someone called the Crystal Lake Police from Viking Dodge and made a complaint about the signs on Wayne Beto’s car, which was parked in “his” spot on U.S. 14 with those now all-too-familiar signs.

You know, if those guys just told the truth, I wouldn’t even be writing this. But one of the signs on Wayne’s car reads, “Viking Dodge Lies”. Judge for yourself.

Those guys are getting pretty foxy. This time they complained that Wayne is promoting www.RipOffReport.com by having the sign on his car. What? They think RipOffReport is paying Wayne to park there and air his gripes about Viking Dodge? They think that Wayne is running a business and that the RipOffReport.com sign is advertising his business???

You do know what I’m talking about, don’t you? The Wayne Beto who is being sued by Viking Dodge for $500,000. The same lawsuit that was filed in November 2006 and for which there have been 11-13 continuances.

The Crystal Lake cops know that the City Attorney dropped previous charges that were filed against Wayne about the signs, admitting that the First Amendment right to free speech is alive and well in Crystal Lake.

If you go to www.RipOffReport.com and search for “Viking Dodge”, you’ll have plenty to read, and not only from Wayne.

Remember: if you do business with Viking Dodge (or any car dealership), do not sign anything with any lines or spaces left blank. Get a photocopy of everything you sign. E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G. Better yet, take the unsigned Purchase Contract with you and have your lawyer look at it before you sign it.

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