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 07-27-2004, 18:49 Post: 92055
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Happened to be surfing and found this little item from Carver Equipment Co. that pretty much states, Kubota frowns very seriously on selling tractors over the net. Here is the URL to read the policy that was apparently issued back in March 2004. Kubota requires a face to face deal. Get your details here --- http://carverequipment.com/kubota.htm






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 07-31-2004, 13:04 Post: 92378
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Their base price is $1000.00 higher than I paid for my new B-2910 and with mine I got a 72" MMM....their price is for just tractor........Buy from your local dealer....He is the one who is going to service your tractor thru the years.....I bet if you go to 2 or 3 dealers in you area ( even if you have to go 50 miles out to get 3 dealers ) you will find a better deal than they have.....





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 08-04-2004, 21:37 Post: 92738
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Kubota is scared to death of internet dealers,,they threatened their dealers,,FAIR TRADE?? (I doubt it)






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 08-04-2004, 22:52 Post: 92743
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Once again stevenc, you no nothing of what you type. Every reputable dealer and company would rather have a face to face transaction on that big of a purchases. That is just how a good business runs.






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 08-05-2004, 06:44 Post: 92748
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just as I said,,Kubota is scared to death of internet sales,,and in the USA the "fair trade law",,it needs to be tested,,Kubota tells its dealers how to sell the product,,






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 08-05-2004, 06:45 Post: 92749
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ONEACE,,by the way,,that was a MEAN statment,,cant I have a opinion?






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 08-05-2004, 08:00 Post: 92755
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yes you can have an opinion. But kubota is not scared of Internet sales. IF they sold on the net there would have twice the sales volume they have now. Just because you see two New Holland dealers selling on e-bay or where ever New Holland Corporate dose not stand behind this practice either. I do not know how Deere sets there sales standards but I assume that they frown on net sales as well. These companies like the sale to be personal. They want to look at your face read your body language. "Most"(with a few exceptions) dealers regardless of what color the paint is want you to be happy from the time you walk in the doors till the time you walk out and live happily ever after with your unit. The net takes all of that out. You simply become a number in a computer. They can not tell if your happy or not if they can not see your face.






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 08-05-2004, 08:04 Post: 92756
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Unfortunately, scammers and scoundrels everywhere now how to exploit the anonymity of the Internet.

What Kubota is doing is merely good business practice, the same as a whole host of other companies. Go the GM, Ford or Daimler-Chrysler websites and see for yourself. They will happily give you the MSRP for a given vehicle, they will even tell you the cost with the exact options you want. Do the dealers sell them for MSRP, not if they want to actually sell something.

Corporate espionage is a big threat to any business. It can be as big as stealing key employees, or as little as shopping the competition for pricing. The solution, make a live person do the pricing face-to-face, not anonymously over the Internet.

If that's illegal or unfair, then why didn't somebody tell me when McCarthy came back to life?

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 08-05-2004, 08:16 Post: 92759
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Murf, I wish I could have your mind for one day. I know I would definitely learn something.






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 08-05-2004, 08:51 Post: 92762
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Help yourself, I don't use it all that often, Laughing out loud.

Best of luck.






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