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MyCarCheck.com offers 'something for nothing' chance to win a £50k car.
MyCarCheck.com - the UK's No.1 vehicle provenance website - has saved millions of people from making an expensive used car mistake, and thanks to an exciting new deal with automotive competition specialist Best of the Best, MyCarCheck.com customers now get a free go at winning a supercar worth £50k.
When you invest in a Gold check with MyCarCheck.com (for just £9.95) you not only find out everything you could wish to know about your potential pride and joy, you also gain free entry into a competition to win an Audi RS5, BMW M3, Caterham Supersport, Mercedes AMG, Porsche Cayenne or Range Rover Evoque.
Roger Powell, Divisional Head at CDL Vehicle Information Services Ltd (which owns MyCarCheck.com), commented: "You don't get something for nothing very often but this special agreement between MyCarCheck.com and Best of the Best gives our customers a genuine free chance to win a great car. I saw that there was always a fantastic amount of interest in the Best of the Best stands at UK airports, so I set about getting a deal in place. I just hope that one of our customers ends up winning - that would be perfect."
Ben Hughes, Marketing Director at Best of the Best, added: "We are delighted to be working with the leading car check website. As well delivering peace of mind, MyCarCheck.com are now able to offer customers the chance to win the car of their dreams. The vehicle information results will include a special code and link to the dedicated MyCarCheck.com section of the Best of the Best website. Customers simply enter the code to receive a free entry in our Supercar 'Spot the Ball' competition worth £5. There is a degree of skill involved and the game will be judged by a former Premier League referee."
In 2010, MyCarCheck.com and MyTextCheck.com delivered 2.2m consumer checks, which equates to 27% of all vehicles that changed hands in the UK. Parent company CDL performs over ½m vehicle data checks a day for companies including AutoExpress, CompareTheMarket, Tesco Bank and WhatCar. It uses up-to-the-minute information from the Police National Computer (PNC), the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and major finance houses including Lloyds TSB.
Anyone treating themselves or a loved one to a used car for Xmas would do well to spend a few pounds at MyCarCheck.com to confirm whether it has ever been scrapped, stolen or written-off, the last recorded mileage, the number of former owners and much more.
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