Rebuild1.com is a website offering public viewing of vehicles and provides data to, for and from automotive professionals and to the public. This website is a service of Creative Design Group (owner), a subsidiary of BBC Inc. You may contact Dave Green, President of CDG at email@example.com or by calling 573-276-6648. For more information about CDG visit www.4cdg.com.
Membership in Rebuild1.com includes benefits and responsibilities including accurate inputting of data in a timely fashion. Rebuild1.com members will be required to put 100% of their property vehicles on Rebuild1.com within 2 business days of a new listing or within 30 days of joining the website with the only exception being client refusal, which must be documented in writing by the member.
When entering vehicles, all applicable information should be included and correct and all data and photos should be entered at the same time. Any changes to vehicles, including listings that are sold, must be entered/edited within 2 business days. Rebuild1.com is designed to market correct information about the listing first and will show the member contact information of each listing to the public in a standardized web format. All data inputted on Rebuild1.com is the property of CDG and can be used to market vehicles via social media and any other feed or marketing concepts selected by CDG. All members can display for sale vehicles in full or in part on their personal websites but cannot refeed data to any third party. Rebuild1.com will not feed data to third parties for remarketing or rebranding but can feed vehicles to members for display on their personal websites. Feeds can be generated to other sites constructed by Creative Design Group. A link to Rebuild1.com from any member is encouraged.
When a listing expires, the listing member must remove that listing from Rebuild1.com immediately.
Member user names and passwords are not to be disclosed to any outsider. Any violation will result in a $250.00 fine per incident being levied by Creative Design Group and expulsion as a member of Rebuild1.com.
Creative Design Group will have the right to fine any member $100 per listing for failure to list vehicles. There will also be a minimum fine of $500 and expulsion from Rebuild1.com for falsified information. In addition, failure to edit or correct data when notified by a buyer, another member, or CDG will result in a fine of $50 per day per listing.
Membership of Rebuild1.com should denote competency, fairness, and high integrity resulting from adherence to a lofty ideal of moral conduct in business relations. NO inducement of profit and no instruction from clients can ever justify departure from this business plan.
Members should continuously strive to remain informed on issues affecting the automotive industry, as knowledgeable professionals, members should willingly share this information with others. Members should take steps to identify and eliminate practices which may damage the public or which might discredit or bring dishonor to the member or this website. Members of Rebuild1 and the public having direct personal knowledge of conduct that may violate the Code of Ethics involving misappropriation of client or customer funds or property, willful discrimination, or fraud resulting in substantial economic harm, are asked to bring such matters to the attention of Creative Design Group or the Member of Rebuild1.com with the issue.
Rebuild1.com members shall maintain a regularly established place of business, which shall be open to the public during usual business hours or at regular stated intervals. This place of business shall have a business sign of sufficient size to identify it and bearing name under which the firm is licensed, or the regular business name, and shall be displayed outside the regular place of business.
Cooperation with other automotive professionals promotes the best interest of those who utilize their services. Members of Rebuild1.com are urged to adopt exclusive representation of clients; not to attempt to gain any unfair advantage over their competitors, and refrain from making unsolicited comments about other practitioners. Members should conduct their business so they minimize controversies and avoid conduct that demeans the Membership or is contrary to good agency practice. In all dealings, Members must treat each other in a professional manner that does not disadvantage negotiations.