Are these Vloggers just a scam? SOL or Shmee etc? (Vol 2)

Are these Vloggers just a scam? SOL or Shmee etc? (Vol 2)

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Vocht

1,259 posts

103 months

Friday 15th March
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I bet all the NVN haters are the same type of people that won't ever go to an upmarket restaurant or won't buy a first class plane ticket because they don't see the value in them. Ultimately it's not just about the end product, it's about the service and experience throughout. And by the looks of it, NVN are distinctly differentiating themselves from their competitors by offering a premium 'VIP' customer journey overall.

Burwood

11,392 posts

185 months

Friday 15th March
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Vocht said:
I bet all the NVN haters are the same type of people that won't ever go to an upmarket restaurant or won't buy a first class plane ticket because they don't see the value in them. Ultimately it's not just about the end product, it's about the service and experience throughout. And by the looks of it, NVN are distinctly differentiating themselves from their competitors by offering a premium 'VIP' customer journey overall.
I wouldn't pay to fly First. Business is good enough. Wrong on the restaurants. A better analogy is I wouldn't order the £400 Salt Bae steak. smile

Edited by Burwood on Friday 15th March 10:29

WarrenB

366 posts

57 months

Friday 15th March
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Vocht said:
I bet all the NVN haters are the same type of people that won't ever go to an upmarket restaurant or won't buy a first class plane ticket because they don't see the value in them. Ultimately it's not just about the end product, it's about the service and experience throughout. And by the looks of it, NVN are distinctly differentiating themselves from their competitors by offering a premium 'VIP' customer journey overall.
I've not seen anyone, on here or YouTube, hate on NVN.

Gio G

1,900 posts

148 months

Friday 15th March
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e46m3Mark said:
I wonder if they give me a quote on the Matiz?
Can anyone find out how much NVN charge for a posh wash? At least Topaz has a price list on their website. Is it a matter of if you have to ask, you can't afford it....

G

TheAngryDog

8,546 posts

148 months

Friday 15th March
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Vocht said:
I bet all the NVN haters are the same type of people that won't ever go to an upmarket restaurant or won't buy a first class plane ticket because they don't see the value in them. Ultimately it's not just about the end product, it's about the service and experience throughout. And by the looks of it, NVN are distinctly differentiating themselves from their competitors by offering a premium 'VIP' customer journey overall.
I've eaten in upmarket restaurants. I'm not sure that the food was any better than lesser restaurants tbh. I've eaten at a Michelin starred restaurant (one of the chefs won Professional Master Chef a year or 2 ago) and it wasn't even expensive. Your point there is pretty invalid.
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Beefmeister

15,138 posts

169 months

Friday 15th March
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And now the willy waving begins...

e46m3Mark

12,275 posts

112 months

Friday 15th March
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My willy is too small to wave. frown

RobDown

3,185 posts

67 months

Friday 15th March
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WarrenB said:
I've not seen anyone, on here or YouTube, hate on NVN.
I can't tell whether you're joking or not? You have just read the previous posts? I've got no interest in Mr JWW or NVN etc. But there's several people here clearly keeping their fingers crossed that NVNs fails, as if it makes f**k all difference to them (and presumably so they can boringly say "I told you so" while talking to their imaginary friends down the pub).

It just comes across as the usual British Tall Poppy syndrome. See someone succeed and try to cut them down. Yawn

oh and PS, just because someone in the thread later agrees with you (that they want it to fail) doesn't then make it OK



Edited by RobDown on Friday 15th March 12:41

Patrick-Peter

129 posts

22 months

Friday 15th March
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Is NVM Lounge for customers? or a social pod cast/ youtuber area thing? Or just mrjww vanity area? Are the wealthier people really that interested in sitting in the lounge to watch someone wash their car? Most of the wealthy I know just hire the mobile detailers to come whilst they are busy doing other things.

TheAngryDog

8,546 posts

148 months

Friday 15th March
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Beefmeister said:
And now the willy waving begins...
directed at me?

Burwood

11,392 posts

185 months

Friday 15th March
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Beefmeister said:
And now the willy waving begins...
Ironic post of the day (given the thread biggrin)

GreatGranny

6,870 posts

165 months

Friday 15th March
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If I did have a nice car and the money I'd go to these guys.

http://whitedetails.co.uk/

Check out the YouTube channel.

5+ days for their comprehensive 'White Details'.
Must be £1500+

Beefmeister

15,138 posts

169 months

Friday 15th March
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TheAngryDog said:
Beefmeister said:
And now the willy waving begins...
directed at me?
Aimed at a few people! As soon as anyone starts mentioning wealth or 'high end' luxury, so many always start posting about where they've eaten, or what they've done, or how much they've paid for something and it all gets a bit silly. Willy waving.

Craig_89

65 posts

115 months

Friday 15th March
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I'm wondering what the point of the NVN lounge is. I'm not sure how many of these supposedly high end & wealthy customers would drop their car off and then hang around for a few hours. I'm sure most cars will arrive & leave on a transporter with no physical contact from the customer.

This seems to make the lounge redundant if the customer themselves is unlikely to even show up, the only other uses it seems to serve is for hosting events and podcasts, something which JWW has said he wanted to do in the past. As for the hate towards NVN, this mostly seems to come from a small number of TGE fans on IG. I recall one TGE fan account being banned by IG owing to various comments/posts being made towards JWW/NVN.

As for the willy waving, I drive a 28 year old Toyota, a 14 year old Lexus, I shop at Aldi and buy my clothes off eBay, all so I can fund my addiction to track days byebye


Burwood

11,392 posts

185 months

Friday 15th March
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Craig_89 said:
I'm wondering what the point of the NVN lounge is. I'm not sure how many of these supposedly high end & wealthy customers would drop their car off and then hang around for a few hours. I'm sure most cars will arrive & leave on a transporter with no physical contact from the customer.

This seems to make the lounge redundant if the customer themselves is unlikely to even show up, the only other uses it seems to serve is for hosting events and podcasts, something which JWW has said he wanted to do in the past. As for the hate towards NVN, this mostly seems to come from a small number of TGE fans on IG. I recall one TGE fan account being banned by IG owing to various comments/posts being made towards JWW/NVN.

As for the willy waving, I drive a 28 year old Toyota, a 14 year old Lexus, I shop at Aldi and buy my clothes off eBay, all so I can fund my addiction to track days byebye
The Lounge will be the ultimate narcissists Jerk Circle wink

lordf

357 posts

106 months

Friday 15th March
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Burwood said:
Craig_89 said:
I'm wondering what the point of the NVN lounge is. I'm not sure how many of these supposedly high end & wealthy customers would drop their car off and then hang around for a few hours. I'm sure most cars will arrive & leave on a transporter with no physical contact from the customer.

This seems to make the lounge redundant if the customer themselves is unlikely to even show up, the only other uses it seems to serve is for hosting events and podcasts, something which JWW has said he wanted to do in the past. As for the hate towards NVN, this mostly seems to come from a small number of TGE fans on IG. I recall one TGE fan account being banned by IG owing to various comments/posts being made towards JWW/NVN.

As for the willy waving, I drive a 28 year old Toyota, a 14 year old Lexus, I shop at Aldi and buy my clothes off eBay, all so I can fund my addiction to track days byebye
The Lounge will be the ultimate narcissists Jerk Circle wink
The requirement for new money to spend as much of their money as possible to prove they have it knows no bounds, this is no different to the stately homes, art works of the past, vast ski chalets with the most ludicrous interiors that get used once a year. The top 1% of the world economy live and operate in such a way it is actually beyond normal comprehension. My view is it will be a success until there isn't a requirement to wrap cars in anything. The requirement for people to pay more than something is actually worth to prove their worth cannot be understated.

e46m3Mark

12,275 posts

112 months

Friday 15th March
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Burwood said:
The Lounge will be the ultimate narcissists Jerk Circle wink
Caffeine & Machine will have some competition. hehe

Earthdweller

1,514 posts

65 months

Friday 15th March
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Patrick-Peter said:
Is NVM Lounge for customers? or a social pod cast/ youtuber area thing? Or just mrjww vanity area? Are the wealthier people really that interested in sitting in the lounge to watch someone wash their car? Most of the wealthy I know just hire the mobile detailers to come whilst they are busy doing other things.
Agree, the guy that gives mine it’s bi-annual detail ( big wash ) has a very thriving mobile valeting business in the Ribble Valley looking after everything from vintage Blower Bentleys to modern exotics and yummy mummy rangies

I don’t think the vast majority would want to sit and watch him work

Not whilst there’s deals to be done ( ph powerfully built co director ) or gardener to ride ( trophy wife )

smilesmile

Bubba Zanetti

259 posts

86 months

Friday 15th March
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Craig_89 said:
I'm wondering what the point of the NVN lounge is.
It will be a meeting point for aficionados of brightly coloured chinos.

Butter Face

18,072 posts

99 months

Saturday 16th March
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Seems to be the craze with american Vloggers to buy Lambos to rebuild at the moment!