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Response:*** *** came to our office first for an $carShe made a new offer on a $car with $down paymentWe applied for this loan for herWe tried *** financial*** said she is not telling everybody the truth about her previous reposessionsWe had another
customer approved for the same $car at the same time this was going onWe told her to go for the $car because it seems right for her situationShe denied any lies about her previous repo statementsWe tried *** Financial to finance her the $carShe gave us a $deposit towards her $down payment for the $carShe mentioned if any facts came up about her previous reposessions than what she told us, we could have the deposit of $So, we told the other customer that the car they were interested in and approved for $was pending sale and not availableWe lost that customerShe came the next day to pick up the car $carTo confirm her approval with ***, we called ***, and they transfered us to their Coporate officeOn speaker phone, what was heard from *** was: *** had a previous repossession with ***This makes previous recent Repossessions for her*** said *** hid the car, after default of contract, for months from *** has a current judgment against herShe has not currentley responded to the judgmentWe were suprised and disappointedEven though the $was not refundable and that moment , we told *** that her $was transferable to the $down payment of the $car that she first was intersted inShe made a new offer: There is a $black car she likes, would that still be approved for this type of deal? We told *** yesShe left to bring her other $We were going to finance the deal In HouseShe has never been back to our officeWe called her and she said she will be back; to not sell the third car she was interested inThus, she has paid the $to us to not sell the car to the other customer interested in the same carThis is all stated on her receiptFinally, If she is not approved for a $car, she will be approved to put $down payment on a $car

I am rejecting this response because: I told *** I had a repossession and he asked within the last year and I told him yes so he knew and still told me it would be okay and my friend was standing right there with me when he specifically said it would not be a problem with the amount of money I was going to put down so they both (*** & ***) insisted I leave part of the down payment to hold the car, which I did and they refused to give me a tractor for the cash $I put down until the loan was financedBefore I left I asked *** three times was I approved and he said yes they just wanted proof of my residency and once that wad accepted I could come back the next day and pick up the carThe next day another friend brought me to pick up the car and they said I wasnt approved & they will not give me the $ back which I have an audio of the conversation*** told me that he purchased another vehicle based on me financing that car and he lost money on the other car he bought and I asked him what did that have to do with me why would he not wait for the loan to go through to buy another car for his lot which had absolutely nothing to do with meMy loan was financed and if I could not finance the one car I would not be able to for another car being turned down multiple times & I am owed my $back because I NEVER AGREED VERBALLY OR IN WRITING they could have my $They lied to me about the loan approval then my money I have retained an attorney & am preparing to file a a law suit against them and their companyI have filed a complaint with consumers affair and have spoken with the attorney generals office about their conduct and misleading practices I want my money $back nobody in this world would agree to the terms they are suggesting or even say they could have their down paymentNo hard working person has that kind of money to give away They are scamming people out of money and I will have the attorney generals office look into how many other people they have done this to

I am rejecting this response because:
NO thatis a lie .   They would not let us take the car on the freeway.  we had to take each car on the exact same 4 mile route aroiund the car lot and that surrounding neighborhood.   WE figured it out after buying the car then 75 miles later the check engine light went on ,  if you converse with master mechanic or any smog shop for that matter they will tell you that in order to smog a car with the check engine light on that car has to drive 700 traceable miles with the light coming back on .   anyone can clear the light code but it comesback on within 100 miles of driving because the actual issue is not fixed..  and cant figure out what is making it come on.  I never stated that my 2003 bmw 530 was repossessed.   But A-1 cars and trucks misrepresented the car by taking off the original 530 emblems all over the car and replaceing them with M5 stickers all over the car .  which the car is not an M5 w.  the M5 is the top of the line series .   who does that.  
 I am working on letters from the friend that referred us to them  and the issues that they had with them and their car blowing upo and A-1sellsing them a different car for 1000 less .  this car lot does not even keep in good standing with the Fair Trade commissions act by having all the correct paper work on the car window at the tiem of purchase.  I didn't know any of this at the time of buying the car .  
And I had the car for 3 days before I went back to A-1 to tell them about the check engine light an other things I noticed . and Sean the owner toldl me it was the gas cap and he promised he would buy a new cap the following Tuesday.  Which he did not.   here is Master Mechanics number  ###-###-####.  They are not only in non compliance with the state of  California smog act clean air but also the Fair trade commission and the moral and ethical way of doing business.  
 
 I can see if it was a 1000 or 2000.  but it is 9000 worth of repairs.   how is that fair.  and they have been informed every step of the way.   I will go to every news channel in California and I will picket the front of this store .  Attachments to follow
 Brenda Tucker Mike Medley

The Lemon Law refers to new cars only; ones that are under manufacture...

warranty. So, what the customer says about "lemon" is a totally false statement. This customer purchased a car and paid full in cash; no payments. This vehicle was bought from the Dealer Auto Auction, which the previous owner was a Financial Company. We bought this vehicle cash and we did not Repo it from anyone. And once more since we bought the car cash, we sold it cash; SO, what does this customer mean when he/she talks about 'Repo'? This customer came here and test drove 4 cars. This customer came here to buy a Mercedes and, it looks like their friends have bought many vehicles from us. Finally, after test driving many times they decided to buy this car. This car had absolutely no problem at the time of sale to this customer. If there was a problem with the car they would not have bought it. The car was sold AS-IS, no warranty. The Buyer Guide and all the other AS-IS contracts between us specify "You will pay all costs or any repairs, we assume no responsibility of any repair, regardless of any statement about the vehicle". If you need any documents to back up my words, I will be happy to send them to you. After they had the car problem, they attacked our personal life by harassing us. We gave them so many notices regarding that. They make so many wrong statements. Basically, we stood by our agreements and nothing else. She picked up the Registration about 20 days after the purchase, at our office, and she never mentioned any mechanical problem.

I am rejecting this response because: We have settled the situation with the Owner. Thank you for your time. Please remove my complaint.

A-! cars and trucks finances cars that are complete lemons they break down and the person cant afford to fix the car they just bought and make their payment to A-1 so they repo it then selll the same lemon to someone else
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It was recorded and documented that [redacted] saw the temperature going up 2-3 days prior the incident and did not respond accordingly and ignored it. He said he thought there was something wrong with the gauge, that was causing that issue and nothing important. This is all documented and recorded with...

witnesses. If he would have responded correctly when the temperature went up, the car may have been able to be fixed at a low price, like a thermostat replacement. The car was Sold with an AS-IS No Warranty contract and the buyer signed and agreed to it. He is responsible for the repairs as is mentioned in the contract. This is what the Buyers Guide says in its AS-IS No Warranty Statement for customers" YOU WILL PAY ALL COSTS FOR ANY REPAIRS. This dealer assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle." Another Buyers Guide Statement for the customer is written as follows: "This vehicle is being sold on an AS-IS basis. 1.The entire risk as to the quality or performance of this vehicle is with the buyer. 3. Should the vehicle prove to be defective following the buyers purchase, the buyer, and not the dealer, assumes the entire costs of all necessary servicing or repair. " On the day of the sale the buyer was shown and signed the inspection. He was shown how to check fluids on the vehicle. The buyer was personally shown that the fluids, like the coolant, where on the correct level. His negligence towards the vehicle is shown when the California Highway Patrol towed and impound his car after he left it on the highway for many hours. The Lemon Law refers to new cars only; ones that are under manufacture warranty. So, what the customer says about "lemon" is a totally false statement.

Response:The other day [redacted] was here. She told us she was good with us. She told us to put her deposit towards another car. This time she said she will tell the truth . I worked with 2 financing companies for [redacted] Financial, in which I had her deal sent through, says [redacted] owes them about 600$. I was just with her on the phone, a 3 Way voice conference, with [redacted]. If she clears her past due with them we can finance with [redacted]. She said she will bring another 1000$, plus the 1500$ deposit (not refundable), will equal 2500$ down payment. I will try to get her [redacted] financing. I just spend 30 minutes for her and the other day, 20 minutes, with different finance companies, doing my best for her.

1. By the time of the sale the car did not have any transmission problems and was sold AS-IS. The buyer agreed to pay for all the repairs if anything came up. By Signing a few agreements specify warranty and AS-IS.
2. He has signed another paper called Automobile Inspection form, that [redacted] inspected the car bumper to bumper and test drove it.
3. The car was Smogged. The smog was totally lawful and if [redacted] has any problems with the Smog he can go to the Smog shop and make a complaint.
4. Regarding the "M5", The Buyer Guide was attached to the window of the car, and said in BIG Words, it is a 530i, Not M5. Mr. [redacted] knew the car was a 530i. He bought the car as a 530i, and especially he signed many papers stating that, and on a separate statement paper, that the car is not a 530i not M5 (2003 M5 price in the market is from $18,000 to $54,000 according to Carforsale.com today.) So this is a lie that He did not know that it was not a M5, like all the statements he makes.)
5. TipTronic Transmission are very sensitive that one can up-shift and down-shift manually. If the Driver drives harsh on the car and does not shift in proper time, it would hurt the transmission and especially lock up the converter.
6. After he bought the car he serviced the engine in Toyota of Yuba City. About 2 and half months after the purchase he brought a statement that the car needs a head gasket. So how come Toyota dealership and the other mechanic that repaired the car, didn't mention any engine problem? Because there was no problem that day. How come [redacted] says that the engine was bad from the beginning? That is a lie.
7. Anybody knows that if a car is bad today, it may not have had a problem yesterday. Anything could happen with the car that me or you drive right now. But there is no way that a mechanic can make a statement that the car should not have passed smog tow and a half months ago. To me that is a wrong statement and not true, by a fair mechanic. Because [redacted] took the car to at least 2 or 3 mechanic shops that checked the car for [redacted] and serviced on it, according to [redacted]'s own statements.
We sold [redacted] a car AS-IS No warranty, and he agreed and signed:
"The seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicles. The buyer hereby accepts the above-described vehicle in its present "AS-IS" condition and waives all warranties including the dealer's implied warranty of the merchantability and the dealer's implied warranty of fitness. except for warranty of the manufacturer, if any, the entire risk as to the quality and performance of the vehicle is with the buyer, and if the vehicle proves defective after purchase, the buyer and not the dealer, distributor or retailer assumes the entire cost of all necessary serving or repair.
What we did is lawful to what we bounded and agreed and signed. The car [redacted] bought could have problems or not have problems. We have or might have few Un-Happy Customers, after Hundreds of Happy Customers.
If [redacted]'s friends referred [redacted] to us, that means they were happy with their deal. What is written  on our cars AS-IS No warranty. "You will pay costs for any repairs. This dealer assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statement about the vehicle." [redacted] is trying to get what he can, different than what he agreed upon, that is unfair.

Since [redacted] has bought the car he has been late on payments many times. The car was towed by the police and a one month hold was put on the vehicle, because it was being driven with no driver license. Many times the car was in auto body damage and they did not take care of fix it. They did not take...

of the car; because they received the insurance money, and put the money in there pocket , and they did not fix the car right. So, big money from insurance and little money paid: they did a cheap job fixing it. We have written them letters, stating that they are suppose to pay their car payments on time . They are suppose to fix the car after they got the insurance money, but they ignored it and the letters. That car has been repossessed, 3 times, and every time he promises to pay on time for the next month, and take care of the mechanical and electrical problems; and even promises to take care of damages and accidents.He said in his letter we repo his car because of being behind for 2 months or 1 month late only. We know that Mr. [redacted] is not the one who is driving the car. When they bought the car it had 140k miles. And now it is about 180k miles. It has only been about a year that they have had the car. The car has engine problems now, transmission problems now, widows are not working, sunroof is not working, door locks are not working, engine mount is bad now, suspension problems, lower control arms, the vehicle is not safe to drive, coolant leaking. These problems were not there when the car was purchased. All these problems [redacted] promised to fix in Feb.. When he picked up the car.February. When he took the car, he paid about half of what he owed and he promised to pay as soon as possible on the rest. He hasn't paid that balance and he only paid one payment since February. He owes about 2400$. So now, we have asked for half of the balance only, to give him the car. [redacted] responded by saying he has only 500$ to pick up the vehicle. However that does not even cover repo fees and storage fees that were added on for this period. After all these times the car has been repossessed, the car has been in used in illegal activities, this defaults the purchase contract, and since he has defaulted in many ways, he is losing the chance to get the car back, and we have thought of not reinstating the loan. We gave him chances to come and pick up the car and pay the balance. We will give him discounts, but we do not want to go the same route as before, where, we as dealers lost.From this date we will give im another week to come and picked up the car. He will be welcome to pay the balance an pick up the car, and we will give him discount. By the way, One can see his own letter, where he says he has defaulted the contract.

Review: ON 4-4-16 I FAXED AN APPLICATION FOR A CAR LOAN AND I WAS TOLD BY [redacted] {[redacted]} THAT I NEED TO BRING IN A DEPOSIT TO HOLD THE CAR I WAS INTERESTED IN BUYING BECAUSE HE HAD ANOTHER BUYER INTERESTED IN THE SAME VEHICLE. I BROUGHT IN $1500 PART OF MY DOWN PAYMENT TO HOLD THE CAR AS A DEPOSIT AND UPON APPROVAL THE MONEY IS PART OF MY DOWN PAYMENT TOWARDS THE VEHICLE. MY APPLICATION WAS DENIED. NOW HE IS SAYING HE WILL NOT RETURN MY DEPOSIT OF $1500 TO ME AND HE IS NOW FORCING ME INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE & STATED THAT THE $1500 WOULD GO TOWARDS A DIFFERENT VEHICLE. IF I COULD NOT GET APPROVED FOR THE ONE VEHICLE THEN HOW CAN I FINANCE A DIFFERENT ONE? HE IS EXPECTING ME TO BRING IN ANOTHER $5000 PART OF A DOWN PAYMENT WHICH WAS PART OF THE DEAL FOR THE VEHICLE I WAS DENIED FINANCING FOR. HE STATED HE WILL NOT GIVE THE MONEY BACK. I RECORDED OUR CONVERSATION AND LET HIM KNOW HE WAS BEING RECORDED BECAUSE I DID NOT HAVE A RECEIPT FOR THE $1500 JUST THE CONTRACT WHICH THEY ARE NOT GIVING TO ME.Desired Settlement: I WANT MY $1500 BACK AND DO NOT WISH TO DO BUSINESS WITH HIM BECAUSE OF HIS FALSE TACTICS TO LURE ME INTO PAYING HIM SOME MONEY UP FRONT.

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Response:[redacted] came to our office first for an $8000 car. She made a new offer on a $22000 car with $7000 down payment. We applied for this loan for her. We tried [redacted] financial. [redacted] said she is not telling everybody the truth about her previous reposessions. We had another customer approved for the same $22000 car at the same time this was going on. We told her to go for the $8000 car because it seems right for her situation. She denied any lies about her previous repo statements. We tried [redacted] Financial to finance her the $22000 car. She gave us a $1500 deposit towards her $7000 down payment for the $22000 car. She mentioned if any facts came up about her previous reposessions than what she told us, we could have the deposit of $1500. So, we told the other customer that the car they were interested in and approved for $22000 was pending sale and not available. We lost that customer. She came the next day to pick up the car $22000 car. To confirm her approval with [redacted], we called [redacted], and they transfered us to their Coporate office. On speaker phone, what was heard from [redacted] was: [redacted] had a previous repossession with [redacted]. This makes 2 previous recent Repossessions for her. [redacted] said [redacted] hid the car, after default of contract, for 10 months from [redacted]. [redacted] has a current judgment against her. She has not currentley responded to the judgment. We were suprised and disappointed. Even though the $1500 was not refundable and that moment , we told [redacted] that her $1500 was transferable to the $7000 down payment of the $8000 car that she first was intersted in. She made a new offer: There is a $10000 black car she likes, would that still be approved for this type of deal? We told [redacted] yes. She left to bring her other $5500. We were going to finance the deal In House. She has never been back to our office. We called her and she said she will be back; to not sell the third car she was interested in. Thus, she has paid the $1500 to us to not sell the car to the other customer interested in the same car. This is all stated on her receipt. Finally, If she is not approved for a $22000 car, she will be approved to put $7000 down payment on a $10000 car.

Consumer

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I am rejecting this response because: I told [redacted] I had a repossession and he asked within the last year and I told him yes so he knew and still told me it would be okay and my friend was standing right there with me when he specifically said it would not be a problem with the amount of money I was going to put down so they both ([redacted] & [redacted]) insisted I leave part of the down payment to hold the car, which I did and they refused to give me a tractor for the cash $1500 I put down until the loan was financed. Before I left I asked [redacted] three times was I approved and he said yes they just wanted proof of my residency and once that wad accepted I could come back the next day and pick up the car. The next day another friend brought me to pick up the car and they said I wasnt approved & they will not give me the $ back which I have an audio of the conversation. [redacted] told me that he purchased another vehicle based on me financing that car and he lost money on the other car he bought and I asked him what did that have to do with me why would he not wait for the loan to go through to buy another car for his lot which had absolutely nothing to do with me. My loan was financed and if I could not finance the one car I would not be able to for another car being turned down multiple times & I am owed my $1500 back because I NEVER AGREED VERBALLY OR IN WRITING they could have my $. They lied to me about the loan approval then my money. I have retained an attorney & am preparing to file a a law suit against them and their company. I have filed a complaint with consumers affair and have spoken with the attorney generals office about their conduct and false misleading practices. I want my money $1500 back nobody in this world would agree to the terms they are suggesting or even say they could have their down payment. No hard working person has that kind of money to give away. They are scamming people out of money and I will have the attorney generals office look into how many other people they have done this to.

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Response:The other day [redacted] was here. She told us she was good with us. She told us to put her deposit towards another car. This time she said she will tell the truth . I worked with 2 financing companies for [redacted]. [redacted] Financial, in which I had her deal sent through, says [redacted] owes them about 600$. I was just with her on the phone, a 3 Way voice conference, with [redacted]. If she clears her past due with them we can finance with [redacted]. She said she will bring another 1000$, plus the 1500$ deposit (not refundable), will equal 2500$ down payment. I will try to get her [redacted] financing. I just spend 30 minutes for her and the other day, 20 minutes, with different finance companies, doing my best for her.

Review: we bought a car outright from A-1 on August 7th 2014 . three days later the check engine light came on we had to get the transmission fixed $1800 for that then the the gage cluster had to be replaced , then the tires were on steele then the head gaskit . so master mechanics in Yuba City CA. told us we had to replace the engine and that there was no way that this car passed smog. they dug deeper found the head cover had been glued on and that bolts from a chevy small block were used to bolt the gaskit cover on. we have informed A-1 thru out the entire problem and they sAID THE as is clause protects them., I understand that but they fraudulently smoged the car and represented it as a bmw m5 with all the stickers on it when in actuality it is a 530. I have not had the car for a full week since it wAS purchased . we have put 10,000 in repairs with the receipt for everything.Desired Settlement: I want at least the amount of repairs seeing as how we paid 9,000 the day we bought it. I have signed statements from other customers of A-1 that the same thing has happened. this is not right or fair and it also comes down to misrepresentation of the vehicle and safety issues and smog fraud.

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A-! cars and trucks finances cars that are complete lemons they break down and the person cant afford to fix the car they just bought and make their payment to A-1 so they repo it then selll the same lemon to someone else

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Business

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The Lemon Law refers to new cars only; ones that are under manufacture warranty. So, what the customer says about "lemon" is a totally false statement. This customer purchased a car and paid full in cash; no payments. This vehicle was bought from the Dealer Auto Auction, which the previous owner was a Financial Company. We bought this vehicle cash and we did not Repo it from anyone. And once more since we bought the car cash, we sold it cash; SO, what does this customer mean when he/she talks about 'Repo'? This customer came here and test drove 4 cars. This customer came here to buy a Mercedes and, it looks like their friends have bought many vehicles from us. Finally, after test driving many times they decided to buy this car. This car had absolutely no problem at the time of sale to this customer. If there was a problem with the car they would not have bought it. The car was sold AS-IS, no warranty. The Buyer Guide and all the other AS-IS contracts between us specify "You will pay all costs or any repairs, we assume no responsibility of any repair, regardless of any statement about the vehicle". If you need any documents to back up my words, I will be happy to send them to you. After they had the car problem, they attacked our personal life by harassing us. We gave them so many notices regarding that. They make so many wrong statements. Basically, we stood by our agreements and nothing else. She picked up the Registration about 20 days after the purchase, at our office, and she never mentioned any mechanical problem.

Consumer

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I am rejecting this response because:

NO thatis a lie . They would not let us take the car on the freeway. we had to take each car on the exact same 4 mile route aroiund the car lot and that surrounding neighborhood. WE figured it out after buying the car then 75 miles later the check engine light went on , if you converse with master mechanic or any smog shop for that matter they will tell you that in order to smog a car with the check engine light on that car has to drive 700 traceable miles with the light coming back on . anyone can clear the light code but it comesback on within 100 miles of driving because the actual issue is not fixed.. and cant figure out what is making it come on. I never stated that my 2003 bmw 530 was repossessed. But A-1 cars and trucks misrepresented the car by taking off the original 530 emblems all over the car and replaceing them with M5 stickers all over the car . which the car is not an M5 w. the M5 is the top of the line series . who does that.

I am working on letters from the friend that referred us to them and the issues that they had with them and their car blowing upo and A-1sellsing them a different car for 1000 less . this car lot does not even keep in good standing with the Fair Trade commissions act by having all the correct paper work on the car window at the tiem of purchase. I didn't know any of this at the time of buying the car .

And I had the car for 3 days before I went back to A-1 to tell them about the check engine light an other things I noticed . and Sean the owner toldl me it was the gas cap and he promised he would buy a new cap the following Tuesday. Which he did not. here is Master Mechanics number ###-###-####. They are not only in non compliance with the state of California smog act clean air but also the Fair trade commission and the moral and ethical way of doing business.

I can see if it was a 1000 or 2000. but it is 9000 worth of repairs. how is that fair. and they have been informed every step of the way. I will go to every news channel in California and I will picket the front of this store . Attachments to follow

Brenda Tucker Mike Medley

Business

Response:

1. By the time of the sale the car did not have any transmission problems and was sold AS-IS. The buyer agreed to pay for all the repairs if anything came up. By Signing a few agreements specify warranty and AS-IS.

2. He has signed another paper called Automobile Inspection form, that [redacted] inspected the car bumper to bumper and test drove it.

3. The car was Smogged. The smog was totally lawful and if [redacted] has any problems with the Smog he can go to the Smog shop and make a complaint.

4. Regarding the "M5", The Buyer Guide was attached to the window of the car, and said in BIG Words, it is a 530i, Not M5. Mr. [redacted] knew the car was a 530i. He bought the car as a 530i, and especially he signed many papers stating that, and on a separate statement paper, that the car is not a 530i not M5 (2003 M5 price in the market is from $18,000 to $54,000 according to Carforsale.com today.) So this is a lie that He did not know that it was not a M5, like all the statements he makes.)

5. TipTronic Transmission are very sensitive that one can up-shift and down-shift manually. If the Driver drives harsh on the car and does not shift in proper time, it would hurt the transmission and especially lock up the converter.

6. After he bought the car he serviced the engine in Toyota of Yuba City. About 2 and half months after the purchase he brought a statement that the car needs a head gasket. So how come Toyota dealership and the other mechanic that repaired the car, didn't mention any engine problem? Because there was no problem that day. How come [redacted] says that the engine was bad from the beginning? That is a lie.

7. Anybody knows that if a car is bad today, it may not have had a problem yesterday. Anything could happen with the car that me or you drive right now. But there is no way that a mechanic can make a statement that the car should not have passed smog tow and a half months ago. To me that is a wrong statement and not true, by a fair mechanic. Because [redacted] took the car to at least 2 or 3 mechanic shops that checked the car for [redacted] and serviced on it, according to [redacted]'s own statements.

We sold [redacted] a car AS-IS No warranty, and he agreed and signed:

"The seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicles. The buyer hereby accepts the above-described vehicle in its present "AS-IS" condition and waives all warranties including the dealer's implied warranty of the merchantability and the dealer's implied warranty of fitness. except for warranty of the manufacturer, if any, the entire risk as to the quality and performance of the vehicle is with the buyer, and if the vehicle proves defective after purchase, the buyer and not the dealer, distributor or retailer assumes the entire cost of all necessary serving or repair.

What we did is lawful to what we bounded and agreed and signed. The car [redacted] bought could have problems or not have problems. We have or might have few Un-Happy Customers, after Hundreds of Happy Customers.

If [redacted]'s friends referred [redacted] to us, that means they were happy with their deal. What is written on our cars AS-IS No warranty. "You will pay costs for any repairs. This dealer assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statement about the vehicle." [redacted] is trying to get what he can, different than what he agreed upon, that is unfair.

I went into car lot on 2-26-13 I gave Shawn/Ben $2000 dollars He advised me I still owed $6000 on 2000 Dodge If I gave him $2000 he would match me $2000 and put the other $2000 on the 2001 Dodge I said ok Signed over the release of liability to Shawn/Ben Signed a new contract for the 2001 Durango My first payment was $500 on 3/15/13 3/1/13 I went in and brought Ben $200 on the payment for the grey 2001 Durango 1 week later check engine light comes on bring truck in for maintenance on the 14th of March Shawn keeps my truck filled trespass on 3-16-13 He will not let me talk to owner

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