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Review: Ever since last year(2012) when we bought the camper. I have asked D & D Sales for a title to the camper. He keeps on telling me there is no title yet he still sold me the camper. If I want to sell the camper I can not without a title.Desired Settlement: I would like to get a title for my camper.
We had taken my car to be repaired ([redacted]), the key would get stuck in the ignition. We had a little trouble getting ahold of him before the repair even happened. When he finally "repaired" it, we paid him about $265.00 - that same day the key got stuck. We call him, he said "its new, give it some time" so we waited a week, in the meantime the key would get stuck every time we tried to take it out. After that week, we called him multiple times to his business and a personal cell number he gave us - with no answer. I think a few days after that we finally got ahold of him, he took a look at it, turns out he fixed the wrong part, but as soon as he could get the part that needed to be fixed he would give us a call & would fix it free of charge. A few weeks go by - with us trying to get ahold of him seeing if he got the part. He did answer us once, saying he hadn't been able to see if the part was in. About 2 weeks ago, I went to turn my car off and it wouldn't turn off, with the key in. We called him - no answer, we text him - he answered the text and said just pull a fuse line under the sterring wheel - he'll look at it the next day. He never answered our calls the next day & never showed up at his business to even take a look at what was wrong with my car. We asked an opinion of another mechanic, and he said we shouldn't be driving the car around with the ignition on & key stuck. He hasn't gotten back in touch with us since we last tried to call him about our car STILL not being fixed. I feel like he's giving us the run around, and he also did the same thing to a friend of mine about a week after he "repaired" my car.