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Nov 26, 2019

Revdex.com spoke with the business who advised that this vehicle was purchased by him via a 3rd party out of Webster TX, as a vehicle with a clean title The business did their due diligence to ensure all was accurate After obtaining ownership the business sold this vehicle to this consumer who obtained a private bank loan to purchase vehicle for $10,plus taxFour months later the consumer contacted the business to advise the vehicle had a salvage title in Business did its due diligence and spoke with [redacted] of NYS to ensure there was nothing he did incorrectly This vehicle is a modified vehicle which this consumer is trying to resell for $14, At this time there is nothing more the business can do as he purchased the vehicle in good faith of having a clean title and sold as such, this consumer does have a clean NYS title for the vehicle at this time

Revdex.com:
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ***, and have determined that this does not resolve my complaint. For your reference, details of the offer I reviewed appear below
This used car dealership did not disclose the fact that this car had been totaled and had a salvage titleThe only reason this vehicle has a "clean" title is because it had been registered in a couple different states prior to me owning the carThe dealer clearly knew the car had a salvage title at one point and failed to let me know thisIf you run a *** on this vehicle or research the car online, which many people have been doing due to it's rarity, it clearly shows the car as having a salvage titleThe only thing I am at fault for is not doing so myself however I trusted the dealers word since they told me they were a trustworthy dealershipI would not have purchased this vehicle had the dealer told me this ahead of timeHe is now trying to manipulate the law by talking to someone he knows within the dmv who is clearly giving him informationThe dmv website clearly states and dealer selling a vehicle that was salvaged at any point must disclose this to the buyer before the purchase is madeIt does not make him exempt being a 3rd party sellerAll ad's from the seller the dealer purchased the car from clearly state the car had a salvage titleI have proofBeing a dealer I'm sure they ran a *** before they purchased the car which also states the car has a salvaged titleThe car can't even be posted on ebay as having a clean title because they run the vin and it comes up salvagedThis guy/dealership knows they made a huge mistake and they could also loose their license if it is proven that they are in the wrongI'm asking for $backHe purchased the car for $That would make it even to where he isn't loosing money and I'm getting back something seeing as how the value of the car is only half of what book value is with a salvage title on it's historyI will not settle for less and will take the matter to a judge with all of the documentation and proof I have to provideIt's up to the dealer at this point to show some sort of customer service since they haven't thus far
Regards,
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Revdex.com spoke with the  business who advised that this vehicle was purchased by him via a 3rd party out of Webster TX, as a vehicle with a clean title.  The business did their due diligence to ensure all was accurate.  After obtaining ownership the business sold this vehicle to this...

consumer who obtained a private bank loan to purchase vehicle for $10,000 plus tax. Four months later the consumer contacted the business to advise the vehicle had a salvage title in 2009.  Business did its due diligence and spoke with [redacted] of NYS to ensure there was nothing he did incorrectly.  This vehicle is a modified vehicle which this consumer is trying to resell for $14,000.  At this time there is nothing more the business can do as he purchased the vehicle in good faith of having a clean title and sold as such, this consumer does have a clean NYS title for the vehicle at this time.

Review: I recently purchased a [redacted] from C and C Motorsports. I've wanted one of these rare cars for a long time. I was told his vehicle never had any major work done and that it had a clean title. Trusting their word after many long discussions I purchased this car for $10,800. Shame on me for not doing more research. I recently decided to try and sell the car. I received a call from a potential buyer who asked why the car had a salvage title. I was completely caught off guard and come to find out, this person was right. I did some research and found ad's from the gentleman C and C Motorsports purchased the car from stating in deed the car had a salvage title. I called [redacted], the gentleman from C and C Motorsports that sold me the car, and asked why this was not disclosed to me before I had purchased the vehicle. He claimed he did not know. I have 2 different ad's from the guy they purchased the car from which both clearly say the car had a salvage title. The story changed once I called him with this proof. The title does not show salvage due to it being registered in 2 different states. I asked if we could work something out and possibly agree on giving me some of my money back since the car is no longer worth it's true value with a total loss showing on the [redacted]. He stated he only paid $8000 for the car. I thought giving me back $2800 so he didn't loose money on the car would have been a fair deal however he is not willing to cooperate in any way and said "it's not my problem anymore". The DMV clearly states any dealership is supposed to make sure and salvage is disclosed before a sale is made on any vehicle. I would not have purchased this car had I known this and I feel something should be done. I will take legal actions if necessary.Desired Settlement: Either give me back my money and take the car back or be fair and give me back the difference. I will be taking legal actions if this is not solved between the two of us. I don't see why any honest business would have a problem doing so.

Business

Response:

Revdex.com spoke with the business who advised that this vehicle was purchased by him via a 3rd party out of Webster TX, as a vehicle with a clean title. The business did their due diligence to ensure all was accurate. After obtaining ownership the business sold this vehicle to this consumer who obtained a private bank loan to purchase vehicle for $10,000 plus tax. Four months later the consumer contacted the business to advise the vehicle had a salvage title in 2009. Business did its due diligence and spoke with [redacted] of NYS to ensure there was nothing he did incorrectly. This vehicle is a modified vehicle which this consumer is trying to resell for $14,000. At this time there is nothing more the business can do as he purchased the vehicle in good faith of having a clean title and sold as such, this consumer does have a clean NYS title for the vehicle at this time.

Consumer

Response:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID [redacted], and have determined that this does not resolve my complaint. For your reference, details of the offer I reviewed appear below.

This used car dealership did not disclose the fact that this car had been totaled and had a salvage title. The only reason this vehicle has a "clean" title is because it had been registered in a couple different states prior to me owning the car. The dealer clearly knew the car had a salvage title at one point and failed to let me know this. If you run a [redacted] on this vehicle or research the car online, which many people have been doing due to it's rarity, it clearly shows the car as having a salvage title. The only thing I am at fault for is not doing so myself however I trusted the dealers word since they told me they were a trustworthy dealership. I would not have purchased this vehicle had the dealer told me this ahead of time. He is now trying to manipulate the law by talking to someone he knows within the dmv who is clearly giving him false information. The dmv website clearly states and dealer selling a vehicle that was salvaged at any point must disclose this to the buyer before the purchase is made. It does not make him exempt being a 3rd party seller. All ad's from the seller the dealer purchased the car from clearly state the car had a salvage title. I have proof. Being a dealer I'm sure they ran a [redacted] before they purchased the car which also states the car has a salvaged title. The car can't even be posted on ebay as having a clean title because they run the vin and it comes up salvaged. This guy/dealership knows they made a huge mistake and they could also loose their license if it is proven that they are in the wrong. I'm asking for $2800 back. He purchased the car for $8000. That would make it even to where he isn't loosing money and I'm getting back something seeing as how the value of the car is only half of what book value is with a salvage title on it's history. I will not settle for less and will take the matter to a judge with all of the documentation and proof I have to provide. It's up to the dealer at this point to show some sort of customer service since they haven't thus far.

Regards,

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