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Complaint: [redacted] I am rejecting this response because: There is no resolution? He can say whatever he wants about the (2001) not 2003..doesn't even know the year of the truck? Ok, anyway he didn't mention the leaking intake or his horrible customer service (look how long it took him to respond to this)What's the point of arguing back and forth? I stated what I wanted and if that's not feasible then it's just a complaintHe can bad mouth me all he wants to but fact is that the truck was in poor conditionAnd it wasn't weeks before I tried to call him, it was weeks waiting for responsesThe reason it was so cheap is because it blows smoke meaning the rings were bad around the pistonsThis was never mentioned either, of courseThe truck obviously wasn't inspected like he told me it wasJust a crook and I am probably another of his victims [redacted]

Thank you, I sold this 250,mile truck to [redacted] as is, where is, I had it listed for $5,which was a steal, he insisted on a discount because of its age and miles so I gave him a $discount to take are of any issues such a high mile truck could have, however the truck had NO know issues when it left here other than the obvious age and miles, A few weeks after he received the truck he called me and told me it had a bad coil, which is very common in Fords and they are only about $and easy to replace, So my reply was that's it, you knock me down $to take care of any issues and then you want me to send you $for a simple coil?So that was over, I thought he wasn't being fair since he had already received a $discount for such a minor issueThen about another or weeks had passed when he called me again, times, with voice mails stating he sold the truck and wanted me to send him an affidavit stating I never sold the truck to him but to the person he sold the truck to only so he wouldn't have to pay the sales tax and register the truck in his name, This is called "Jumping the Title" and is obviously illegal, So here is *** asking me repeatedly to do something dishonest, and only then when I didn't respond to his absurd request did he resort to opening this complaint...There is NO validity to this complaint what-so-ever

Complaint: [redacted]
I am rejecting this response because:
There is no resolution? He can say whatever he wants about the (2001) not 2003..doesn't even know the year of the truck? Ok, anyway he didn't mention the leaking intake or his horrible customer service (look how long it took him to respond to this). What's the point of arguing back and forth? I stated what I wanted and if that's not feasible then it's just a complaint. He can bad mouth me all he wants to but fact is that the truck was in poor condition. And it wasn't weeks before I tried to call him, it was weeks waiting for responses. The reason it was so cheap is because it blows smoke meaning the rings were bad around the pistons. This was never mentioned either, of course. The truck obviously wasn't inspected like he told me it was. Just a crook and I am probably another of his victims. 
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Thank you, I sold this 2003 250,000 mile truck to [redacted] as is, where is, I had it listed for $5,995 which was a steal, he insisted on a discount because of its age and miles so I gave him a $500 discount to take are of any...

issues such a high mile truck could have, however the truck had NO know issues when it left here other than the obvious age and miles, A few weeks after he received the truck he called me and told me it had a bad coil, which is very common in Fords and they are only about $50 and easy to replace, So my reply was that's it, you knock me down $500 to take care of any issues and then you want me to send you $50 for a simple coil?. So that was over, I thought he wasn't being fair since he had already received a $500 discount for such a minor issue. Then about another 3 or 4 weeks had passed when he called me again, 3 times, 2 with voice mails stating he sold the truck and wanted me to send him an affidavit stating I never sold the truck to him but to the person he sold the truck to only so he wouldn't have to pay the sales tax and register the truck in his name, This is called "Jumping the Title" and is obviously illegal, So here is [redacted] asking me repeatedly to do something dishonest, and only then when I didn't respond to his absurd request did he resort to opening this complaint...There is NO validity to this complaint what-so-ever.

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