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Review: I am a 57yr. old disabled American, on disability, and saved for two years in order to pay cash money for a vehicle. I was sold what appeared to be a relatively nice 98 Nissan, Altima w/144,000 mi., on it and a slight dent in the bumper, for $1000.00, and the next day had to put out $102.00 for a battery because the original was no good. The 3rd day the altenator went out and because I was BROKE, Cory, the boss, replaced the altenator for $167.00 w/ the understanding that I would pay him for the work and part on the first of the Month when I recieved my disability. The very next daythe transmission went out. you can imagine my frustration!!!! We made another deal that He would replace the Transmission and I would Make payments on that PLUS the altenator. After about a week and a half and avoiding my phone calls, I went to the car lot in my wheelchair to ask why I was being avoided ad was told to get the F--K OFF HIS LOT!!!!, where I refused and He called the Police. I was told by the Police to file with B.B.B. and small claims Court. Well, here's my complaint, I go to the District Attorney's Office Monday to file Criminal "DECEPTIVE PRACTICES", AND Violation under the Persons With Disabilities Act.... Their is an Expectation of Durability on purchases over $500.00 Dollars Under the Law...Desired Settlement: REFUND MY $1000.00 AND i'LL RETURN THE VEHICLE MINUS THE BATTERY, I PAID FOR THAT!!!, I'll leave the Altenator.....

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Hello, this is [redacted]l the [redacted] bought a 1998 Nissan Altima from our dealership on 09/18/2013. He bought the vehicle As-Is for $749.24 plus T,T&L total amount came out to $1000.00 flat because that is all [redacted] could afford. We thought we were helping someone who needed to get around and in return it feels like a slap in the face. He bought a battery for the car the first couple of days he had the car. A couple of days later he came in and asked us if we could reimburse him for the battery since he stated he just bought the car. We reminded him that the vehicle was bought As-Is and we politely declined to pay for the battery. Then he asked if we could help pay for the Alternator because he said it was not the Battery but the Alternator was giving him issues. Again we informed him that the vehicle he purchased was As-Is and due to the price we sold him the car for we could not help him buy the Alternator. We told him that if he were to buy the Alternator I have my mechanic replace it free of charge. He said that he really needed the car to get around and that if we helped him buy it he would pay us back on the First of October. So we helped him with the Alternator, we bought the Alternator for him on 9/23/2013 and we had installed the same day for [redacted]. The Alternator costs $136.91(Including core) and the install was free of charge. The first of October came and went and still we had not heard from [redacted], days later he came in around the Third or Fourth of October. He told us that he did not have the money for the Alternator, because due to his fixed income he had to pay other bills. He continued telling us there is a more serious issue that the vehicles transmission, and that it was slipping and wouldn't drive anywhere anymore. He asked if we could do the same thing that we did with the Alternator. He even asked us to hold the title until he pays us off in full for the repairs. I told him that the transmission was going to cost $300 including labor; we both agreed that he would bring the full amount including the unpaid total balance of the Alternator the First of November since he is on a fixed income. [redacted] came in a couple of weeks ago around the middle of the month to look for me. I was out of the office for about a week and a half and started raising hell about not returning his phone calls. Mr. dills also stopped by on several occasions when I was out of the office and he was told that I would call him when I get back in the office. The day I returned back to work he showed up and I was willing to talk to him about his situation. I had already purchased the transmission for the vehicle and as a matter of fact it's still sitting here, but before I had a chance to explain and let him know what was going on. [redacted] Pushed open the door with force and wheeled his way in and started yelling at the top his lungs "you don't know who your (expletive) with","I'm gonna shut this (expletive) place down for thirty days","I'm gonna own this (expletive) place when I'm done". He also went to say that he was going to take us to court and\ shut us down, and put us out of business. We asked him to calm down and to return back when he calmed down and was not so upset. He went off on a rampant again told us that we took advantage of him, because he is in a wheelchair and we were stealing his money. We asked again for him to leave because he was making a scene in front of other customers I had sitting inside my office at the time. I asked to calm down and when he didn't I told him to leave my lot before I called the police. He was told that if he didn't calm down we were going to call the police to escort him off our property. He didn't want to leave, so we called the police department to remove him from our property. I had no idea how to handle this situation that got out of control. I didn't know what he was going to do or what he was capable of. So I called the cops out of fear of my employees, and customers that were here on the lot, and in my dealership at the time. The police came by and told [redacted] to go home he was still making threats about shutting us down even with the police present. The officers escorted him off the property and that leads us here today.

I am a 57yr. old disabled American, on disability, and saved for two years in order to pay cash money for a vehicle. I was sold what appeared to be a relatively nice 98 Nissan, Altima w/144,000 mi., on it and a slight dent in the bumper, for $1000.00, and the next day had to put out $102.00 for a battery because the original was no good. The 3rd day the altenator went out and because I was BROKE, Cory, the boss, replaced the altenator for $167.00 w/ the understanding that I would pay him for the work and part on the first of the Month when I recieved my disability. The very next daythe transmission went out. you can imagine my frustration!!!! We made another deal that He would replace the Transmission and I would Make payments on that PLUS the altenator. After about a week and a half and avoiding my phone calls, I went to the car lot in my wheelchair to ask why I was being avoided ad was told to get the F--K OFF HIS LOT!!!!, where I refused and He called the Police. I was told by the Police to file with B.B.B. and small claims Court. Well, here's my complaint, I go to the District Attorney's Office Monday to file Criminal "DECEPTIVE PRACTICES", AND Violation under the Persons With Disabilities Act.... Their is an Expectation of Durability on purchases over $500.00 Dollars Under the Law...

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Address: 3611 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78228-5914

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