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Complaint Review: A Star Auto & Truck Sales Venice Florida
A Star Auto & Truck Sales Venice Florida314 Warfield Avenue Venice, Florida USA
A Star Auto & Truck Sales Venice Florida A Star Auto Motor Vehicle Sales Fraud Venice Florida
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A Star Auto located 314 Warfield Avenue Venice Sarasota has been selling cars and is unable to provide the title to the customers. The most recent customer Dwayne Barnett purchased a SUV on December 31, 2012. I have been making biweekly payments of $150 since the purchase date. I however made a final payment of $750 on August 9 2013 and I am yet to receive the title. I visited the owner Michael Harrington on several occasions only to receive the run around, several calls were made to the business which still have not been returned. I finally took on the initiative and visited the local DMV and was told that there was a lien on the vehicle that I paid for and the lien holder was not Mr. Harrington but actually a company by the name of Select Automotive Management located in Sarasota Florida. When the lien holder was contacted they revealed that they have a pending law suit with A Star Auto because they owe them $75,000.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/20/2013 06:01 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/A-Star-Auto-Truck-Sales-Venice-Florida/Venice-Florida-34285/A-Star-Auto-Truck-Sales-Venice-Florida-A-Star-Auto-Motor-Vehicle-Sales-Fraud-Venice-Flo-1085968. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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