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AutoCheck/Experian Experian Credit Services Call them AutoChump-Withholds undisclosed Lemon Law buybacks Internet
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It is in Experian/Autochecks advertising and revenue enhancement to have byline/links in used auto ads/auctions on Ebay. However, in the case of a recent pair of autos (Wayzata Nissan of Minnesota openly showing a convertible Inifiniti M37 which were OPENLY stated as Nissan USA buybacks for failed multiple attempts to repair-convertible top issues) AutoCheck shows no lemon law report. APparently they can side-skirt STATE dealer/manufacturer incidents even if the TITLE clearly states "registered as Nissan N.A vehicle"!!!!!, w
This is not a car I was seriously considering, but I took the time to contact Autocheck, and of course I got the secretary for Hitler/Fawn Hall approach, "We're doing what we're told"! I think the fact that they do no further looking is a serious blow to their own credibility. I urge Consumers to avoid this company as a source of validly complete data operations. Of course, they do know h*e aw to nail vonsumers on negative credit events-that's how they made their millions-but funny how they can't seem to find commonplace deleterious event wit dealers/cars, even if the dealership is making reasonable attempts at transparency!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/06/2014 05:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/AutoCheckExperian/internet/AutoCheckExperian-Experian-Credit-Services-Call-them-AutoChump-Withholds-undisclosed-Lem-1152590. 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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