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Complaint Review: Bill Heard At Town Center
Bill Heard At Town CenterTom Abernathy Kennesaw, Georgia U.S.A.
Bill Heard At Town Center AKA Tom Abernathy Sold us a 2003 Olds. Alero that is worth at the time 11,500 for 19,000. Now worth 6,000 and owe 17,400. Kennesaw Georgia
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We then went back into the office to do the paper work. Meanwhile I kept asking how much the car is and Tom kept saying that "he didn't know that we had to figure out some stuff first". So, we were waiting and Tom was telling us some of the great things about the car, 1. Olds. is going out of business so the car will go up in value (one of the reasons we could get this car it didnt loose value) 2. We would be able to come back in one year to trade. All Lies. Come to find out the car was only at the time worth about 9,000.00 he sold it to us at 19,000.00. So your thinking that some of the extra amount is from the ranger NO we only owed 9800.00 on the ranger and the gave us 10,000.00 for it.
On 1-6-2005 we went back to get a bigger car because we had a baby car is to small. We then found out the the car was only worth 6,000.00 we still owe 17,400.00 Tom said "who new that olds. was going out of business." We are stuck in this car for as long it takes us to pay it off. What to do with our baby. THANKS BILL HEARD.
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