Well after reading most of these reports my, experiance hasnt really been
As others have described, the financial side i have been left pretty much alone and have even gone as far as up too three weeks late ,due to an injury i sustained .
My issue is with the vehicle itself a 2000 dodge caravan se/sport now initally they showed me a autochex report which showed very little about the van , and i wasnt able to afford a car fax for about a week and once i purchased one i realized what i got myself into, the van has a paper trail a mile long from the time it was first purchased with milages it came from mass and was inspected every tear and was owned by the same person.
Now in 2004 carfax reported a accident that i brought to the dealerships attention and was blown off like well ours didnt show that so tough basically ... Which conviently mass dot cant go back that far to get me a police report to prove damages , but damage must exceed 1500 before a police report is filed (hence the carfax report) i independantly had the van inspected by a location that i will not disclose , and they discovered that the front end plastic is being held up by machine screws.
The engine cradle had been replaced and things dont match up to the van, which doesnt suprise me,
Now i need to correct people (im not defending them but the info is wrong) i work for a parts chain that supplys parts to shops , they dont install used parts only , that in essence is illegal by MN law unless supplied by the customer,( shops are brakes plus, allstar service center, midas , kenwood muffler and brake ) and the later shop i know the owner personally and he has. No incentive to lie to me , they pay slow which is why cars stack up there if u find something while test driving they fix it ,or they dump the car .
Im not impressed with this company and i posted on craigslist as well and what do u know "FLAGGED" gee wonder who did that well maybe they wont be able to delete this and some one else will open up and we can shut them down before they can ruin more lives