- Report: #29642
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Complaint Review: Ford Motor Credit
Ford Motor Creditwww.fordmotorcredit.com Colorado Springs, Colorado U.S.A.
Ford Motor Credit Ripped off a dead woman Colorado Springs Colorado
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Ford Motor Credit did not sell your mother-in-law the vehicle or credit life insurance, they LOANED MONEY.
*Consumer Suggestion: Ford didn't do anything wrong
*Consumer Suggestion: Time for The Great Thorn to reply to this Rip off report. I will fax this report to many
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The company stated they had proof that she knew that she was going to have a stroke and she knew she was going to die from it!! How and when did the Ford motor company get to be doctors or when did they get to be GOD,
I will for one never forget and I will never ever buy a ford or any of there products or anything they have like nissan orsaturn or something they contract to by till they make this write.
The owner of Ford probally dosen't even care but they make millions, and yet for one car they take it back the only thing she left my wife..
I will never frogive Ford.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/10/2002 01:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ford-Motor-Credit/Colorado-Springs-Colorado/Ford-Motor-Credit-Ripped-off-a-dead-woman-Colorado-Springs-Colorado-29642. 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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