- Report: #1172223
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Complaint Review: Gibson Truck World
Gibson Truck World, Select State/Province USA
Gibson Truck World Deceptive practices Sanford/Orlando florida
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I went to look for a truck... I found one i was pressured to get it... i was taken to show all the work that was done on their trucks...(A sales Tatic) I was given brochures of all the good things they offer but when i got to closing i was told oh by the way everything that i said came with a not exactly... They ran my report thru 6 credit bureaus to get approved ( you know the ones that if you keep trying then we would get you approved at your cost) yes it caused my score to drop atleast 30 points. They promised things and once i tried to ask for help i was told (oh look at your contract you signed) yes, but i just brought the vehicle where are their morals and values (oh they dont have any this is just Business... They are very sneaky they have to have dirty tatics to sell their trucks READ YOUR CONTRACT BEFORE YOUR SIGN. and make sure what you sign you take full responsibility even if the engin motor brakes or what ever else go out be ready to repair your self. So if you dont care then Go To Gibson World.... Not your World.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/25/2014 02:16 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gibson-Truck-World/Select-StateProvince/Gibson-Truck-World-Deceptive-practices-SanfordOrlando-florida-1172223. 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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