- Report: #937311
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Complaint Review: HJ Smith Automobiles
HJ Smith Automobiles103 West Hurst Blvd Hurst, Texas United States of America
HJ Smith Automobiles Jerry Smith (owner) 1997 White Honda Accord for three times the Kelly Blue Book value and then the car broke down and Jerry Smith (owner) wont take the car back or pay to get it for its towing or release from storgage Hurst, Texas
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Now after the fact it has become apparent that Jerry Smith, the owner of HJ Smith Automobiles in Hurst, Texas is doing this repeatedly to his own customers. So when the vehicles break down he takes the vehicles back, pockets all of the money he already was paid (however many payments the customer already made) and then briefly fixes the cars to the point that they will temporarily run long enough to sell the vehicle to another customer at an outrageous price. It appears this is how he is making his money and doing this repeatedly. When he was called by a tow company informing him that this 1997 White Honda Accord had broken down and now was not running, Mr. Jerry Smith was not at all surprised. In fact, his reaction could be explained as the opposite of surprised, more like, yeah he figured as much.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/05/2012 06:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/HJ-Smith-Automobiles/Hurst-Texas-76053/HJ-Smith-Automobiles-Jerry-Smith-owner-1997-White-Honda-Accord-for-three-times-the-Kell-937311. 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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