- Report: #470202
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Complaint Review: JK Chevrolet
JK Chevrolet1451 Hwy 69 Nederland, Texas U.S.A.
JK Chevrolet Van was involved in fire, never heard from their insurance company, never received certified letter. Leinholder, Americredit, repossed vehicle due to storage fees accrued by JK Chevrolet that we never knew about, we thought they were repairing vehicle, and have full coverage insurance with Farm Bureau. Trying to sweep under the rug, someone please help! Illegal storage fees, and repossesion. Nederland Texas
*UPDATE Employee: Abandoned vehicle
*UPDATE Employee: Just Curious
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Jk Chevrolet is trying to sweep under the rug, someone please help! Illegal storage fees, and repossesion. Don't understand why between our insurance and JK Chevrolet's insurance we ended up getting a repo and we kept paying payments all this time never fell behind. All we wanted was for the van to be checked out completely to insure the safety of our family and church members. Now we are facing a repossesion on our credit and 8 months of non use of something we are paying for. All this after buying a 2008 HHR no lein what gratitude, HUH!
Carlos and eva
port arthur, Texas
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/16/2009 12:01 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/JK-Chevrolet/Nederland-Texas-77627/JK-Chevrolet-Van-was-involved-in-fire-never-heard-from-their-insurance-company-never-rec-470202. 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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