• Report: #627069

Complaint Review: Jim Glover Chevorlet

  • Submitted: Wed, July 28, 2010
  • Updated: Thu, July 29, 2010

  • Reported By: Lovett — tulsa Oklahoma U.S.A.
Jim Glover Chevorlet
I44 and memorial tulsa, Oklahoma United States of America

Jim Glover Chevorlet "Dad will do it" they will screw anyone for a sale. tulsa, Oklahoma

*Consumer Comment: Suggestion

*Author of original report: thanx you

*Consumer Comment: Advise

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My Grandmother who is 90 yrs old, whose had broke down on the side of the road. a salesman picked her up and instead of calling someone in the family to come get her, he decides to sell her a car. A 2009 chevy aveo used for $ 16000.00 that had 30000 miles on it already plus she didn't even get to test drive the car. He just started the paper work and also made her put down a payment for all of this other crap totaling about 3000.00 .  When i found out my husband and i tried to take the car back and they would not accept saying she was very aware of what she was doing and since we were not her guardins, they was nothing we could do. They tried to make her pay additional money for tire iron and the manuel to the car which both of those come with the car. I raised hell and the piece of crap saleman just ran with his tail between his legs and hid. They did give us the tire iron and manuel for free but there should be some sort of law stating they can't sell any kind of car  to no one over a certain age limit. plus they only gave her trade in for her car of $1.00 . I just saw a commerical on the TV saying i could of got her a brand new car under $ 10,000.00. Thats just crap for what they did to this eldery woman. ALL TO MAKE A BUCK/SALE . Everone i tell this story to will not go there because of this.

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#1 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Cory - (U.S.A.)

Try contacting either the local district attorney's office or your state's attorney general's office. As the previous one posted, many states have laws aganist abuse of the elderly. There was a curtain place here in town, arrow, that charged some women, like $50,000 to replace TEN curtains. The local district attorney went after them and they were fined $100,000 for each violation. They'd been doing it for years to the elderly. The car dealer will find it's not worth all the hassle he's gonna get in bad publicity and having the law breathing down his neck. Contact whichever local agency deals with elderly affairs, TV and newspapers. They love stories like this. Good luck.
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#2 Author of original report

thanx you

AUTHOR: Lovett - (USA)

We are in the process of getting guardianship over her but she did get confused during the sale, just like anyone would. She is very compendent as far as driving, paying bills, easy stuff like that. She still drives and takes the driving test/course for road rage, or something like that. I just think there needs to be a law, only because if someone who has a disability but they don't show it. They will still try to sell them a car cause no one is gonna say i also have a guardian over me. I don't think its right but thats fine, she got a crappy car out of it with rust spots so if something happens to her, let the finance company come get it. cause they won't even get what the car is worth and im just gonna sit back and laugh.
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#3 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

As long as she is considered competent they are right. They are really under no obligation to allow her to return the car.

You may want to look into the "Elder Abuse" laws in your State. Most of the time they do cover "financial" issues not just "Physical or Mental Abuse". Since that is a criminal offense just mentioning this to them may make them a little more willing to "unwind" the deal. Your saving grace in this and what may be the biggest factor is the fact that they took her trade and gave her $1.00 for it. Even a 30 year old car with no doors, windows, or seats would have a trade in value of more than that.

 but there should be some sort of law stating they can't sell any kind of car to no one over a certain age limit

There is no "law" that needs to be put into place, but perhaps some common sense. This event is going to force you to think about some things you probably don't want to think about. If you claim she was not competent enough to purchase a car because of her age, is she competent enough to drive? If she was not competent enough to understand the deal, perhaps she really does need a Guardian to watch over her?

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