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Complaint Review: Manufactures Auto Exchange
Manufactures Auto Exchange6417 Ladg Hammond Rd. Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
Manufactures Auto Exchange Owners Dan and Kim Taylor Scams ripoff Halifax Nova Scotia
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You then sign a contract with Well Fargo auto finance thats associated with these people. Then you wait for your registration and plate to come in and nothing but the payments are being taken out of your account.
Then you notice that the payment you agreed on and the ones being taken out are not the same it is 150.00 more a month.
You contact dealer and they cannot be found. Then you call Wells Fargo Auto Financing an advise them that this company has not provided you with registration & plate and they just say to bad you have to pay us for the vehicle anyway.
Found out that there are about 25 other people that have been scam by these two companies. Wells Fargo just as much to blame as they should have not associated them self.
Now Well Fargo is calling all the time for there payment, I advised them that I will not be paying for a truck that is not mine and advised them to come an pick up truck.
My brother is 60 year old has never had a bad mark on his name now he does'nt owe the truck and can probably never borrow agin to purchase another.
grand barachois, NorthWest Territories
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/11/2007 05:48 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Manufactures-Auto-Exchange/Halifax-Nova-Scotia-B3K-2S4/Manufactures-Auto-Exchange-Owners-Dan-and-Kim-Taylor-Scams-ripoff-Halifax-Nova-Scotia-266757. 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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