- Report: #1098090
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Complaint Review: No Limit Auto Sales
No Limit Auto Sales607 S. General McMullen san antonio, Texas USA
No Limit Auto Sales rip off, scam artist, car sales san antonio Texas
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I was scammed by a guy named Ronnie Hernandez who sold me a car, Mazda 626, that was located at Hernandez towing over at 607 S. General McMullen. I was told by the seller that the car I was purchasing was a good running car and it seemed OK after an initial test drive. The transmission gave out a couple of days later. The car is a lemon. In my conversation with the seller, it became obvious that he knew beforehand that the car had a problem with the transmission, but wanted to scam someone and refused to disclose that issue As he told me over the phone, "there's nothing you can do about it...go ahead and sue me!" He uses the number 210-505-6508.
Beware. This guy is not a legitimate car dealer as he jumped the title as well. If you see any craigslist or other listings that are offering to sell cars from 607 S. General McMullen or from Ronnie Hernandez using the number I just listed, avoid at all costs. This p***k also uses the number 2103090066. According to this guy's youtube page, he's also behind a business called No Limit auto detailing in san antonio. He also advertises a pop a lock service on craigslist. This a**hole is a scam artist and will rip you off. Beware!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/09/2013 04:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/No-Limit-Auto-Sales/san-antonio-Texas/No-Limit-Auto-Sales-rip-off-scam-artist-car-sales-san-antonio-Texas-1098090. 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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