• Report: #144430

Complaint Review: On Q Auto Management/David Pensky/Shane Quigley

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  • Submitted: Mon, May 30, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, May 30, 2005

  • Reported By:scottsdale Arizona
On Q Auto Management/David Pensky/Shane Quigley
2655 W. Guadalupe Rd Mesa, Arizona U.S.A.

On Q Auto Management, onqauto.com Dave Pensky & Shane Quigley On Q Auto Management, David Pensky, Shane Quigley the owners & employees drove my car around town & got it into accident, driver was driving with a suspended license Mesa Arizona

*Consumer Suggestion: How to make a profit off of this

*Consumer Suggestion: How to make a profit off of this

*Consumer Suggestion: How to make a profit off of this

*Consumer Suggestion: How to make a profit off of this

*Consumer Suggestion: Michael read this, .. ..California know how to kick ass, Arizona authorities have no backbone. ..DMV and CHP Investigators has uncovered an illegal motor vehicle subleasing operation by Independent Dream Auto (IDA), a Sacramento-based dealership.

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On Q Auto used my vehicle as their own personal company car. Racked up over 1,250 miles in a 4 week period while auto was to sit on their car lot for the purpose of showing it to perspective buyers. Then, got my vehicle in an accident (over $9000 in repairs), and tried to hide it.

Only way I found out was a phone call from the other drivers insurance company. Turned out that the girl (a girlfriend of one of the employees) who was driving it when the accident occurred, and was driving it with a suspended license and due to this fact and other facts, the other drivers insurance company will only pay for 80% of the damages to my car!

On Q Auto not only expects me to pay the 20% balance to repair my car but doesn't feel that they did anything wrong, continues to lie to me about the entire situation and doesn't feel that they owe me a penny!!! Watch out for this company!!!! They are scandalous! They put people together who are selling their car and people looking to buy or lease a car who have bad credit and use these people up! If anyone else has had any dealings with this company or a similar company please post a ripoff report here and share your story with us all. I haven't even begun to get my revenge on them!

Michael
Phoenix, Arizona
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/30/2005 03:29 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/On-Q-Auto-ManagementDavid-PenskyShane-Quigley/Mesa-Arizona-85202/On-Q-Auto-Management-onqautocom-Dave-Pensky-Shane-Quigley-On-Q-Auto-Management-David-144430. 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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#1 Consumer Suggestion

How to make a profit off of this

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

Get a copy of the police report from the accident. This will name the driver of your car and give her address.

File one lawsuit against her (only) in the Justice Court precinct either where the accident happened or where she lives. Sue for the amount of all damage that occurred, not just the balance the insurance did not pay. She was using your car without your knowledge or permission and is responsible for all damage that occurred, regardless of anyone else's liability.

File a second lawsuit against On Q Auto Management in the precinct where they are located for the same amount. They breached their contract with you by loaning your car to one of their friends instead of offering it for sale as agreed upon.

Since it sounds like the other driver was at fault, file a third lawsuit against him/her for the balance that his/her insurance did not pay.

It is not a defense that your damages were paid by someone else's insurance. Hopefully all of these parties reside in different Justice Court precincts as the judge may not wish to allow you to collect from three different parties even though it is legal.

You can file a lawsuit in Justice Court and go to trial without an attorney. It's been awhile since I have filed one myself, but it used to run under $100 per lawsuit to file it and have the summons served.

If On Q Auto Management is a licensed auto dealer, you can file a claim against their bond with MVD. If they are not licensed, start filing complaints.

Don't let them get away with it.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

How to make a profit off of this

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

Get a copy of the police report from the accident. This will name the driver of your car and give her address.

File one lawsuit against her (only) in the Justice Court precinct either where the accident happened or where she lives. Sue for the amount of all damage that occurred, not just the balance the insurance did not pay. She was using your car without your knowledge or permission and is responsible for all damage that occurred, regardless of anyone else's liability.

File a second lawsuit against On Q Auto Management in the precinct where they are located for the same amount. They breached their contract with you by loaning your car to one of their friends instead of offering it for sale as agreed upon.

Since it sounds like the other driver was at fault, file a third lawsuit against him/her for the balance that his/her insurance did not pay.

It is not a defense that your damages were paid by someone else's insurance. Hopefully all of these parties reside in different Justice Court precincts as the judge may not wish to allow you to collect from three different parties even though it is legal.

You can file a lawsuit in Justice Court and go to trial without an attorney. It's been awhile since I have filed one myself, but it used to run under $100 per lawsuit to file it and have the summons served.

If On Q Auto Management is a licensed auto dealer, you can file a claim against their bond with MVD. If they are not licensed, start filing complaints.

Don't let them get away with it.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

How to make a profit off of this

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

Get a copy of the police report from the accident. This will name the driver of your car and give her address.

File one lawsuit against her (only) in the Justice Court precinct either where the accident happened or where she lives. Sue for the amount of all damage that occurred, not just the balance the insurance did not pay. She was using your car without your knowledge or permission and is responsible for all damage that occurred, regardless of anyone else's liability.

File a second lawsuit against On Q Auto Management in the precinct where they are located for the same amount. They breached their contract with you by loaning your car to one of their friends instead of offering it for sale as agreed upon.

Since it sounds like the other driver was at fault, file a third lawsuit against him/her for the balance that his/her insurance did not pay.

It is not a defense that your damages were paid by someone else's insurance. Hopefully all of these parties reside in different Justice Court precincts as the judge may not wish to allow you to collect from three different parties even though it is legal.

You can file a lawsuit in Justice Court and go to trial without an attorney. It's been awhile since I have filed one myself, but it used to run under $100 per lawsuit to file it and have the summons served.

If On Q Auto Management is a licensed auto dealer, you can file a claim against their bond with MVD. If they are not licensed, start filing complaints.

Don't let them get away with it.
Respond to this report!
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

How to make a profit off of this

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

Get a copy of the police report from the accident. This will name the driver of your car and give her address.

File one lawsuit against her (only) in the Justice Court precinct either where the accident happened or where she lives. Sue for the amount of all damage that occurred, not just the balance the insurance did not pay. She was using your car without your knowledge or permission and is responsible for all damage that occurred, regardless of anyone else's liability.

File a second lawsuit against On Q Auto Management in the precinct where they are located for the same amount. They breached their contract with you by loaning your car to one of their friends instead of offering it for sale as agreed upon.

Since it sounds like the other driver was at fault, file a third lawsuit against him/her for the balance that his/her insurance did not pay.

It is not a defense that your damages were paid by someone else's insurance. Hopefully all of these parties reside in different Justice Court precincts as the judge may not wish to allow you to collect from three different parties even though it is legal.

You can file a lawsuit in Justice Court and go to trial without an attorney. It's been awhile since I have filed one myself, but it used to run under $100 per lawsuit to file it and have the summons served.

If On Q Auto Management is a licensed auto dealer, you can file a claim against their bond with MVD. If they are not licensed, start filing complaints.

Don't let them get away with it.
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Airzona does not care what so-called auto businesses do to az tax payers. Nor does the local media. TV stations, Newspapers and talk radio stations will never expose scams and scammers in the auto industry because they love the big advertising money they all get from car dealers.

California will kick ass. Our attorney General's office has no idea what a scam looks like in the auto industry because they never go after car dealers.

Read this Bryan.

SACRAMENTO - A joint investigation by DMV and CHP Investigators has uncovered an illegal motor vehicle subleasing operation by Independent Dream Auto (IDA), a Sacramento-based dealership. Independent Dream Auto advertised a subleasing service extensively in print and radio in Northern California.

Investigators arrested the principal operator of IDA--26-year old Stephan James Evanovich yesterday, and booked him in the Placer County Jail. Bail was set at $125,000. He was charged with eight counts of 571 PC -unlawful subleasing of a vehicle-- and four counts of embezzlement.
(504 PC)

Investigators say the subleasing service was offered to vehicle owners who had negative equity in their cars. IDA would find new purchasers for the vehicles, collect a down payment between $1,000 to $7,000, and then charge monthly payments that exceeded the original registered owner's payments.

Under the agreements, IDA collected the amount of the monthly payments from the new purchasers and was supposed to either hand the money over to the lien holder (financial institution) or forward the money to the registered owners so they could make the payment themselves.

Although IDA generated official looking contracts and paperwork, no title was ever officially transferred through DMV. As is the case with many of these types of schemes, the operator of IDA stopped making payments to the lien holders or registered owners of the vehicles but continued to collect the payments from the new lessees (or "permissive users" as they are known,) which then makes the vehicles embezzled property under California law.

Further information has been developed that the operator of IDA employed "collectors" who would enforce late payment issues and/or repossess the vehicles so they could be subleased to new "permissive users" under similar terms (down payments and high monthly payments).

Investigators have so far identified eight victims, but it is anticipated that the total number of persons who might have been scammed could range into the hundreds. It is also highly probable that other illegal sub-leasing businesses will be identified statewide in the near future as victims come forward during the investigation.

The DMV and CHP urge any person who thinks they might have been victimized by IDA or a similar vehicle subleasing business to call 1 800 TELL CHP or to contact their nearest DMV Investigations Office; for a complete list of DMV Investigations Offices, and a copy of a DMV complaint form (INV172A), visit the DMV web page at: www.dmv.ca.gov.

It's a shame we tax payers can't get this state's employees to get off of their over paid butts and work for us AZ tax payers. The state wants big money out of each and every pay check you take home. How do we get the state to go after scammers? How do we get them to DO THEIR JOBS?
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