- Report: #650668
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Complaint Review: One Stop Motors
One Stop Motors2950 South Rancho, Suite 200 Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
One Stop Motors Deceptive Advertising Las Vegas, Nevada
*Author of original report: Contacted Customer Service
*UPDATE Employee: OSM 123
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I listed my car on Craig's List and almost immediately was called by One Stop Motors. They told me how they could get more for my car than what I was advertising it for. This man's name was Joe Finateri (not sure of the spelling). I called back within two hours and asked to cancel my contract. A person named Michael informed me that this was not an option. He also informed me that they had me recorded accepting the offer. I knew then that I had been scammed. No reputable company would do this to a customer. I tried to dispute this charge on my Edward Jones Mastercard and they said I couldn't. They must endorse scams.
They have put a cheap classified ad on Ebay. If you put the model of my car in the search bar it doesn't even come up.
If you are considering One Stop Motors to sell your car please don't. It is one of the biggest rip offs on the net, and your credit card company will not do anything to stop it.
I wonder if they have ever sold anyone's car.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/13/2010 07:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/One-Stop-Motors/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89102/One-Stop-Motors-Deceptive-Advertising-Las-Vegas-Nevada-650668. 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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