- Report: #1061398
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Complaint Review: Route 44 Toyota
Route 44 Toyotanew state highway raynham , Massachusetts USA
Route 44 Toyota Route 44 Toyota: LOST to a LEMON! raynham Massachusetts
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Attorney Viera and Route 44 Toyota have an obsession with THREATS.
Early in this Folly, Attorney Viera threatened to charge STORAGE of $25 PER DAY for MY LEMON that was left on the property of Route 44 Toyota. [That's when I refused to jeopardize the safety of others because my BRAND NEW TOYOTA had NO BRAKES.]
Attorney Viera [otherwise known as Dilly, Dally Dan] was pretty full of himself, his threats and his arrogant behavior in court this week.
That Darn LEMON!
How does it feel to lose to a LEMON?
This week's court activities were Tim & Denise Bruno's resistance to be 'deposed' - to have their depositions taken and to
testify about their VIOLATION of a FEDERAL LAW.... and maybe even address why they convinced themselves that had the right to VIOLATE the FCRA [Fair Credit Reporting Act].
Sometimes ARROGANCE knows no bounds and believes itself exempt from the law.
[Tim Bruno, as General Manager of Route 44 Toyota, apparently signed the Agreement with Credco, the reporting service and wrote a letter
indicating that he had complied with the law. NOPE! He didn't!]
The judge determined the LEMON LADY had a right to depose Tim Bruno and Denise Bruno.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/23/2013 06:12 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Route-44-Toyota/raynham-Massachusetts/Route-44-Toyota-Route-44-Toyota-LOST-to-a-LEMON-raynham-Massachusetts-1061398. 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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