- Report: #935215
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Complaint Review: Silver Star Mercedes Benz, Long Island City, NY
Silver Star Mercedes Benz, Long Island City, NY36-11 Northern Blvd. Long Island City, New York United States of America
Silver Star Mercedes Benz, Long Island City, NY THE WORST DEALERSHIP EVER. DONT BUY A CAR FROM THEM. Long Island City, New York
I highly recommend Mercedes of Massapequa, where I leased my new vehicle. They are own by a public company, who runs an MB dealer like a dealership should be run. They treat you like an MB client.
Michael Cohen, who owns Silver Star is a lousy businessman.
Nothwithstanding issues I had with them 3 years ago......I leave them a $1000 deposit for a new car. They make me miss my wife's birthday, but stringing me along for a week and tell me 2 days before her birthday, that they cant get the car! I ask them to refund my $1000 deposit and bought a car from another dealer. The other dealer was also less expensive than Silver Star.
A week later, they still have not refunded my AMEX and say they will when they get around to it. I disputed the charge and called the MB NorthEast region to complain.
If you want headaches and to be treated like garbage...buy a car from Silver Star. If you want to be treated like an MB client...GO ELSEWHERE.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/31/2012 06:58 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Silver-Star-Mercedes-Benz-Long-Island-City-NY/Long-Island-City-New-York-11101/Silver-Star-Mercedes-Benz-Long-Island-City-NY-THE-WORST-DEALERSHIP-EVER-DONT-BUY-A-CAR-935215. 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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