- Report: #960407
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Complaint Review: Texas Auto Liquidators LLC
Texas Auto Liquidators LLC7445 US Hwy 287 arlington, Texas United States of America
Texas Auto Liquidators LLC Micheal and Justin Sold a truck with major motor problems ( to my 18 year old son, with new family). He trired to take bavk 2 days later!! Too Bad!! arlington, Texas
*Consumer Comment: Mad Mom, where you there when he purchased the vehicle?
*Consumer Comment: And The Lessons Are...
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The second day after he got it, he took it to the Ford house, for oil change, since he wasn't sure when it needed one. They immediately told him to take it back. It has big problems and will be expensive to fix.
Well, how can he pay a lot more money on this new to him truck?
So , he went right back there. Two days later and they couldn't do anything to help him.
Being a business owner myself, I cannot believe these people won't stand behind their product for 2 days. This young man just starting out, is learning a really hard lesson ( for the next 3 years).
It's really sad to me , that people earn a living this way. I am trusting of people and troubles me to know that my children have not grown up in that kind of world.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/26/2012 08:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Texas-Auto-Liquidators-LLC/arlington-Texas-76001/Texas-Auto-Liquidators-LLC-Micheal-and-Justin-Sold-a-truck-with-major-motor-problems-to-960407. 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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