American Truck Group, or whatever? as they change their name to protect the guilty is a truly the devil personified. Unlike angry people, I choose not to be personal, rather look at it from a business perspective. Their program is by design great, but in reality terrible. Their execution of a well laid out program is flawed, which speaks to the concept of "bait & switch". Their products, tricks (opps), I mean trucks are sub par, and the willingness to stand behind what they present & say is non-existent. Ultimately is doesn't make sense to believe in false promises, although desperate people do desperate things. The lure of no credit cks is too good to be true, and as the addage goes "if it sounds too good to be true...". I have been in the trucking business for 7 years, and over leveraged myself in real estate, thus the need for an American Truck Group; however, I never thought they would prey on the weak. This is the lowest kind of person/business, and sure there are probably those that would refute what I am writing, just as there are those that win the lottery-most don't! I am disappointed in Mississippi having done little to nothing to stop Satan, but I vow to. I am constructing a team of investigators, a website,and earmarking one of my truck's revenue to fund this project of gathering accurate, objective scenarios from those taken advantage of and present it on a federal level. Enough of this nonsense. My goal is not financial, as I have OTR trucks running daily, rather to create a fund followed by an alliance with a reputable co. that can extend decent equipment to those challenged. Hey Mo, Gary, Alberto, Eric, et.al., I see through your shroud of goodness (testimonials, press releases,etc.) and I will be unrelenting in my quest to stop your evil, hypocritical ways-you truly sicken me! I humbly write"justice will be served".