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Complaint Review: Big Daddy Auto Sales
Big Daddy Auto Sales1268 Pittsburgh Rd, Uniontown, Pennsylvania USA
Big Daddy Auto Sales He sold me a vehicle that blew up and promised he would get me another and it's been over 2 months and all he does is ignore me. Uniontown Pennsylvania
*Author of original report: Be Better
*Author of original report: Payments
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Hello. I just needed to tell you about my experience and hope that you can help me or maybe even others. I bought a used 2000 Nissan X Terra on 09/21/13. The list price on the windshield Said $2550. On my paperwork he wrote $3000. I asked why and he said so he can make his money. I was confused but whatever. He doesn't charge you any finance charges because he just raises the price of the car. He wanted $900 down, but all I had on me was $700. He took that and told me to bring up the other $200 in a couple weeks. He doesn't even require you to have full coverage insurance. Now that's odd. Anyway, I went down the road and did the title transfer and was on my way home. It seemed to be a good running car. My first payment was due 10/15/13. I messaged him on Facebook a week before and ask him how late I could be because I wouldn't get paid till the following weekend. Of course he didn't answer me back. Very rarely can you get that man to answer you back. On 10/20/13, 5 days after my due date they took my car. Never messaged me, never called me. Nothing! He said in order for me to get it back I had to pay Oct. and Nov. car payments $300, the $200 I still owed him from the down payment, and $200 for the repo. That's $700 I had to come up with again. The car sat there until 11/01/13. I paid the $700 and away I went. I kept messaging him because the car wasn't running right since I picked it up. It was fine before they took it. On 11/02 the very next day. I took my friend to Presby. On the way back on the turnpike between the Monroeville exit and Irwin, the car just blew white smoke everywhere. I lost all control and drifted to the side of the road. I sat there in the dark and freezing temps with a dead cell phone for 5 hours. Finally a tow truck came. That was another $85 I had to pay. That was for just taking me to sheetz in Irwin. After a week or so he told me the motor blew up and he acted like it was my fault. So I have been without a car since 11/01/13. He has done nothing but mess around with me, telling me he would get me a car and he never douse. 3 days ago he told me he had a Ford Escape he could get me but he is waiting on the title. It was on there website last night as being sold. I need a car BAD. I've been dealing with this idiot for almost 4 months and I only had a car for a little over a month but he has $1700 of mine. What do I do. His Website........ https://www.facebook.com/BigDaddyAutoSales?ref=br_tf Here is a pic of the X Terra that I loved, but it blew up and also a pic of the Ford Escape he said he was going to sell me, but that didn't happen. Here's to hoping there is something you can do about this guy. For me and others. Scary thing is he is either moving or opening another lot in Jeannette. Thanks Jeff Hernley (((redacted)))
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/15/2014 06:04 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Big-Daddy-Auto-Sales/Uniontown-Pennsylvania-15401/Big-Daddy-Auto-Sales-He-sold-me-a-vehicle-that-blew-up-and-promised-he-would-get-me-anoth-1115865. 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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