- Report: #1115042
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Complaint Review: Clay Cooley
Clay Cooley8900 Camp Bowie West fort worth, Texas USA
Clay Cooley allowed a mother of three to sign a loan for an unsafe car. fort worth Texas
*Consumer Suggestion: You're in Texas Honey, Texans Give Companies the "RIGHT" to RIP PEOPLE OFF
*General Comment: Here is a quick fact to remember before you Blame the Car Lot
*Consumer Comment: It's unlikely your used car is covered under the Texas Lemon Laws, Here's an excerpt of the law..
*Consumer Comment: So They Knew In Advance???
*Consumer Comment: Bring someone that knows how to buy a vehicle with you
*Author of original report: yes they ripped me off
*Consumer Comment: No ripoff here
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After searching for a reliable vehicle for what seemed like an eternity, I stopped by clay cooley on camp bowie. They knew the minute I stepped out of the car that they had a sucker. I explained my wants, needs and concerns to the salesman who claimed that the company was a trustworthy place to do business with. What a lie!
I have three small children and am currently pregnant and I fear putting my kids in that death trap I was convinced was safe. By a divine miracle, factory recall, I found out just how deadly unsafe this car is. Every and I do mean every safety sensor is malfunctioning on this car! From the tire speed monitoring system to the braking system and every one in between.
I was furious and curious so I asked the Hyundai certified mechanic, who was doing the factory recall, if this is normal and if it happens in a short period of time? (Feb to Oct is the length of time I had the car before the recall). In his professional opinion, no that was not normal nor was it something that could happen in a short period of time.
Not only are all the safety sensors indicating dangerous malfunctioning of ALL safety systems, but the car itself is falling apart...two door handles came off in my hand and you can clearly see where they had been previously glued back on before I purchased that car. I am in utter shock that these "men" would knowingly allow a vehicle to be sold in such unsafe conditions.
This vehicle is way over priced as well. I have spoken to the corp office and they want to try to get me into another car. My payments will go up. But I do not feel as though I can trust clay cooley with the lives of my innocent children and myself.
They have also illegally taken money from my account without my permission be it written or verbal. Not a company I would recommend or have recommended. All I want at this point, is every bit of money I have given as down payment and monthly payments so that I can go somewhere else to find a safer more trustworthy place to do business with, so I can have a safer vehicle for my family.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/13/2014 12:12 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Clay-Cooley/fort-worth-Texas-76116/Clay-Cooley-allowed-a-mother-of-three-to-sign-a-loan-for-an-unsafe-car-fort-worth-Texas-1115042. 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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