- Report: #1132751
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Complaint Review: credita accpetance
credita accpetance25505 west twelve mile road southfield, Michigan USA
credit accpetance sold me a lemon car and still want me to pay for it southfield Michigan
*Consumer Comment: You seem to be confused...and wrong.
*General Comment: Re: Your problem is not with Credit Acceptance
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in october 2013, i financed a 99 mercedes benz ml430 from keorner ford. therefore, i was introduced to credit acceptance who financed my the car. in january 2014, the car broke down and i had called my AAA to come and bring the car to the dealership for repairs. since the car didnt have a warranty on it the repairs were 1200. i couldnt afford it. but credit acceptance still wants me to pay for the car that i havent had. they keep calling me telling me that it got reposessed from the dealership. i knew it was all a scam. so i mad serveral calls and credit acceptance told me that by law, they cant give me the car if its not running. so i stopped my car from going into auction. i called the auction place and to my surprise, not only is the car not running but credita acceptance sign me on a whole new deal to keep paying on this car. this was a waste of my money and i would like my money back and to get out of this deal with credit acceptance. and the dealership at keorner ford for selling me a faulty car
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/22/2014 01:01 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/credita-accpetance/southfield-Michigan-48034/credit-accpetance-sold-me-a-lemon-car-and-still-want-me-to-pay-for-it-southfield-Michigan-1132751. 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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