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Complaint Review: Ethan Harvey
Ethan Harvey535 Mohawk Drive Lancaster, Ohio USA
Ethan Harvey Ethan is a scam artist who sold me a lemon truck with blown engine and many other problems. Lied to my face saying that truck has new motor. He sells lemon cars in Lancaster Lancaster Ohio
*Author of original report: on the test drive the truck was fine
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Ethan Harvey is a piece of work who is a scam artist selling lemon cars to people in Lancaster with his Boss. On January 4th of 2013 he sold me 95 Tahoe. I found this low life on craiglist and spent all my savings I had for his lemon truck. He lied to my face saying that the truck had new engine and had no problems besides the turn signal. The truck was a lemon. What this a*****e dealer did was him and his piece of s**t workers at his dealership put some of kind of liquid in the engine to keep it running so that they can sell it to me. The engine was a little bit dirty because it was winter time and was muddy and snowing so I did not notice that the engine was not new. After I bought the truck I had to replace, fuel pump, gas tank, motor, brakes, do a tune up, tires, pretty much the whole truck. This piece of crap scammer Ethan Harvey sells lemons to poor people and thats how he makes his living. He is a liar. I have spent already $7000 fixing this lemon truck.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/01/2013 09:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ethan-Harvey/Lancaster-Ohio-43130/Ethan-Harvey-Ethan-is-a-scam-artist-who-sold-me-a-lemon-truck-with-blown-engine-and-many-1088788. 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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