- Report: #1070943
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Complaint Review: Fred Martin Superstore
Fred Martin Superstore3195 Barber Rd Norton, Ohio USA
Fred Martin Superstore Bait and Switch Norton Ohio
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My daughter was advised she qualified for a 7K-8K loan for a used car at the Barberton store. When I found a car at their Arlington store that I felt was better deal for the price and quality. She was advised she would not qualify for this car even though the price was in the approved loan range. Even after several emails back and forth to the customer service I was advised they would look at it. I then received a call from the salesman (Eric). After talking to him for ten minutes I realized this was a bunch of BS about how the banks wouldn't approve this car since there wasn't retail value in it. Sorry I didn't fall off the truck yesterday. It is a Toyota that is according to them in excellent shape. Toyotas hold their value much better than the majority of other car manufactures.... I would venture to assume this is because they want to get rid of the cars on their Barberton lot since they had a flood there two weeks ago. Even though they claimed a 50% discount they are using the Bait and Switch and that 50% is an increase not a discount. Regardless of their reasoning. I find that it is time the public stop support habitual scam artist and find and demand for honest service.......... Sincerely
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/29/2013 09:42 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Fred-Martin-Superstore/Norton-Ohio-44203/Fred-Martin-Superstore-Bait-and-Switch-Norton-Ohio-1070943. 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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