In early february, 2010, the above individual Freddie Davis sold me a 1977 Dodge ambulance on the pretext that he would repair said ambulance in a short amount of time and make it roadworthy as part of the cost.
What followed was 8 months of constant procrastinations. He had initially said it would be done by March, then by April, then by May, and so on. Whenever he said he would perform some part of the repairs and the date he claimed he planned to do it had lapsed, he would have some excuse.
One of his frequent excuses is not having money, despite the fact that some months after I made the last payment on the ambulance he bought a classic Rolls Royce sedan.
He also did not disclose to me at the time of sale that he was not a mechanic; he offered to do the repairs as part of the terms of sale (stated on the bill of sale) and only after payment was complete did he disclose that he is not a mechanic. [continued below]....
Many of his repairs have been slipshod and of questionable safety. I have more than once seen his work and asked him to fix obvious problems with it.
At one point recently, he claimed that while out trying to get the title processed, he had been involved in a car accident in which a woman was pinned to his friend's car. I have not, to date, found any record of this accident and suspect he is lying.
More recently, he subjected me to a referral to yet another incompetent individual who charged me $45 to help process the title from the original military surplus paperwork (I will file a report on this person too). Just moments ago I got word that because she had attempted to defraud the DMV by crossing out the original buyer's name on the GSA paperwork, the title is now in suspense.
I am tired of his constant procrastinations, questionable repairs, and constant referrals to incompetent cronies.