- Report: #809130
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Complaint Review: Welldone Automotive Sales
Welldone Automotive Sales4370 Styers Ferry Rd winston salem, North Carolina United States of America
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In May of this year I purchased a used 2002 Buick Rendezvous from Welldone Auto Sales located on Styers Ferry Rd in Winston Salem, NC. The car seemed like an amazing deal for $5200 and right in my budget. I put down $3000 and made 10 payments for $300.
First Isssue - No spare for the car. It was promised of course! They promised to find me a matching spare for the car within a week and even offered to loan me a car to use for out of town, since there was no spare tire in the case of a blow out. The first month went by and I hear every excuse in the book. Its now been 7 months and still no spare tire as promised. Although after 3 months of asking for it, they gave me a spare tire, that did not even fit the car. They put the spare in my trunk stating that they did not have the tools to put it on, only when i drove the spare to another shop they told me the tire was for a pick up truck and not for the car I had. Wasted time!
Second Issue - Now having owned the car for 7 months, I decide to sell it to buy a smaller car for commuting to school. Money is tight and I could use the savings on gas! Well now I find out the car hs a salvage title and its worth barely half of what I paid for it. Of course it illegal to not inform a buyer that a car has a salvage title, but they took care of that little problem by having me sign off on a piece of paper that the car is salvage. NOTE - I had no idea what salvage is until this week when I had to reserach online just to learn what that meant. Yes, I was dumb to not read every line on every piece of the 50 sheets I had to sign. Are dealers not required to explain to a consumer??????? Ok so I took that as a loss, partly feeling stupid for not knowing these things or not taking someone with better knowledge with me. So I put the Car up for sale for only $4,000, at a loss of $2,500 in 7 months.
Third Issue - I list the car for sale - But now its leaking antifreeze! Wow! I ant sell it now. I took it to the shop to get it looked at, the intake something is leaking and it costs $750 to repair. After discovering this today, my heart is shattered and now I am up past midnight unable to sleep, know Christmas is 11 days away, I have no transportation and no money to have the issue fixed. I still owe $900 on this car and cant even drive it. I am writing this complaint before even speaking with them on the intake issue, for I know I will only be met with excuses.
Now school starts in January, I have no car to drive, if I sell the car I would still have to have it fixed and pay it off and I wont get nearly what i paid for the car,because of the Salvage title. Broke, Hear broken, and angry! I hope this report may reach one person in time to save them from the same heartache and pain - not to mention the wasted time and precious money.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/13/2011 11:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Welldone-Automotive-Sales/winston-salem-North-Carolina-27104/Welldone-Automotive-Sales-Well-done-auto-sales-Well-Done-automotive-WellDone-auto-servic-809130. 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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