I was sold a flood damaged vehicle with a clean title. When I bought the car I thought maybe the previous owner lived on a dirt road, upon recent major electrical issues it was further looked at and has evidence of prior water damage. It can be dangerous to have a flood damaged vehicle as they usually have electrical issues. I have had to drive home from work on more than one occasion with the windows not working and stuck up in hot weather, the blower motor for ventialtion didn't work, the air bag would not activate, and the blinkers didn't work. I have tried to contact CarHop for several days now and they are completely ignoring me. They won't respond to emails and have lied about returning my call. The warranty department is the only contact I have made and they refuse to give me contact information for anyone that might possibly be able to address the issue. If I had paid a couple hundred bucks for the vehicle I would expect issues, but charging me $8000 plus interest for a vehicle that should have a salvage title is deceitful. Thanks CarHop for putting a single mother and her 6 year old in danger. CarHop is not the place to build credit, they just take advantage of suckers like me!
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