Report: #1073145

Complaint Review: Kings Motive

  • Submitted: Mon, August 05, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, August 05, 2013
  • Reported By: I Read — washington
  • Kings Motive
    624 N 5th St. Suite
    Garland, Texas

Kings Motive, Sean DBA Kings Motive Garland Texas Scammer, fraud, AVOID,Not trust worthy Garland Texas

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Disgruntled "Potential" Customer

*Consumer Comment: The Definition of STUPID!

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He is a scammer!! I tried to by a Salvaged Jeep from him on ebay. My offer of 27500 shipped expired. Then I saw that he sold it for 26000 and I told him that was if the deal fell through I'd give him 27000. I was going to get a bank loan give him a check for 32500 and get 5500 to fix the damage down there. ( I felt real uneasy about that, and had concerns if it was legal or if he would keep the money. Because I kept asking him for his address where the jeep was located and his full name because I had a shop in Garland that was willing to go over to his location and look at the damage and give me an estimate before I agreed to fly down there with the check. Well after he ignored me several times for his address which would allow my guy access to see the jeep, we just stopped communicating and I have moved on! He stated that it was light damage and needed a lift kit box  and bumper and fender to repair, but I believe that it had a bent frame and other damage that he was not representing!! Plus he took horrible pictures of it and expected people to buy it sight unseen!! I would suggest people avoid him, he acted real shady, then I spoke with anothe guy that won the bid at 26k and he said that he was a scammer and tried to raise the price on him after he won the bid!!!.

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Disgruntled "Potential" Customer

AUTHOR: Owner - ()

These eBayer cosumers are really out of control. Most of what he typed is true. I refused to do business with him. I wasn't writing up a sales agreement for $32500 for something I was selling for $27000. Anybody with sense knows this would impose a tax problem. Ian Reidno was attempting to commit loan and tax fraud and I wanted no part of it.  

As for my my information. He seems to know enough to write this report. 

To address him having a guy view the Jeep. He wanted me to hand over a Jeep and a $5500 cash to some guy he wanted to send over. Instead i offered to have the Jeep delivered to 4 Wheel Parts in Dallas for repairs but required a $1500 none refundable deposit. Afterwards the balance was to paid with through his lending agency. This he would not agree to. So I simply ignored him afterwards.

The eBay winner he mentions was another auto dealer. I agreed to $26000 and he was at the bank about wire the funds when I canceled the transaction. Reasons being. 1) I was losing money on the deal. 2) He wanted me to remove the hood, bumpers and wheels and discount the price further. 3) Completing a deal with Ian Reidno was financially perfered.

So, its too bad he feels the way he do. Due to his ignorance, he past on a great deal. A $48K+ 2013 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited with 7k miles, loaded with lift kit and off road wheels and tires. Equipped with leather and navigation. All for $32500 repaired. He lost this deal simply because he wanted it done in a way that would have exposed me to tax problems later.


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#2 Consumer Comment

The Definition of STUPID!

AUTHOR: Jim - ()

You were willing to send off your money to somebody you don't know to buy some dumb car you've never seen or checked out.  Absolutely amazing!  As per P. T. Barnum:  "A sucker is born every minute."

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