Back in June, I was contacted on the phone by a representative of Onestopmotors.com named Katie. Katie told me that she had people waiting in line to buy a car like mine, and said her company would sell it, take care of financing and shipping, and it would only cost $400, and if they could not sell it within 30 days, my money would be refunded, but they would still attempt to sell it, and if they were successful, I would be more than glad to pay them their $400. This seems good to me, but first, I checked the Ripoffreport.com, the name seems to be clear! So I agreed to this, and made the payment. After a week I couldn't even find the web site. When I called no one called back.
So, I called my credit card company and asked them to remove the charges from my card. Low and behold I received a rebuttal to this from Rob Wilder president showing all the work his company did, the correct website url and yahoo.com info on them advertising my vehicle. Thus the credit card company paid one stop motors and I'm out $400. By this time the 30 days refund limit was over and I couldn't get my money back. I find out that Katie told me the web site was onestopautos.com, to which Rob Wilder told me they would never say. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, they're all liars!
In addition to not getting refunded, the service I got for what I paid was dismal. The e-bay auction was a joke, auctioned by an E-bay user that had never had a sale in his life. All these claims about incessant phone calls? All true. The salesman that got me was the first to get a-hold of me. Now, just to show you the scam operation at work here, I got 20 calls thereafter from the SAME company, trying to sell me the SAME sales package. I also come to learn that the financing company I was told that Onestopmotors.com utilizes, HAS NEVER HEARD ABOUT ONESTOPMOTORS.COM.
I was badly taken by these guys, and I hope someone gets a suit on these turkeys and soon! Stay away from Onestopmotors.com!