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Report: #558162

Complaint Review: D & D Auto Sales - Grant pass Oregon

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  • Reported By: Richard — glendale Oregon U.S.A.
  • D & D Auto Sales 1600 Northeast 7th Street Grant pass, Oregon United States of America
  • Phone: 5414760028
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like to tell you all that   walked  in  bought used Gt Grand 01  no warnty 119 mills

sines i had  car  i had  fix the  problems sines  thine  had it for 4 monthns  now  just more more  problems with this  car  every time  i get fixed  new  reparis  shows up  more money to fix it this,, D&D cars  company  i bought car from  has no  url no bussines number or evein tax id for  oregon  we  all not u no need  pay taxes in our states ,,  but  me and wife  like  the  car  but cost to much money to fix it if any one  has  idea for  us what to do i be glad to reply to post  pertty much got SCAAMED by one  shifty eye crooks of D&D auto Sales in grants pass  oregon  Beware Of this company

take you  for  a cheep Ride cost you arm and a leg  to fix the lemons they sell you   

 

 

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#6 Consumer Comment

A NINE Year Old Hybrid???????

AUTHOR: Jim - ()

POSTED: Friday, September 06, 2013

Let's see, the next complaint is "my battery went dead". 

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#5 Author of original report

did fix it

AUTHOR: Richard - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 05, 2013

i did fixed it finly i trade it  in on  a honda hybrid accord 05  7 months ago  Grand Ams i will never buy one againe

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#4 General Comment

As is...

AUTHOR: Tyg - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 05, 2013

 As a previous poster said, you bought a used vehicle and unless you signed a warrenty its "AS IS". There is no way you will get the ppl you purchased the vehicle from to pay you ANYTHING!! Im also pretty sure if you check your paperwork on the sale you will find that you signed a as is clause. Repaires are a normal part of owning a vehicle. More so now that you have purchased a used car. There are ALWAYS things that need to be repaired when you buy used. Its the nature of used cars. You didnt get scammed, you were probably offered a warrenty but didnt like the cost of it. You went in and made a used car purchase. Looks like your sale went through with no issues reported by you. This isnt a scam, its the cost of purchasing a USED car.

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#3 Consumer Comment

No warranty and 119 "mills"?

AUTHOR: Ken - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 05, 2013

 I doubt you're smart enough to be out in public, let alone buy a car. I think they saw you coming.  You bought it "AS-IS".  That means ALL repairs are on YOU.

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#2 Author of original report

??

AUTHOR: Richard - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 05, 2013

Exuse me nothing wrong with my English 

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#1 Consumer Comment

What?

AUTHOR: Jim - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 05, 2013

Perhaps instead of buying a car, you should spend the money on a personal tutor (a third grader will do) to teach you how to use the English language. 

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