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Report: #135484

Complaint Review: Motorcycle City - Henderson Nevada

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  • Motorcycle City 4260 Boulder Hwy,Las Vegas Nevada Henderson, Nevada U.S.A.

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Fighting this for a year now..Went in to purchase a Motorcycle and it was just before closing. I asked 'how much' for a used one. The sale guy says $1500. I say write it up, My credit is great. He comes back with the papers and says. "OK short term loan,$99.00 amonth, sign here and you can take it home tonite".

I signed, then a few days later i Read the contract, The guy tacked on a 'Platinum Service' contract to the tune of nearly $2500.00. Yes, more than I paid for the Bike. I go back angry and ask him to take it off, He says the Finance Co rquires it. After checking I found it is a lie.

I go back a few weeks later and again demand removal, he says I will talk to my Manager, but 'it is uncancellable'. A few more weeks and nothing. I call the Manager and he says it is 'uncancellable'. I tell him on the back of the contract it says I CAN cancell as long as I have not used the Service. He says' send me a Fax and I will see what I can do. Nothing again for a few months, I send him an e-mail reminder, nothing again for a few months. Now I have filed complaints with the BBB and Consumer Affairs in Nevada and am waiting to hear from them.

I could have bought a brand new one at this price.!

I know "you should have read the contract" This is the second Motorcycle I bought from them over the years and did not see this coming.

David
Henderson, Nevada
U.S.A.

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#5 Author of original report

Motorcycle City Arizona Motor Sports has had problems too.

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, March 24, 2005
I see by searching back that Arizona Motor Sports has had problems too. Isn't that interesting? This is the home office for Motorcyle City here in Las Vegas!
Nice to know I am not alone...Thanks
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

you got to.. if you want to stick it to these guys

AUTHOR: M - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 19, 2005
Hey there, you have to make sure the contract has listed statements(albeit obscure) that state the conditions in which you can cancel or exchange your contract, also it would help to discover what the dealer's incentive is to add that high financing fee, and now that you know that the financing company does not require it, ask them to direct you to a source that has that in writing or a person who is willing to quote that to you and their contact information. Once you have that taken care of, write every step you do down and dates, times and who you spoke to, and call the FTC. Federal Trade Commission, and your state consumer protection agency.

Also contact free legal aid organizations in your local community if you can't afford a lawyer. Keep contacting the dealer weekly and keep them up to date with what you are doing, and always allow the option to get your refund even if you want to stick it to these guys-you can still file a complaint with whoever you want after you secure a refund, and let them discover rip-off report for themselves.

Unless you absolutely feel that you need to use it against them. Believe me, this site is going to be nationally known if it isn't already.
Even if it goes down eventually, which I doubt, people can always create a new website just like this one if that ever happens. God bless everyone!
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

you got to.. if you want to stick it to these guys

AUTHOR: M - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 19, 2005
Hey there, you have to make sure the contract has listed statements(albeit obscure) that state the conditions in which you can cancel or exchange your contract, also it would help to discover what the dealer's incentive is to add that high financing fee, and now that you know that the financing company does not require it, ask them to direct you to a source that has that in writing or a person who is willing to quote that to you and their contact information. Once you have that taken care of, write every step you do down and dates, times and who you spoke to, and call the FTC. Federal Trade Commission, and your state consumer protection agency.

Also contact free legal aid organizations in your local community if you can't afford a lawyer. Keep contacting the dealer weekly and keep them up to date with what you are doing, and always allow the option to get your refund even if you want to stick it to these guys-you can still file a complaint with whoever you want after you secure a refund, and let them discover rip-off report for themselves.

Unless you absolutely feel that you need to use it against them. Believe me, this site is going to be nationally known if it isn't already.
Even if it goes down eventually, which I doubt, people can always create a new website just like this one if that ever happens. God bless everyone!
Respond to this report!

#2 Consumer Suggestion

you got to.. if you want to stick it to these guys

AUTHOR: M - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 19, 2005
Hey there, you have to make sure the contract has listed statements(albeit obscure) that state the conditions in which you can cancel or exchange your contract, also it would help to discover what the dealer's incentive is to add that high financing fee, and now that you know that the financing company does not require it, ask them to direct you to a source that has that in writing or a person who is willing to quote that to you and their contact information. Once you have that taken care of, write every step you do down and dates, times and who you spoke to, and call the FTC. Federal Trade Commission, and your state consumer protection agency.

Also contact free legal aid organizations in your local community if you can't afford a lawyer. Keep contacting the dealer weekly and keep them up to date with what you are doing, and always allow the option to get your refund even if you want to stick it to these guys-you can still file a complaint with whoever you want after you secure a refund, and let them discover rip-off report for themselves.

Unless you absolutely feel that you need to use it against them. Believe me, this site is going to be nationally known if it isn't already.
Even if it goes down eventually, which I doubt, people can always create a new website just like this one if that ever happens. God bless everyone!
Respond to this report!

#1 Consumer Suggestion

you got to.. if you want to stick it to these guys

AUTHOR: M - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 19, 2005
Hey there, you have to make sure the contract has listed statements(albeit obscure) that state the conditions in which you can cancel or exchange your contract, also it would help to discover what the dealer's incentive is to add that high financing fee, and now that you know that the financing company does not require it, ask them to direct you to a source that has that in writing or a person who is willing to quote that to you and their contact information. Once you have that taken care of, write every step you do down and dates, times and who you spoke to, and call the FTC. Federal Trade Commission, and your state consumer protection agency.

Also contact free legal aid organizations in your local community if you can't afford a lawyer. Keep contacting the dealer weekly and keep them up to date with what you are doing, and always allow the option to get your refund even if you want to stick it to these guys-you can still file a complaint with whoever you want after you secure a refund, and let them discover rip-off report for themselves.

Unless you absolutely feel that you need to use it against them. Believe me, this site is going to be nationally known if it isn't already.
Even if it goes down eventually, which I doubt, people can always create a new website just like this one if that ever happens. God bless everyone!
Respond to this report!