Nor Cal Locations & Hours Near Eureka, CA -
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By: Cody W.
Discount Cigarettes
Horrible customer service! Tried to use my mobile coupon on my phone the employee pressed a bunch of buttons and cleared it then would honor it even after he looked at it! You can only use them once a week so now I have to wait till next week because they have no idea what they are doing. Employees were rude and tried to tell me it was my fault and my phones fault when it was his. Won't go back.
By: Ridge M.
New Ride Auto Sales
This is by far the worst place you can buy a vehicle!! they completely screwed me over sellihng me a truck with a messed up welded together motor and replaced it with an even worse junkyard motor and now i'm stuck with payments for 4 years. these guys are compulsive lying sociopaths and the most unproffesional business I have ever encountered. These guys should be in jail for the hell they put me through!!! I'm only writing this because I wouldnt want anyone else to go through the same mess I did with these dishonest decieving people!!!
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By: Chi F.
Discount Cigarettes
They have no idea what they're selling and it's very hard to communicate with them. (Not the accent they're just very stubborn.) Most of the products I've gotten from here were or did break shortly after buying them
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By: Angela E.
Sole Savers
My experience with sole savers was the best. I bought my first car there. They were fast and efficient and Jodi and Cathy are the best! I highly recommend them.
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By: Taylor G.
New Ride Auto Sales
Great place to buy a car. They nice, friendly and honest people. Highly recommend them to anyone. They're willing to work with you. Their cars are also in great condition. My car is running fabulous and I don't regret going there.
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By: Brandi B.
Discount Cigarettes
Horrible customer service! The employees / owners are really rude and question personal biz. And talk smack to your face about what your buying.ive been in there a few times and every time ive experienced this.
By: Johnny H.
Hands down the best shop in town. I have been to all of them and if you are only going to shop at one place, this is it. I had an epen problem from another shop, and they helped me fix it by explaining the relationship between different coils and batteries. They also had a nice tasting bar that I got to try some different flavors out at. It looks like they have a LOT of glass, but that is not my thing.
By: Humboldt bay O.
Eureka Auto Wholesale
Although I purchased a Suburban at a great price, I'm a bit disappointed with the follow-up service of this dealership. I paid CASH, in full, for my vehicle; I am not a "Buy Here / Pay Here" client.The title work has taken forever to finish. The sales staff has no idea where the paperwork is, DMV has no record of the paperwork even being filed. I'm still driving on temp paperwork after 45 days from purchase!DMV says it should have only taken a maximum of 2 weeks to complete the sale/registration transaction and that I should have had my permanent plates by now.IF you purchase from Eureka Auto Wholesale, make sure they have the title to your purchase ON SITE! It would be best to take your own paperwork up to DMV Eureka and process the paperwork, yourself! This dealer can't seem to process anything fast.So, in short, the vehicles they have are decent, but their follow-up service is lacking.
By: dragonfire3194
Discount Cigarettes
This store is unwilling to stand behind its product. I purchased a vape pen at the store. One week later it is not working and the owner of the store is not willing to work with any issues. Take your buisness elsewhere. We don't need these kinds of buisnesses in our community.
By: kevin.lawrence.372
Sole Savers
Eureka sole savers is very helpful and has Ben a vary good place to purchase my truck from. The staff has Ben very nice and work with you to get what you need. When their is an issue with making a payment they help you and work with you to get back on track. I would recommend anyone to them.
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