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By: Diana C.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
To whom it may concern I Diana Cruz-pillow purchased a vehicle from Maguires Nissan of Lebanon of Pa. With my son Scott Michael long I was the cosigner they're charging us $29,000 for this vehicle it's a Volkswagen Jetta 2014 interest rate is 18% which we didn't even know about the car was taken to HDBoyd Volkswagen dealer In 2015 because there was something wrong with the Volkswagen Jetta my son purchased it May 25, 2016 the vehicle had to go in January 2017 My son told them that the car was running rough and One of the lights on the dash was on they looked at it charged him to look at it and give it right back to him turn the light off and that was it June 9 The car did not turn on we sent it back to the Volkswagen dealer where we where told to take it from the dealer that we purchased it from .the car was warranty five years 60,000 miles through Volkswagen when the car was in January it was not over 60,000 miles so they could've fixed it through the warranty through Volkswagen no one wants to help pay to fix the vehicle and we owe 388 a month on it my son needed to purchase another vehicle to get back-and-forth to work he is the supervisor he works seven days a week he has two kids to raise and a fiancé therefore I'm stuck paint a vehicle I'm disabled a little bit of money I get is not enough to take care of this issue thank you for your time please help me get my vehicle taken care thank you so much Diana Cruz-pillow
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