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By: Teresa K.
Midtown Autosales
Midtown auto sales are very unprofessional I'm filing a complaint with the Used Motor vehicle Commission they tried to scam me out of an extra $300.00 saying they had to pay it to push the loan through for me which was a lie I called the people that financed my vehicle they said no extra money other than my down payment was paid to them this is after the deal was done the papers signed I paid 2000.00 down and drove off the lot with the car and it's now 2 months after the sale of the car they are still trying to get 300.00 dollars out of me. I called the Better Business Bureau and they gave me the number for the Used Car Commission and to file a complaint and she told me they are getting Investigated.
By: Naga S.
Car Town Inc
The staff was very friendly.
By: Goagi O.
Car Town Inc
I was extremely satisfied.
By: Shaterrica H.
Prince Of Peace Auto Sales
Do NOT I REPEAT Do NOT Buy From This Lady She Is An Complete Scam Artist She Has Been Doing This For Many Years. Will Lie To Your Face Will Try To Destroy You Mentally & Financially. My Papa Has Bought A Car From Her Within A Month It Started Acting Up Won't Run Anymore We Have Replaced A New Battery, Starter, Alternator, And Etc. Once He Was Almost Done Paying Her For The Car She Came And Try To Pick Up With A Friend Guy The Illegal Way The First Time But We Wouldn't Let Her Have It So She Waited Until Three Months To File For Papers Through The Marshalls And Had His Car Picked Up. We Will Have Justice.
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By: Shrena H.
Prince Of Peace Auto Sales
I am still in search of a vehicle,but everything I have heard regarding this place makes me want 2 continue to walk.Not only ate they scamming people out of their hard earn money,they ate trying to make it seem right.SAVE YOURSELF TURN AWAY!!!!!
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By: John W.
Prince Of Peace Auto Sales
The business has been ripping people off. Please never shop here. Had 2 different friends get ripped off and lose the cars they paid off completely. They never got their titles and cars were repo after completely paid off.
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By: Jacqueline M.
Prince Of Peace Auto Sales
My son paid cash for a 2003 Pontiac Grand AM. The car didn't hold up for 2 days. The owner sent her mechanic to pick the car up. It is still in her possession and neither I nor my son have been able to communicate with her. She refuses to answer phone calls or texts. Right now we're just trying to find out how we can get the car back. I was given a phone number to call by the Better Business Bureau, but I'm trying to resolve this situation without any conflict.
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By: Shannon S.
Hicks Auto Sales
Hicks Auto Sales have vehicles to fit every budget. The salesman gave me excellent customer service and the finance manager was very helpful in getting me a monthly car note that fit my budget.
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By: Sonya N.
Eleams Auto Sales
Do not buy anything from this guy. He patches vehicles up enough to get them off his lot and then they break down. A very dishonest business person. Wouldnt even pay for the notary fee. Cheap and tacky
By: Alan T.
Car Town Inc
Do not buy from these con artist. I test drove, and took home for the weekend a 2006 4x4 ford ranger. They want 13995.00 for it, the blue book is no more than 11000.00. They also have it listed "as is" on the lot, but here's how they have it listed on line. It's copied and pasted. " WE FINANCE!!! This beauty comes equipped with a 6 cylinder engine and has less than 91,000 miles on it. It also contains perfect condition black cloth seats, am/fm stereo, CD player, MP3 player, satellite radio, power package aluminum wheels, and keyless entry. Comes with a 2 year 100,000 mile powertrain warranty." They wouldn't even offer me a warranty. BUT,,,, this is what really got me upset and I  walked out without the vehicle. I talked them down to 12000.00, we were doing the paperwork, he showed me the figures, he, meaning Chip. Yeah, that's his name. I notices a 1500.00 charge and asked what was that for? Chip tells me that the finance company was charging me that for the loan. Oh, and I was putting $2500.00 down. Now I know that paying interest is paying the finance company, I have never heard of a finance company charging $1500.00 up front before. They can put any reason with a figure behind it legally I guess. This place is looking out only for there own profits, they tried to rob me. Oh, the truck is still there, not sold. Had they not tried to rob me, they would have made a sale that day. Very greedy people there. I'm considering getting a lawyer involved just to let them know that they can't do this to people.

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