WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH -- I recently contacted Gary ** at Worldwide auto regarding the purchase of a vehicle. Gary assured me that the only damage on the vehicle was the bed. Gary also stated that there were no title discrepancies. I had a private inspection performed on the truck and found that the truck has major damage all over the vehicle.
I also found out that the truck's title was being sold as not actual miles. The notarized title was emailed to me and it shows that it is marked actual miles. The title also has a signature that is scratched off on the back with no signature replacing it. The mileage box is not checked on the title. The mileage that was stated on their ad does not match the mileage on the title and the odometer does not work on the truck.
I advised several individuals at the company that I wanted my $1000.00 deposit back which I made with my Visa check card. I am unable to get any customer service and the individuals I have talked to refuse to let me talk to management. This is a junk vehicle and is being sold as a clean vehicle. I have the report with photos and descriptions of the problems associated with the truck.
The engine and drive train have also been replaced, which was never stated by the company. This company is falsely advertising vehicles and refusing to cooperate with its customers. I also found out the title was previously salvage! But like I said before, they wash the titles and commit title fraud. I have proof!
WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH -- I purchased 3 cars from these guys after reading bad reviews but took the risk since I had customers for these vehicles in my country and I just received them, and was overly impressed with the vehicles as they were as shown on pictures and talk to people at the port, and have seen these companies vehicles arrive daily to my country a different country and said, "Those guys sell nice cars", and I've seen their website and have good prices. I'm very happy with the purchases and will buy from them again.