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Jeff Hunter Toyota Dealership Waco,Texas Complaint - Mother scammed by granddaughter

Review by sabrina_whiteside on 2011-09-13
Mother's daughter has POA of finances for patron. Toyota will not rescind contract of purchase of a $28,000 contract. Grand daughter has possession of car. Will not relinquish, eventhough Police are involved with UUMV. Daughter has finally contacted Yvette of TFI. The fraud dept. has hinted at an investigation. Of, course need additional info. 7-14 days to impart those forms.(E-mail, Fax, one would think, how about horse and buggy? A lot quicker, I am sure. Bottom-line, Mom will not be allowed to make payment. Toyota will be actively seeking their property. I have owned and cherished my Toyota, but in lieu of this shady transaction, if not resovled to protect and do the moral and correct thing of an elderly!! Toyota will be in my mind just like the government on the way the elderly are mistreated. Obviously, there are statements not included in this review. One would be reading a novel if all was included. Believe enough was shared to paint a picture of a not so likeable Toyota company and customer service representation. I have gathered from this issue, the only thing important to Toyota was making a sell. The reason, this contract should never have happened is it affects the qualifying benefits of my mom for dad's care in a nursing home facility. Here again the government regulatory agents. Assets of $10,000 or less to qualify for assisant or else it is the gov. in the finale. I have sent up Prayers that there are Angels amongst the scoundrels, to send our Blessings to my mom. She had no legal rights to make a financial decision of that magnitutde. And believe me All of the players in this "SCAM" will receive what they invested!! God said it!
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-09-13
Posted by BEJ on 2011-09-13:
I do not see where Toyota is at fault for this.

If the grand-daughter had power of attorney for her grandmother then Toyota did nothing wrong in selling a car to the grandaughter.

This really is an legal issue against the granddaughter.

Shame on the granddaughter for taking advantage of her grandmother this way.
Posted by trmn8r on 2011-09-13:
I had a bit of trouble trying to follow this, and I believe it is the kind of situtation in which the short story version can't possibly describe enough details to determine what happened or who is at fault.

It sounds to me like the person with the POA is the one at fault, the granddaughter. I had POA for my mom in her last years, and we were planning to possibly use a home and assistance. There is no way I would have purchased a new car with her money, for her or anyone else.

Whoever walked into Toyota wanted to make a purchase, which is why they made a sale. I don't see the evidence that would support why they should have rescinded the contract.

What is UUMV and TFI?
Posted by spiderman2 on 2011-09-13:
I imagine TFI is Toyota Financial. I have no clue what UUMV could be....maybe something motor vehicles? This post was hard to follow.

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