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Larry Geweke Ford Complaint - This could happen to you

Review by Cpetesherrymatt@aol.com on 2002-02-14
YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA -- Aprox. three (3) weeks ago my sister purchased a 2000 Ford Escort from LARRY GEWEKE FORD in Yuba City, she used my mothers credit and money to make this purchase, my mother is a victim of multible stroke's and is not capable of caring for herself,when my father passed away in Aug.2001 my sister moved in to care for my mother, and hs since rapidly depleated her bank acoount as well as having her co-sign for various items including cellular phones, Armed with this information the General Manager of LARRY GEWEKE FORD " HOWARD BEST " has ignored this fraudulant transaction, as well as my numerous phone calls ad e-mail, My husband talk to Mr. Best on 02/13/02 and was told that he recieved the information an hour ago and hs talked to th parties involved, Well Mr Best you a a LIAR, because I was with my mother the entire day that you say you called ,your morals are far below any I have ever seen and I entend on seeing your dealership held equally liable both civil and criminal as my sister, To this day my mother does not know she has bought a car, why would she, since she has never drove a car a day in her life. Mr Best I hope you are proud of yourself because you make me sick.
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2002-02-15
Posted by Anonymous on 2002-02-14:
Your complaint is with your sister not the dealer. Should he be forced to refund your mother's money and still be without his property? I think the law needs to be involved before he should do anything.
Posted by Anonymous on 2002-02-14:
I don't agree the dealer has the facts and still does nothing, his only concern is selling cars, but if a crime is commited he should act also there is a moral issue
Posted by Anonymous on 2002-02-14:
It sounds to me that the guy who sides with the dealer is with no doubt the dealer himself,DO SOMETHING JERK
Posted by Anonymous on 2002-02-14:
I'm sure the dealership feel's they've done nothing illegal and should not be held accountable, but the issue here is the daughter is using her mothers credit and or money to buy the car from a dealership thats turning a blind eye to it, Business owners are the pilar of our communities people we come to trust but what kind of message is this company sending, I think the Manager has alot of explaining to do, sure he sold a car one that he'll end up getting back anway but look at the sales he going to loose behide this alot I'm sure
Posted by Anonymous on 2002-02-15:
If the dealer was going by the letter of the law as to say verify that the person buying the car is infact the same person signing the contract, whats more important here, is te MORAL ISSUE the mother is a victim of numerous strokes and is unable to care for herself, is the dealership so desprate for sales that they would allow their business be part of this. My heart goes out to the mother she's a victim again and not capable of knowing this,

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