Mr. Car LLC Complaint - Mr. Car sucks!! - Transmission problems in 2002 Ford Explorer

Review by Crooks need to be stopped!! on 2010-12-07
BRENTWOOD, MARYLAND -- I bought an over priced 2002 Ford Explorer in late Jan 2010 that had well over 100,000 miles on it. I put down $3000 and still owed over $5,000. They toted that it was a one owner car. In Sept 2010 the transmission went out. I called Mr. Car to let them know what happened. They told me to leave a message with Daniel, the owner. I left message after message for him and every time I called they had an excuse as to why he wasn' t there. After one communication from the I put the truck in the shop. Once there the transmission expert tells me that the casing that houses the transmission has been somehow glued back together. That signaled to me that this truck was knowingly damaged before I bought it. I let Mr. Car know that they sold me a messed up truck and there was no way that I could the repair for bill on the truck with was $3000 and the car note especially since I couldn't drive it. Daniel agreed. After renting cars for two months trying to save up the $1000 deposit needed to get the truck out of the repair shop of 11/27/10 I get the truck back. I wake up 12/02/10 and notice that the truck is gone. Mr. Car had repo'ed it after I spoke with Daniel and had an agreement with him. I called them once they opened on 12/03/10 to ask why they repo'ed the car after Daniel made an agreement with me and asked them that if they wanted the car back why didn't they take it from the repair shop during the past two months its been sitting there. The lady who takes the payments told me that pretty much waited until I repaired the transmission so that when they repo'ed it Ithey wouldn't have to fix it and that they don't know of any agreement. Also in order for me to get the truck back I have the pay them $1,097 and if I don't want it back I have to pay the tow company $50 to get my personal belongings and tags off of the car. They people are crooks who prey on people who can get traditional financing. They need to be stopped and held accountable!!
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-03-27
Posted by fire4511 on 2011-03-27:
You bought a vehicle used, and after a while it had a mechanical problem. You were out of warranty, so the selling dealer owed you nothing. You did not make the payments as agreed, and the vehicle was repossessed. If you had made the payments you would not have this problem.

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