Auto Fever Inc — scammed us! out $4400 for a car with fraudulent paperwork! car broke in 4 hours
Auto Fever Inc at 9005 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa, FL 33604 sold my family a 2009 Dodge Charger. The owner stated the car was in excellent running condition with no issues. The owner who sold us the car is Ahmed M Abuelenen.
We purchased this car on 3/23/2018. The owner told us the Dodge Charger had 75K miles on the engine itself and the dash had 215k miles. Meaning he had the engine changed out and replaced for a different one. Then gave us paperwork he said states it was changed and what company changed it. We did think anything of it and assumed it was real.
The car drove well during the test drive and on the way home after we purchased it, and that was it. The engine was knocking within 4 hours of purchasing the car. We took the car back first thing the next morning. It was not even 10 hours later.
Once we arrived we asked for a refund. The owner refused. So we decided to call the the company on the engine paper work stating the engine was replaced. We then found out the engine was never replaced and got a signed and notarized statement from the company stating the paper work was fraudulent and not one of their receipts.
Took the car and paper work back to the car dealer ship. He got loud and angry and still offered no refund and then tried to tell us we were lying. We drove the car a total of 3 times. Once to bring it home after purchase, 2nd to take it back and 3rd to try and bring it back again.
The last time the car barley made it home. The cars engine is knocking, smoking, wheels shaking, and will not accelerate over 40.
Now currently sits in the yard and does not start as of 3/28/2018.