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Ferco Motors / Fraud and scam!

1 1749 SW 1 St.Miami, FL, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 305-541-3386

Fraudulent sales tactics and refusal to acknowledge the 3 day sales contract laws in effect in the State of Florida. Willful misrepresentation in the sale of a vehicle that had major collision damage to a young family - basic 'chop shop' cut & paste type vehicle repairs with absolutely no admission of repairs, in fact complete denial of any damage whatsoever, to the young adults.

Refusal to rectify the sale once confronted with the hidden damages, until AmEx contacted them to advise they had received notification from the parent that the car had been sold under blatant misrepresentation and fraud. Only after AmEx and the entire family got involved with the local police department did Ferco then decide to take the vehicle back in trade on another vehicle.

DO NOT GO TO THIS DEALERSHIP - OBVIOUS chop/shop vehicles with willful misrepresentation of damages to potential buyers. Questionable ethics and illegitimate business practices.


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  • St
      7th of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    I'd like to start with the fact that I have no affiliation with this dealership so it is not a biased opinion in any way. The state of Florida has absolutely no such 3 day law on an any automotive purchase via a sales contract for financing or a straight cash transaction. And any local police involvement as you mentioned must be treated in a civil fashion . The local law enforcement cannot and must not get involved with any civil matters period. If in fact you are going to purchase a used automobile from anyone, utilize the proper prepurchase inspection companies in order to avoid any unnecessary heartache or surprises. Take it from a 10 year veteran in the automobile industry!! And furthermore if the dealership was kind enough to entertain a trade in of the problem vehicle or a swap of some kind, that is a 100 percent sign of goodwill on behalf of the owners of the company due to the fact that they are under no obligation to do so. Car dealers are not necessarily out to get and betray the general public but sometimes even us in the industry get sold vehicles with unknown problems!!!

  • Bw
      24th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    This customer had the right to bring in her own mechanic to check out the purchase she was making why didn't she. and for your information their is no 3 day grace period on any used car purchased buyer beware. Only new cars that are delivered to your house have the right to be returned in 3 to 5 days from purchase. Further more I have seen customer purchase cars and wreck them the same day and then have their car fixed and then try and return the car to the dealer as if it was sold to them this way its very sad that people do these things but they do happen. I do not no both sides of the story but im sure their is one .

  • Ka
      11th of Mar, 2013
    0 Votes

    You act like the customer deserved this "and for your information" full of attitude. So sad, KARMA will get them. People work hard for their money and these two crooks act like the money was just handed to their victims.

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