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Harley Davidson / fraud

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I purchased a new harley davidson in the winter of 2006 and they sold me unemployment insurance along with the bike I was not told that this insurance was not part of their company but a third party, I was also not told it was only for 6 months and that you have to be 60days behind before they will pay and that I would be charged the late fees on this note when they take up to 90days to pay their payments. This is a scam put out by harley davidson and I am trying to get a class action suit going against harley but was told I needed other confirmed cases of this happening to other people if anyone out there has had this problem please e-mail me at thanks

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  • Sc
      13th of Jun, 2012
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    went to Rommell Harley Davidson in Syrna De. to buy a 2012 sporster 883. Sticker Price was $8299. Harley was paying Taxes and bike should be $8299 out the door. When the salesman came back he quoted price of $10028. They wanted to charge $1400. for assembly and frieght. I believe the sticker price should be the final price. We also had a friend the went to Rommell Harley Davidson of Annapolis to buy a 1200 sporster. They did the same thing to him. Salesman also took a copy of my paperwork which contained driver license and social securty number on them. He would return the paperwork back to me and i didn't fell comfortable leaving my information. We also had $5000 cash in our pocket to put down on the bike. If all dealer are going to hide prices then we all should buy a different bike.

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