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Off Lease Onlyfalse car fax report

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We bought a 2010 mercedes ml from the place and the sales person along with the finance person showed us a car fax report on this vehicle that showed it was clear with no accidents!! We took the car to the real mercedes dealer for an overall inspection and they told us the car was from california and had been in three accidents. This off lease only dealer ship would not do anything about it and pulled a correct! Version and showed it to us. Not only would they not do anything about giving us a new car they said they would but it would cost us $7, 000.00 more and the payments would go up. They also said beside it doesnt decrease the value even though it had been in an accident "three times". Be very very very careful with this dealer they will show you a bad car fax to sell you the car.. Buyer beware!!! Not a good dealer at all...

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Oct 07, 2013
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  • Beware!!!­­­
    The truth about “previous accident” vehicles at offleaseonly
    If you are even thinking about purchasing a vehicle at any of the offleaseonly, inc., dealerships in florida, (miami, orlando, or west palm beach) it is in your interest to pay close attention to the following facts:
    Approximately eighty percent (80%) of the vehicles offleaseonly sells have been involved in a very serious accident and have structural damage to the frame and/or unibody. whenever carfax knows that a vehicle has sustained structural damage to the frame, it warns customers using their service that "structural damage may impact vehicle safety and reliability. get the unibody or the frame of the vehicle inspected by a professional"; therefore,
    Make sure you ask for the autocheck report on every vehicle
    Offleaseonly, inc., is fully aware that every vehicle that is listed on their webpage as a "previous accident" vehicle was in a very serious accident and sustained structural damage to the frame and/or unibody, because when they purchase the vehicles the auction provides them with auction reports (based upon physical inspections by trained professional appraisers) that describe in detail the damage to the vehicle, where the damage was, and how it was repaired. the auction reports are then entered into a data base called "autocheck". *if you are still thinking of purchasing a vehicle that has sustained structural damage to the frame and/or unibody, I strongly urge you to take it to a mechanic with a copy of the auction report so the mechanic will know what to look for. do not undermine your family’s safety; therefore, ­
    Make sure you ask for the autocheck report on every vehicle
    Vehicles that have sustained structural damage to the frame and/or unibody, have drastically depreciated in actual market value. these vehicles get reclassified as “inferior vehicles” because of the degree of damage caused by the accidents. translation: you buy a structurally damaged vehicle today for $20, 000, and if in three (3) days you want to sell it, you will be lucky if a dealership offers you $11, 000. * if you are still thinking of purchasing one of these vehicles, I strongly urge you to take it to any dealership during your test drive and ask them to appraise it as if you were outright selling it to them, they will verify for you that the vehicle has structural damage to the frame and offer you maybe half (1/2) what you paid for it; therefore,
    Make sure you ask for the autocheck report on every vehicle
    After you verify that the information I have provided you is the absolute truth, then share it on social media everywhere: facebook, yelp, dealerrater, bbb, twitter, edmunds, instagram, etc…. don’t let your family or friends get fooled into overpaying for an inferior vehicle that has sustain structural damage to the frame and/or unibody, that may ultimately be unsafe to drive and consequently lead to tragedy.

    *if you have already purchased (and discovered the vehicle has structural damage to the frame that presents a safety issue) and are interested in being a part of a lawsuit contact paulino at [protected]. you can also email me at [protected]@aol.com your name, telephone number, vin number, and the date of purchase along with your story; inluding any pictures or documentation in support.
    Thanks...

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