Suski Used Cars / False Advertising, Not honor prize winners

1 1640 N. Lapeer Road, Lapeer, MI, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 8106608440

This company practices deceptive and dishonest advertising.

Suski mailed their used car flier to my home with a lottery type of contest indicating prizes if won. The flier had a scratch off game wherein if one where to reveal 6 pots of gold after having scratched off only 6 of 36 possible patches, then the prize would be $30, 000 dollars. There were lesser prizes for matching/scratching off and revealing less pots of gold.

I happened to scratch off and reveal 6 pots of gold, and went to claim the $30, 000 prize promised. Suski did not honor their advertised claim, and stated that all I had won was the right to scratch off another card presented at the business to try and win the prize. There was nothing in their advertising mailer that indicated that this would be the situation.

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  • Sa
      13th of Dec, 2012

    You are absolutely correct. I used to work at that lot and the sales are nothing but a tool to fake people in the door. The prizes are never won and the entire process is to get you to pay the highest price possible on any vehicle on the lot. There is never a price posted on any vehicle and the entire design is to bury you into a car payment and stretch your budget as far as they can. I have seen profit on car sales that are over $10, 000 each and in most cases they sill make even more money on the back end (warranties, gap insurance... etc). What most people do not know is that the actual owner of Suski Used Cars is not Andy Suski. The owner is Ed Usewick and he has made an arrangement to use the Suski name. Ed Usewick has been arrested in the past for passing false titles, selling lease vehicles he did not own, bouncing almost $500, 000 of bad checks to Flint Auction and Federal Racketeering charges. Why Mr. Suski has allowed such a person to use his good name I do not understand. I have seen falsified documents, deals with funding companies where the down payments and financial agreements are not true, warranties that customers have paid for not filed with the companies, taking up to two months to get their license plates and being issued multiple temp tags in the process, the list goes on. Suski Used Cars does not have the proper sales or finance licensing for its locations and why the State has not closed them down, I do not know. My suggestion would be to find another dealer to buy a car from, Suski Used Cars is the type of place that give our business a bad name.

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