I am unable to register the 1996 Chevi blazer that was purchased from A & A Auto, LLC on September 18, 2010. The registration was due on November 17, 2010. At Elbert County building (215 Comanche Street, Kiowa, Colorado 80117, 303-621-3123) I was notified that I couldn’t register as the Power of Attorney & other title documents were not correct. I called the dealership on November 29, 2010 & spoke to a dealer (who did not give his name) & he said that was correct they were going to a correct Power of Attorney & fix the other documents. The dealer said I would need to go to the county to get another temporary plate until they were able to get the correct documents. The dealer faxed me a letter stating such and I took it to Elbert County and they gave me a new temporary plate on December 1, 2010. After being pulled over the fourth time (December 29, 2010) I then called Elbert County to see if the proper paper work was in so I could get my plates I was told “no that no other papers have been sent in at that time”. I was recommended to call the dealership. I then called A & A Auto and spoke to Reza Elmi on December 29, 2010 at 3:57 & he started talking to me concerning payments & when the post dated checks would be good. He also stated that the one check I had given them was put in the bank when I told them too and it was returned. I had already spoke to my bank concerning this & Guaranty Bank had stated that the check was put in previous to the date; however, they still have to honor the check if the funds would have been there. Mr. Elmi said they did not put the check in early (December 18, 2010) & wanted to know when they were going to have their money. I gave him my paydays and told him when to put the post dated checks in. I then asked Mr. Elmi when they were going to get the documents into Elbert County? Elmi stated that they were not going to do any work on my documents until I had a few good payments in or had the blazer paid off as they might just have to come repo it. I asked how many payments they were talking about as they already had 3 there. Mr. Elmi continued & said a few maybe half or paid off. I said do you know that just might be illegal? He said well you owe us money & we don’t care. I then said “oh, ok I see how you do business, thank you for the information.” I then hung up. Ali the owner of A & A Auto, LLC then called and left a message saying how he wanted to work things out & just wanted to know when they could deposit the checks. I called back and left a message later that night and restated my pay dates & that something needed to be worked out so I can get my car registered.
I called an attorney & he explained it was not legal what they were doing that they had 30 days to get the proper documents in so I could register my car. When I told him I bought the blazer in September & it was now December 29, 2010. The attorney said that is a real problem, as the dealership most likely cannot get the actual title & I would then be paying for a car that I will not be able to register. I then told the attorney that when we were buying the car the dealership gave me the wrong VIN when I tried to put insurance on it. The insurance company couldn't pull up the right car. I had to go outside to get the VIN off the car & do paper work again. The attorney said it sounds like a bad deal & I should talk to them to return the car & get out of the deal.My husband has called & asked them to contact us concerning the blazer (January 2, 2011 1:20) & that we would like to resolve it. My husband then gave a solution saying we would like our money back & they get their car back. We would need to hear back by 5:00 p.m. 1/3/11. We did not hear back
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