My Review Of O'Meara Ford:
I leased a car here at the end of July. The experience wasn't very good, but buying a car is never really fun, and I wouldn't bother reviewing it just because of that. But 10 days later, I was called and told that I won a drawing that everyone who bought or leased a car in July was entered in. They'd fill up the tank, wash the car, and I'd get to choose a door prize. Okay, sounds good. I go in, and give them my key. They take me to the other room, where they tell me they are cancelling the lease, and to get my stuff out of the car. The reason I was given was nonsense (when Ford asked me about the experience, I said I didn't like how long it took) and I asked several times what I could do to change things. Nothing, and they already had my key. Long story short, they stole my car. Their is nothing in the contract permitting them to do this; in fact, Ford Credit (who financed the lease) actually said I should sue them for holding my car illegally. Two seperate attorneys, and the state attorney general's office, agreed that it was blatantly illegal and a breach of contract. Another dealer opined that they they probably made the lease to make their monthly quota, knowing they would never honor it. In fact, two other salespeople at other delearships shared personal stories of working at O'Meara, and why they quit (one of which I leased my replacement car from). Ford Motor Company itself was no help; despite owning a lien on the car, they refused to help me in anyway. Even after "investigating", they couldn't even tell me why this was allowed to happen. I would never go to this dealership for anything whatsoever (liars and thieves), and unless Ford does a 180, I will never buy a Ford vehicle either
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