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Buyers Beware Fraud Tactics

I called on a vehicle I saw advertised and spoke with some rude man on the phone who gave me terrible directions. Despite the bad directions, they had the vehicle I wanted so went to this place anyway, wouldn't you know that when I got there the car was suddenly and supposedly sold (shocking)! Anyhow the salesman I got was like we have plenty of other cars its really no biggy, I was extremely upset that this wasn't told to me over the phone before driving all the way down there. He states "well nothing we can do about that now so…." I was thinking is this guy for real? I told him that the cars he has are not even close to what I was interested in, he said "ah well thanks for stopping in then"! I told him I was going to inform every media source about this scam of luring customers by false advertising and communication. I was told "do WHATEVER you want"! At this point I left this ridiculous place, and decided to make others known of my experience. BUYERS BEWARE, this place could care less about customer service, I recommend people send a message by NOT falling for this tactic!
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Mr. Sartel,

There is a website that I used to report Auto Wholesalers of Hooksett, NH.

If you would like to use the same website to report them just go to The website is for the Better Business Bureau.

#357974 Review #357974 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Manchester, New Hampshire
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Wholesale Auto in Hooksett, NH sold me a lemon

I purchased a 2004 Chrysler Concorde Limited back in November 2011. I put down $1000,00 cash. I was told that there was nothing wrong with the car. They used the sales pitch, "if anything goes wrong we will take care of the issue because we help our customers". This past Saturday (11-3-12) I was going to Concord, NH and while on the highway, my car was pulling 5 RPM's and going at 60 mph and was rattling (I only put 10,000 miles since buying the car). I had the car towed to the dealership. They told me that the engine blew!!! I did a Car Fax (I was also told that they do not print out Car Fax) and found out that back on December 4, 2009 the odometer read 145,000 and four days later said 125,000. Yesterday, the finance office told me that I owed $455 (monthly payments were $180/month which is paid on time every month and I told them I have the receipts to prove my payment history). They told me if I had a check that they would deliver my car and I can clean it out. This dealership screwed me and took the car back to the dealership. Word to the wise..."don't buy any car from this establishment"!!!
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What was the outcome of the mileage dispute? I currently have an issue where the mileage on the truck I purchased is 63,000 less than what an old inspection sheet that I found in the truck reflects.

Thank you


I have to say with all due respect, if you had the paperwork that your payments were paid in full legally they would be nothing they could do to keep your car you would have it back. Second, almost a year later the engine blows ever have your oil filled, changed?

and even if you did, a 125,000 miles on a vehicle do you expect them to be fortune tellers?I have purchased as have several other people I know from this dealership several times I have been very pleased with the service with their word and with their follow ups.they do not reach an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau the way that they have with all the years that they've been in service if they constantly did business the way that you claim. Just put your paperwork where your mouth is show them the paperwork from the CARFAX if that was the case you have a case other than that you sound like a person that wants to blame everybody but themselves for the problems that they're having.


To: Iq

You don't type much do you? You can kiss my ***!!!

I repeatedly told the dealership that there was a problem with the car. I even showed the dealership a list of issues that my mechanic found. So yes, blame the *** dealership.

Besides, its against New Hampshire Law to rollback the odometer. Up here its a felony and I hope the dealerships owner gets what is coming to him.


engine blew a uyear later! Blame the seller, not the driver.

Writer #2 by all means call the bureau, whatever the *** that means. You are a fool as is writer number 1 :cry :cry :cry :cry


autowholesalers is crooked,spoke with the owner john kelly on 11/8/12 he told me it was not his problem that the car died,and asked when i would be paying the car off,the payments are up to date,i say anyone who has been autowholesalers victim should stand in front of his shop on 11/11/12 and 11/12/12 describing to the public how they screw there customers,they also sell numereous unsafe cars and cars that they will not inspect because they know they sell junk.BOYCOTT AUTOWHOLESALERS,KELLY INVESTORS,JOHN KELLY AND ANYONE ELSE ASSOCIATED WITH THESE CROOKED JUNK DEALERS. :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :sigh :sigh :sigh


I brought a car from them on 12/29/2011.

Lemons all the way! The only people they treat with respect are the ones with all the money.

The owner is never around I have tried to speak with him for months but I was told that he spends most of his time in his house in Florida. Anytime I have tried to trade out my car they just want more money.

He needs to know what is happening with his business and how the employees are treating people, not very good. I will be calling the bureau next.Don't go there!!!!!!!!

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