Scam Artist

Metro Motor Sales of Longwood - Scam Artist

Do NOT buy a car from METRO MOTORS in Longwood, Fl!!!!

Dan is nothing but a lieing, scam artist, *** artist who takes advantage of people in desperate situations!!!!

The day I bought the car for one, he wouldn't even let me test drive it. Probably because the gas light was on and it wouldnt go anywhere. Should have been my first hint right there.

Then when I went to leave the battery didnt work, so he had to replace it with another one that he pulled out of another *** car....

The key to the ignition didnt work either, the pins in it were broken.

The head lights fall out of the car. The head gasket is busted, the radiator is busted, doesnt even run for the past 4 months!!!!

I am tired of putting money into fixing the *** car!!!!

After replacing all 4 tires, thermostat, ignition and multiple hoses I am over it!!!

They avoid phone calls as well and refuse to do anything, Dan says "have you had a mechanic look at it?" Yes I have and they cant believe the *** I was sold...

DO NOT EVER BUY A CAR FROM METRO MOTORS IN LONGWOOD!! They are nothing but a scam and sell *** cars that dont run... Scam artists!!!!!

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I totally agree that the salesman who sold you the vehicle is a disgusting POS, but the blame here is on you for buying it. You should always know exactly what your putting a good chunk of change down for.

I'll compare it like this. You have 3 doors, they open up doors 1 and 2 to show you what great prizes you have to choose from, and then of course you have the mysterious 3rd door that has a prize hidden behind it and you can't see what's behind it, and then you make your choice of door 3 and you get your raggedy car.

Always be one step ahead. Salesman are taught tricks to persuade the customer. Trust me, when you work on a commission, you will say whatever the customer wants to hear just to make a sell, and from that point on, they don't care about you.

Dealerships sell used vehicles "AS IS" and the corporate offices of the manufacturers of these vehicles will not do anything for you because you should know what you're getting yourself into. Always read the small print before you sign as well.


Forgive me for stating the obvious, but why would you purchase any big-ticket item without testing it first? Did you not even look at the car before you bought it?

You allowed yourself to get ripped off, and you want to blame the seller. I hate used car salesmen as much as the next guy, but this is completely on you.


Why did you even purchase the car...You are as much at fault. lol


"...he wouldn't even let me test drive it."

Here's the moral of the story, kids. You willingly allowed yourself to be *** Overall, $1600 is fairly cheap for a valuable life lesson. Just be sure to learn it.

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