I'm a 19 year old single mom who came in there with my baby. I purchased a minivan with the only money I had left. Which was only $5,500. The car had fairly low miles and Scott was my salesman. Tom is the owner and he promised me that the car was serviced by their mechanic 2 days before. He said all the fluids were changed and a fresh oil change was performed. I believe them because they seem sincere but in hindsight they are the classic and typical scammer car salesman type. Because not even 10 minutes after driving the car my engine seized. I towed the car back to them and they took their car to their mechanic. Mind you, they did not tell me where that mechanic is but since there was a GPS on the car I found out where the car was sitting. When I went to speak with a mechanic he said that he never did any work to that car and then the engine seized because there was no oil in the engine. Long story short, Paradise Auto Brokers are trying to charge me $3,500 to put a used motor and will not even help me get into another car. I will file a DMV complaint and pursue their bond company which I guess is common procedure in cases like this. And no I do not have anything in writing saying that a fresh fluid change was performed but I just took their word for it because he seemed sincere. A total scam and hard to believe they would do this to a 19 year old single mom
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