Complaint: I bought a 2002 NISSAN XTERRA from Randy Adams Inc, TX, on the Internet in May this year, for $4500.00. Since I am not in USA to be able to inspect the car physically, I observed the photos closely and, noting some minor dents, asked Mr. Patrick Lavin, the Internet Sales manager, by email, if there were any other issues with the car that I should watch out for when I received the car. His exact reply on May 16 was: “The X-terra does have the MINOR dents you mentioned but you will have nothing needed on the vehicle in my opinion once it arrives to you!!”” My shipper (SHIPOVERSEAS INC.
Tags: Auto Dealers
Address: CA) appointed a trucker in TX to pick up and truck the car to Jacksonville port
Website: then report back to me. He never did. I later notified them of the estimated cost of putting another engine in car to car and asked them why they consealed the fact that the car had engine problem. No reply. To my shock
Phone: from where it will be shipped to Nigeria. The next report I got was that the car could not start when the trucker arrived at Jacksonville. The shipper had it towed to a workshop where it was confirmed that the engine had seized up. When I phoned the dealer about this