In October, 2006, I purchased a 2006 Ford Escape. The dealer assured me it had undergone the 115 point inspection to classify the vehicle as a "Ford Certifed Vehicle." Guess what? A few months after purchasing the vehicle, I took it back to the dealer. The tires were defective; they had bumps on the insides, the driver's side electric window was inoperative, the rear rotors were scored and the brakes were completely worn, and the vehicle was out of alignement. Why were all of these defects present? "I was told by the shop manager at the dealership that the mechanic who was entrusted to conduct the 115 point inspection and then certify the vehicle, had not done that. The manager told me the mechanic had been fired for falsifying records. So, where does that leave me? I and my family are driving around in a defective vehicle.
For the past two years, I have attempted to get some type resolve from the dealer and from Ford Motor Company. All I've received so far is the run-a-round. The dealer has gone out of business! Good news for me, huh?
I am going to contact an attorney and sue the dealer and Ford for FRAUD. If there may be any of you who have experienced such complaints with a Ford vehicle, and neither the dealer, nor Ford Motor Company will resolve your complaints, please post your message, and send me an email at email@example.com
. You and I are entitled to receive fair value for our hardearned dollars! Don't let these companies get away with defrauding us! If you won't take action to ensure your interests, nobody else will do it for you!