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Tiffany Narreau
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I've never witnessed a businessman display a level of professionalism as low as Moses (Festus) showed me. Within a week of purchasing a 2007 Kia Rondo from him, the check engine light came on. I live in Gwinnett County, so passing emissions is important. When I took it to my mechanic, they found a SLEW of codes that had recently been cleared. These were not new codes, they ranged from minor to major and now I'm having to put a new transmission into a vehicle that I never would have purchased had I known the knock sensors were toast via the check engine light that conveniently happened to be off. When I approached Moses about the issue of the check engine light, he first told me my gas cap was probably too loose. When I informed him of the diagnosis I received from 3 (yes, THREE) mechanics, he told me they were lying to me to get money out of me. Ironic that he called someone else a liar, seeing as how he didn't tell me an ounce of truth. He told me he was a private seller, selling his sister's car for her. The car was actually sent through multiple auctions before reaching Moses' hands and then flipped over to me within weeks. He said it was not involved in a single accident (and he knew, of course, because it was his "sisters" personal vehicle) but it's actually been in 2 damaging accidents. I spoke with a Clean Air Force representative and told her everything about the sale of this vehicle and the check engine light and was urged to file for a fraud investigation against Moses and F T Auto Sales, so that is in the works right now. I tried to work things out with him, and even went so far as offering to sell back the vehicle for even less than I paid him for it to accommodate my driving it for the week, and he told me I could sue him. Please give this man your business at your own risk, and do NOT believe a word he says. Believe a mechanic instead.
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