Ace Recovery and Rock solid auto sales Phoenix Arizona

Complaint: I am the father of the individual who previously filed a report about two Criminal organizations in Mesa Arizona that go by the name of Ace Recovery LLC. and Rock Solid Auto sales. My son bought a vehicle from Rock Solid Auto sales out of sheer desperation, having to go to work and support his family. Not having established credit yet. he happend onto this establishment wich sold him a 2005 Chevy Malibu with of course a knocking Engine. Not being Mechanicaly inclined or knowledgable about Automobiles my son purchased this piece of junk with an Engine that could throw a rod at any time. My son called Rock Solid to tell them he wanted return the vehicle to them,of course they refused to take it back and said he would have to wait for reposession. Eventually they repossesed it and sent the big bad Ace Recovery after him with what appears to be fake court documents. I personally have been talking to other people that have had the same experience with these Organized criminals.I being the concerned and loving Father i am will be calling the Attorney Generals Office and The office of Mr. Tom Horne to ask for a complete investigation of these two so-called companies, that are beyond Repugnant.

Tags: Auto Dealers

Address: ACE Debt Recovery, LLC1225 w. Main st MesaArizona8 Mesa, Arizona United States of America


Phone: 1-888-8075158

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