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Tampering costs auto dealer his license

May 9, 2012 | 3 Comments

By Paul Daquilante
Of the News-Register

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06:04 pm - Wed, May 9 2012
buster said:
Great name for his business..."Ingregrity". What a crook. Bet there are so many more of these guys out there in the used car world. Guess the only way to make sure you get a clean title and correct odometer reading is to buy a new car.
06:50 am - Sat, May 12 2012
Silencedogood said:
New cars are too expensive and they drop in re-sale the minute you drive em' off the lot. I've bought used re-built cars from 3D auto in Sheridan for years and have never had a problem.

Not all used car guys are crooked but the ones like this guy give em' all a bad name.
03:23 pm - Tue, May 15 2012
Mark Langlois said:
Silencedogood, your right, not all of them are crooked. I feel bad for the ones that are "Good" I can just say to them to keep working hard at what you do and make people like us happy. As far as this scum bag. NEVER work in this business again. You should be made to return everyone's money. Bankruptcy here you come. Bastard!

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