Jefferson County Used Cars located in Ranson, WV 25438 has been selling used (auction purchased) vehicle to their Customers for years. Many of these Customers are and have been repeat buyers who trust the service JCUCs provides hoping to get a reliable vehicle. Recently many Customers have been making complaint to numerous internet site including the National Fraud Alerts that JCUCs has been selling “lemons”. Not only is JCUCs selling “lemons”, JCUCs is enforcing their Costumer to purchase a vehicle warranty by their providers as a condition of said purchase. This idea eliminates “open and free” markets to Customers. JCUCs Owners Larry and “Kay” Boyd along with their Sons sell these used “Lemons” used vehicle. It is highly advised to all Customers to completely check out these vehicles prior to purchase including tires, electrical system, exhaust system, drive train and the motor of course. Unfortunately, JCUCs has an agreement with Jim’s Auto Service is Ranson, WV to slap on an inspection sticker even is the vehicle would not pass State Inspection Regulations. Many fraud wedsite owners recommend staying clear of Jefferson County Used Cars in Ranson, WV.. Many Customers will be filing complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and possibly with the State of West Virginia consumer affairs department. Many of the Customers are asking to keep their name out of these complaint due to recourse by JCUCs. .
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 09:46 am, October 10, 2019 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/jefferson-county-used-cars-review/.
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