Over the years, dealerships get caught up in various controversies, flaws, and disputes. Recently, we covered an incident where a dealership sold a C8 Corvette–that went through courtesy delivery–to another buyer. Fortunately, that incident found a resolution.
This time, we spotted another alarming issue involving a dealership in California. We saw a TikTok video uploaded by user “ihatecarslol,” where he narrated his sickening experience with CNC Motors in St. Upland, CA.
According to him, he consigned his 2020 C8 Corvette to the said dealership back in October 2020. He believed that by consigning to a dealership, his Vette would sell faster. It did sell a month later. However, the money that he should receive was never given to him by CNC Motor. The user also said that the dealership did not inform him about the vehicle’s sale.
“Ever since they have been dodging me when I ask them for a payment,” he said on the video. He indicated that the amount he should receive is $92,000.
Here are the complete details of his ill-fated story:
Based on his narratives, it seems that the dealership was not transparent with the consignee. He is not the only one who had this type of experience with CNC Motors. In another TikTok video, he stated many people reached out to tell similar stories.
According to the Chevy Dude, a chevy salesman, it is necessary to thoroughly scrutinize a dealership’s reputation before you enter a transaction with them. This way, you will be able to avoid getting scammed or ripped off.