Post Profile

How A Car Dealer Screwed An Old Couple On Social Security Out Of $2,300 A Month [Stealerships]

There comes a certain age where your wits have started to leave you, but your money hasn't. And that's the perfect time for ripoff artists to strike. Like the story of this elderly couple, whose only stated income was $2,600 a month in Social Security benefits, got talked into, and approved for, a 2011 Cadillac STS with payments of $2,300 a month. Fantastic. Guess now you'll have a really fancy place to eat your cans of dog food in.
read more


Related Posts

Three stories of hardship put a face on L.A.'s exorbitant housing costs

Health : LA Times: Health

In Reseda, an elderly couple fret about where they will go at the end of the month, when they are forced out of the one-room apartment they have lived in for 29 years.

Keeping More of Your ETF Capital Gains and Income

Business & Finance / Investing : ETF Expert

According to the Social Security Administration, the average monthly benefit for retired workers of 65 years of age is $1,300 per month, or $15,600 per year. Median family income in the United States is currently $54,000. With rough...

ISIS Claims Deadly Car Bomb In Yemen's Capital Targeting Houthi Rebels

News : Huffington Post

SANAA, June 20 (Reuters) - Islamic State group said it was behind a car bomb that exploded in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Saturday near the Qiba al-Mahdi mosque, killing two people and wounding six others, witnesses and a security sour...

Car Dealer Who Accidentally Sold BMW For $1 Online Honors Sale [Stealerships]

Vehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

It seems we hear about stealerships trying to con their way out of an auction gone wrong on a nearly weekly basis. So when we heard that a New Zealand dealership accidentally listed a BMW with a $1 Buy-It-Now, we were expecting a pr...

We Want Your Car Dealer Horror Stories [Stealerships]

Vehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

There's car dealerships that give the auto industry a bad rap. And then there are the ones that make those look like fuzzy kittens. We've highlighted them with "Cotomer Sevis," but now we're ready to give them a name and its own inv...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC