My own experience in June 2017 was dreadful.I was contacted by New England Auto Network in hopes of buying a used auto.
Kurt Prondecki is the principal owner. In order to start the search for an auto, Prondecki required me to hold the car with a down payment of $ 4000.00 with a bank wired transfer of $ 2000.00 upfront, which I did. There was no agreement or contract entered into. Their salesman Corey, pushed me to wire the $2000.00 to save the car they showed on line!
After reviewing my budget for the rest of the year, I determined that now was not a good time and felt pushed to make the investment in an auto at this time. Within 3 days, I contacted New England Auto Network to request a refund. I was told that Mr. Prondecki was 'on vacation' and that I should call back when Kurt was back from vacation.
I tried on numerous occasions to reach Mr. Prondecki but my voicemail was never responded to. It is now mid-September and I have contacted the Attorney General's office who has sent them a letter demanding them to make a refund to me. So far there has been no refund.
Caveat Emptor. Buyer Beware!
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Review about: New England Auto Network Owner.
Reason of review: Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy.
Monetary Loss: $2000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.