DO NOT BUY A CAR EVER AT THIS PLACE! We were behind three weeks on a payment for April 2014. They towed the car and then lied about the payments received. They basically take advantage of poor people by stealing their cars and reselling them making it impossible to pay added on fees that were never owed. In our case, the amount due to pay of the car by July 2014 was $626.00. They stole the car and both keys on May 10, 2014. Even if they had not received the late payment sent for April, the payment was not 30 days past due. They picked up the car and then added on more fees that included May, June, July and maybe April too and then a $350 repo fee so they could make more money off of the vehicle than the sales price of $2999.00. They have a repo guy sitting in their office going around picking up cars all day that we witnessed while we were there, When I spoke to the "owner" , he used the "F" word screaming at me but admitting that he had every payment but April 2014 then said but May's was due in two days when they took the car. This is no different than the case in CA where the police department was towing cars from people's houses who were poor, trying to force them to pay fees to get the car back that they could not afford and then driving the cars themselves or re selling the cars. These people should be in jail.
My personel opinion with LBS is an awesome one the receptionish showed me the vehicles that were in our price range we drove 2 of them and bought 1 shes a great sales lady professional but yet personel my wife even started telling her about our loss. this was the first tme my wife talked about it. Arlene is a good and great asset to the company and we love our Explorer. DONT go any where else. LBS and Arelene will help you out shes looking for a car for our daughter now.
Randy & Kathy
My fiancé bought a dodge truck last week from lbsi as soon as he got a mile down the road the truck broke down throwing oil everywhere no oil pressure. We had it towed back to them they are very rude people they wasn't goin to fix it but then finally they said they would it has been at the mechanic shop for a week now and the mechanic is telling us one thing and the owner of lbsi is telling us another thing these people are crooks so do not buy from there no matter what they say they are the rudest people I have ever known on my life
horrible people were rude and got a chevy blazer that fell apart soon after i got it off the lot then tried to talk to them about it they kept on trying to direct me to another lbsi store in florida and im like for what , i wasted 2000 bucks for nothing but rudeness and poor quality
12/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I don't know why the other people are giving such negative reviews on this site. I had a good experience 2 weeks ago purchasing a 2003 Ford Explorer with my wife. I have been looking around for a couple weeks for a good deal and I found one here. Let me tell you, when I called up, Rick answered the phone in a very polite attitude and answered all my questions right off to bat. That I though was pretty good so I drove down the next day and took the Explorer for a test drive. This thing rode nice and better than I expected because it has almost 147,000 miles on it. I know though that these Ford trucks are good rides. I still can't believe I only paid $3,700 for this thing. My kids love this so far this winter in the rain and all. We just got back from Ohio for Christmas and it made the trip without any problems. My wife is in need of a car this spring so we will be going back to talk to them. I will definately refer LBSi Automotive to all my friends. Rick made the sale quick and easy. Thanks LBSi Automotive!
09/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This place doesn't deserve even a 1 star rating. Save yourself the aggravation and avoid this place at all costs.
Here is my experience at LBSI Automotive LLC in Uniontown:
I called in to take a look at a 97 cavalier. After answering the phone rudely, as if I was bothering him, Rick Kanuch, a salesman, told me the cavalier was in stock and also a sunfire. He said the only thing wrong with the cavalier was the wheel bearing, and said there was nothing at all wrong with the sunfire. I said I would be coming in a few hours. After driving an hour to get there, when I arrive he says to me after sighing when I walked in the door ""You're not going to buy today, are you? My hands are full."" After looking at the cavalier he tells me it also needs an exhaust, turn signal, and some other things. Then he tells me about the sunfire's ignition, which after messing with for ten minutes, both me and my brother could not get it to budge. (Also, LBSI had posted on Craigslist, Autotrader, and their website that the vehicle had 97k miles on the odometer. It actually had 178k miles. This was not a typo)
I KINDLY asked why he told me all of these things on the phone about how they were fine mechanically, and just need a little cosmetic work. Never once raised my voice or got an attitude. He tells me he's done with me, and calls me an a**hole. He approached me as if he was going to take a swing, but probably realizing he's half my size he slams the door in my face. No, i'm not making any exaggerations or leaving anything out. All of this because I politely asked why I was given false information.
If you go to Lbsi Automotive, make sure you are able to defend yourself, as Rick may try to beat you up!
07/19/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I purchased a car from LBSI Automotive LLC. We were in a pinch and needed a car, striking out everywhere we went. We finally came across a car on a used car website to a used car dealership an hour and a half away in Uniontown. My girlfriend and I are both in school and both have jobs that support us. Neither of us have money right now to buy a new car so we really cut back on everything just to get a $2000 car. We bought a 1997 Chrysler Sebring Convertible as it was listed at 99,999 miles (which we interpreted at somewhere around 100,000 miles). We were told it had a new paint job and ran great. It wasn