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David A.



The epitome of the crooked car salesman. Junk cars disguised as respectable vehicles. You'll start to notice the problems David has hidden from you pretty quickly after you've parted with your money and when you do, you'll find he's not quite as easy to get hold of or as helpful then. Do yourself a favor and steer clear.

Ternita S.



This Guy David speaks with a serpents tongue. He's a very fast talker and will sell you a dream. He had our BMW from 9/2 - 11/13. He is correct i did go to the police to retrieve my car and yes i felt as though he should not have received a dime. I was strung along for months and once he has your vehicle you are at his mercy. He inflated his prices under the pretense of hurricane Irma, we were told that all transmissions were being brought out due to flooding (joke) he then offered up vendors he uses one being LKQ. He was unaware that we knew a salesman at LKQ and found us the exact transmission that he price inflated. We used the additional money that he was going to charge us without a warranty and brought the transmission at a lower price with a warranty this completely upset him. Everything went down hill from there. Look future customers we are everyday hard woking people with a family we would have never taken our car to this guy without expecting to pay for our service just as we were not expecting to be lied to, nickled and dimed to death. This guy David Angarita is a complete liar and will take your money and you will continue with a vehicle in worse condition than when you started. Please pay attention to how quickly he fires back at a customer with a negative complaint. David Angarita is the definition of a poor businessman and a total rip off. Customers please be aware and do NOT trust him. Please see the text message dated October 4, 2017 at this point he has had my car 32 days this further proves this guy is a rip off and he denies that he told us that we could check around and recommended LKQ and another vendor that I can not remember. READ and you be the judge.

Sammy L.



Fantastic customer service and experience. The vehicle purchased was 10 out of 10. David was spot on with his description of the vehicle. I highly recommend doing business with this people. Thank you

Jeremy T.



Worst car I have ever bought. A 2006 "clean" Mitsubishi, bought sight unseen from manyecars. More fool me. Immediately it had problems. Only 1 key, 4 new tires needed, wheel nuts missing, most the bulbs gone, car was filthy inside, then the brakes & calipers needed doing within the first week . Whilst they were getting done, the mechanic pointed out that the oil temperature sender had been conveniently disconnected, the suspension was terribly worn and then there was rust everywhere underneath which had been poorly sprayed over with black paint to hide it / off load the car and there were signs of accident damage. Then the battery went flat (it had been replaced at some point with something not supposed to be on the car). The whole car got towed at least 10 times in the space of 1 year that I owned it and was off the road 25% of the time. Finally it just packed in and wouldn't start. Turns out that that the $800 I paid manyecars & Mr Angarita to change the timing belt before the car was delivered was either never done or done so poorly it ended up causing with engine damage. $2000 later for the engine to be rebuilt, the dash lit up again. Fixed everything one final time and just got rid of it for next to nothing. Terrible experience and a total con. Paid about $15,000 for the car which in reality was worth about $5,000. Then in the space of 12 months probably cost me at least another $5,000 in repairs. Ended up selling it for $4,000 after one year of ownership for parts.