Compliance

BBB Warns Consumers of Fake Dealership

July 03, 2014

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The Better Business Bureau issued a warning to consumers about an auto center using a fake address to swindle car buyers, according to KMOV.com.

Dream Auto Center, also called Millennium Auto Center, has been using the address of a legitimate car restoration business. The owner said she has been contacted by 30 to 40 shoppers who believed they were buying cars from the auto center, which had a phony listing on Cars.com.

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