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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 16 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that lowered the rating for Feldman Kia include:
- Length of time business has been operating
Factors that raised the rating for Feldman Kia include:
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
- BBB has sufficient background information on this business.
Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details
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|Problems with Product/Service||1|
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Department of State
Michigan Dept. of State, Lansing MI 48918
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Jay S Feldman, Owner
Auto Dealers - New Cars
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|2/20/2013||Advertising/Sales Issues | Complaint Details Unavailable|
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Complaint: I am concerned that Feldman Kia is attempting to deceive potential clients with false advertising. I have a memo written ** **** *** ******** on 7/16/2012 admitting that his company had 7 false ads printed in three different newspapers and it took nearly 2 months to address this issue: although I do not know if any real action was taken, since the memo was only printed recently. Upon their most recent ad, which was printed in the Detroit Free Press on 7/15/2012, I visited the dealership to see the advertised special. He stated once again, that he did not have even a single vehicle at that price, nor did he know if he would ever get one. He did, however, tell me that they had a more expensive vehicle that I could look at. Isn't this the definition of a bait and switch? Also, when going over payment information, they would never give me the details on how my payment was $15 more a month, than how I calculated it using VinQuote: an online service found on the Michigan DMV site. I would like this organization to be held responsible for the ads they print, and be able to offer at least one vehicle at printed price. Otherwise, what's the point. I would also like an inquiry as to whether or not this has happened in the past, and to make sure they have to print a retraction if the ads are misleading/false. Please contact me back when this issue has been looked at.
Desired Settlement: I wish that they would offer the car they printed in their original ad for which I visited the dealership. It was a print ad dated 7-12-12 in which they printed a 2012 Kia Sportage LX with keyless entry, auto trans, and alloy wheels for $19,933. If this is not possible, I would like an investigation into their practices for printed ads, or to require them to stop printing ads for which they cannot offer a product. Or to require more disclaimers on the bottom, including stock numbers etc. Thanks.
Thank You for contacting me. I had been trying to work out a deal with Mr. ******** to make him happy. We offered to sell him and his wife the vehicle that they picked which was a higher priced and not
the ad vehicle, for the same price as the ad vehicle. We are trying to earn thier business in and keep them happy.
[A default letter is provided here which indicates your rejection of the business's offer.
Better Business Bureau:
I have reviewed the offer made by the business in reference to complaint ID 9132610, and have determined that this proposed action would not resolve my complaint. For your reference, details of why I am rejecting this offer appear below:
1. We want the vehicle in the ad dated 7/12 in which a 2012 Kia Sportage LX with backup sensors was listed for $19,933, or better.
2. If this can be satisfied, our issue will be resolved.
3. I have followed up with *** ****** (not sure on spelling) as I returned his call on Saturday 7/21/2012 at approximately 12:00 pm noon and left a voice message. I have not received another call back from this dealer to resolve the issue.
3. If this cannot be satisfied, we will have to continue with our complaint and make sure more stipulations are satisfied.
4. I have asked for contact information of the District Manager as well as the Owner of Feldman Kia and I have received no response, neither written nor verbal, regarding this contact information request.
Attached is the print ad from 7/12/12. Thank you.
BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the information provided by all parties, BBB determined that the business handled the matter appropriately, and no further action was needed.