Better Business Bureau® of the Upstate South Carolina (BBB) Is issuing an alert for consumers currently and previously involved with Auto Center of Greer, LLC and Justin Gibson’s Automotive Supercenter in Greer, South Carolina.Since the business opened in July of 2015, BBB has received 15 complaints. Within the past year, BBB has received complaints outlining issues such as financing, condition of the vehicles, and adhering to contractual agreements.One issue reported to BBB which affected the credit of consumers was the failure to pay off trade-in vehicles. One unanswered complaint alleged “we purchased a vehicle from Justin Gibson's Auto Center and entered a written contract. Dealership agreed on set price of vehicle to be bought as well as vehicle being traded in. Loan paperwork was completed for the new vehicle and signed giving stated business payment for the new vehicle. Dealership was given a 10 day payoff to be completed as agreed for trade-in taken per signed contract. After numerous phone calls, messages and being point blank lied to in person on the whereabouts of said payoff check trade in is still not paid off [after 75 days] nor have they provided Registration and License plates for the new vehicle. Complete breach of contract still not handled in excess of 30 days. Trade-in has already been sold approx. 10 days ago although they have no title or ownership of vehicle.”After attempts to contact the business numerous times by phone, email and postal mail went unanswered, BBB was forced to close 11 of the complaints as unanswered. After finally reaching Justin Gibson on January 19, 2017 and discussing the current volume of unanswered complaints from all three dealerships as well as the complaint process procedure, Gibson requested all unanswered complaints be sent to him to remedy the situation. After immediately complying with his request, BBB has not heard from Gibson or the business.Within the past few days BBB has received reports that the company may have closed their doors, although there has been no notification posted at the location or any online platform, the only indication being the lack of cars in the lot. Following multiple inquiries by BBB on the status of operation, a social media page for the business promoting a “sell off madness” with $1,000 vouchers - the only hint of their dissolution - was deleted.For consumers who were in the midst of a transaction with the business, Better Business Bureau of the Upstate encourages them to contact Gibson’s Spartanburg dealership Auto Center Elite and the DMV in Columbia, South Carolina.When searching for a used car, check out these BBB tips to make the process as seamless as possible: https://www.bbb.org/en/us/article/tips/14088-bbb-tip-buying-a-used-carContact Better Business Bureau of Upstate SC with any issues and go to http://www.bbb.org/upstatesc to find an accredited dealership in your area.