Hilltop Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram

Hilltop Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Review

Greg Smith a former scam artist in business 33 years as a desk manager accused of stealing the identities of unsuspecting customers and defrauding banks. This man is a smoove operator hiring sales man on parole / Probation stealing social security numbers from customers files. | He has recently hired a young Hispanic man who is on probation for attempted murder and froud with out a sales License. This man was lured in with Hispanic sales assistant Lugus who is the mastermind behind his criminal past doing 5 years in Folsom State prison. Mr. Smith the General manager is now feeling the heat on his crew who have never been tested for drug accusations. in the sale of used cars, remains a fugitive from justice. | These man are scam artist and change the prices on used vehicles to increase there sales for commission base! These man go as unknown last names and hide there credentials after being denied sales License. Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep at Hill Top in Richmond has a turnover rate due to not passing the background checks. Lugus pleaded guilty May 6 to felonies including 43 counts of forgery, 31 counts of grand theft and two counts of conspiracy. | The Bay Area man standing at 6’1 overweight 310 pounds large man 28 -year-old was sentenced to a year in jail. Ten years in state prison will be suspended if he successfully completes five years probation. His cover is discovered through his scams he recently got busted in. | Greg Smith is plotting to cover his background along with sales consultant George On parole for attempted murder and froud. Desk managers Greg Smith 51, of Richmond ca, and Mike In finance,…49, of Richmond, also pleaded guilty in May 20013 for attempted froud crimes and placed on probation with the same charges, with copping to another felony count of perjury by declaration. Mr. Smith was sentenced back then to 240 days in jail and five years probation, while Mike got a 360-day jail stretch to go with the five years of probation. | These two man are still running this Hill Top Dealership under the mask umbrella of criminal charges hanging over there heads. | In April 2007, the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) began investigating fraudulent activity at Hill Top Dodge …. car dealership and discovered that dating back to 2005 more than two dozen police reports had been filed with the Bay area Police Department regarding Richmond Hill Top Dodge. More than 100 unfair business complaints had also been filed with the DMV and Better Business Bureau. On July 9, 2007, the OCDA raided the dealership and seized two computers, electronic data from four additional computers, and approximately 350 boxes containing around 12,000 car transaction dealer jackets. | Each dealer jacket contained several documents including contracts, credit reports, applications, warranty and insurance information, and other documentation relevant to the sale or lease of a vehicle. These man are not being honest or legit by far. Be very aware and call your local police department if you feel taken off guard! | The felony charges in the case stem from the worst 31 fraudulent transactions “representing a small percentage of the large volume of evidence,” according to the OCDA. Translation: you’d be better off with a lemon from Toyota of Richmond even though radio listeners know those aren’t sold there. | Greg Smith was a minority share owner and general manager of Hill Top Dodge in Richmond responsible for day-to-day operations at the time of the crimes. Greg Smith desk manager who supervised dealership and other sales man who steal and cheat the company and customers out of there hard working money. sales staff, secured documentation and financing for vehicle sales, and signed off on all car sale deals. | Each participated in an elaborate conspiracy to sell used cars at prices above their normal Blue kelly book value. value to drive up the cost of monthly payments by customers….False loan information was submitted to defraud lenders and customers, who unwittingly had unaffordable loans secured in their names. Having slaes man jack up the slaes price on customers applications along with leaving there income as a higher value to lie to banks and approval of the loans. | This is unfair and needs to be notified admittedly. The VP of this dealership should be ashamed of letting these man run the front desk after this type of behavior and scams!! They defrauded banks out of an estimated $911,500 in financing through the submission of the falsified records, according to the OCDA, which counted eight known banks and lending institutions among the ripped off. In fact, Bank of America stopped conducting business with Greg Smith in June 2007 because of the high number of fraudulent vehicle loan packages from the dealership. primarily targeted Spanish-speaking customers who did not have proper identification or understand the process of buying a vehicle, according to the OCDA. | They lured these customers in to trick the system and make up fake employment to get them approved as well. “They obtained or created false identities and assigned the identities to customers without their knowledge in order to qualify for higher loans,” reads a statement from the OCDA. “They created fake customer pay-stubs to support the falsified claim of higher income. | The defendants encouraged victims to sign loan and purchase documents that had not been completed, and later filled in the documents with information that overstated the victims’ loan payment abilities.” Greg Smith & Lugus his assistant would have the sales consultant complete the application applications after the customer left to make it appear higher qualified for loans to be approved. | This is forgery and very unethical. Sticking customers–many of whom in this case lost their cars–with higher loans, extra warranties and expensive add-on items than they can afford is known as “loan packing.” But the fearsome foursome of Greg Smith’s Hill Top Dodge also stuck it to non-customers by stealing identities so their credit could be used for the real purchasers of used cars. These unwitting car buyers had it stuck to them if the actual car possessor flaked out on their loan payments. In the meantime, I wouldn’t buy anything from this dealership or Ford across the street from Dodge! Be aware of there false advertising and prices. The sales crew are very creepy and scam artist. Do not trust them or the managers. Mr. Jack Karma (510) 336-5671

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