More Fraud Reports Filed Against Nashville Motor Cars

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At least five more fraud reports have been filed by Murfreesboro residents against Nashville Motor Cars. In all of the cases filed with Murfreesboro Police recently, a similar story of no titles being given to the victims.

A South Church Street woman reported last Wednesday she'd been issued two temporary tags by the company for her 2003 Chrysler Pacifica crossover and has yet to see a title.

A Seward Crossing Boulevard man told police Thursday he traded for a BMW, but it had mechanical issues. The company had agreed to fix the problems. That's when he traded back vehicles. But when in possession of his old car, the radio had been removed. He then found he still owes the bank for the BMW he no longer possesses. The victim reported he traded for the vehicle at the Smyrna location of Nashville Motor Cars.


Also last Thursday, a Stones River Lane woman told authorities she was still not in possession of the title for a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder.

In addition, a Nashville man reported to local authorities he was told by Nashville Motor Cars his bank loan of over 12-thousand dollars was paid. He alleges it was never paid off and he's no longer in possession of the vehicle.


On Friday, a Lascassas Pike woman reported to M-P-D she bought a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado pickup from Nashville Motor Cars and has yet to receive a title.

At this point, charges have not been filed against any employees at Nashville Motor Cars. The case is still under investigation.

MPD Incident Reports #15-13160, 15-13092, 15-13069, 15-13066, 15-13027

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