Murfreesboro Police Reports continue to be filed against Nashville Motor Cars

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Police reports continue to be filed in regards to alleged victims of Nashville Motor Cars. The company had two car lots, one in Murfreesboro and the second near the Nissan Manufacturing Facility in Smyrna. As past news reports have outlined, the company closed down several weeks ago with all vehicles being taken away on car haulers in the dead of night.

The recent reports show the same problem for many... missing car titles. Multiple reports claim that after buyers purchased vehicles from the company, they failed to receive a title to properly obtain a license plate and insurance.

Other reports show that Nashville Motor Cars failed to pay off vehicles that were traded in. The quagmire has left some car owners with two and even three car payments after thinking they bought only one car.

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The reason why some customers are stuck with three car payments is because the car they initially bought had problems, so they would return the vehicle and get a different one with a new loan. However, the reality is that the dealer is accused of accepting the return of the vehicle while apologizing for the inconvenience and the buyer then thought the problem was corrected, but they just bought another vehicle. In some instances, the problem vehicle would then be sold again to a new buyer, according to police reports filed this month in Murfreesboro.

Other reports deal with cars left at the lot on consignment. The cars that were left by their owners were left with the thought that the vehicle would be sold. Now, those consignment cars are missing.

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So far, no arrests have been made as the case is still under investigation.

Source(s) - Not a complete list of all reports filed:

  • MPD Incident Report #15-12544
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13160
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13661
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13092
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13069
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13066
  • MPD Incident Report #15-13027
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12923
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12429
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12543
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12432
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12556
  • MPD Incident Report #15-15531
  • MPC Incident Report #15-12525
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12535
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12447
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12453
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12525
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12455
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12465
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12469
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12477
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12479
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12481
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12229
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12292
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12315
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12330
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12332
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12336
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12520
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12522
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12436
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12441
  • MPD Incident Report #15-12518

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