Dishonesty

Tom Ganley has been sued more than 400 times for unethical business practices, including violating lemon laws, misleading customers and even forgery.

 

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He was sold a car that was unsafe to drive…

Ganley told a man a car had never been in an accident, but it turned out that the car had actually been in a serious accident and was not safe to drive, endangering the customer. Ganley then refused to exchange the vehicle.

[Scott D. Zajaczkowski v Ganley BMW, Inc., Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County; 9/21/01]

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Their lies put her in danger…

Ganley sold one woman a car with thirteen thousand more miles and a weaker engine than he had promised her. Then they told her that a series of critical repairs had been made, when they had not been, endangering the customer.

[Rossi v. Ganley Chrysler-Jeep, Inc., Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County; 2/5/07]

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He was told ‘learn how to live with’ it…

Ganley sold one man a car with body damage and added an extra thousand dollars to the loan at closing. Ganley’s manager told the man to “learn how to live with” the damage.

[Christopher Stegawski v. American Honda Finance Corp. and Ganley Honda and American Honda Motor Co., Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County, Case No. CV-08-663899, 7/2/2008]

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He was loaned a stolen car…

When a customer traded in his old car to Tom Ganley’s dealership, Ganley loaned him a stolen car. When the customer attempted to get his old car back, Ganley lied to the customer telling him it had already been sold when in fact it had suffered serious damage while in Ganley’s possession.

[Robert Jones v Ganley Dodge, Inc., Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County; 10/12/05]

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