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Dynamic Motor Group

Country United States
State Texas
City Houston
Phone 713-955-1052

Dynamic Motor Group Reviews

  • Sep 23, 2017

I purchased a 2010 BMW 550i GT from this dealer. My bank wired the money and the vehicle has been delivered. I still have not received the title and have not been able to get in touch with anybody. My only contact is Zack Iqbal. I have emailed, called, and left numerous messages. Still, no one has responded. It has been just over a month now and I am starting to get concerned. I have seen other reports that complain about the same thing, so it seems this dealer is making a habit of selling vehicles and not giving the buyers the title. Can you please assist me and prevent further escalation?

  • Apr 7, 2017

Bought a 2000 Jaguar XKR from Dynamic Auto Group aka Prime Auto Direct, Houston Texas on 14 February 2017. Salesperson was Zack Iqbal. Found car on EBAY. Car was promptly delivered to Indiana in good shape with only problems discussed and accepted. No problem with car itself. The transport driver did not have the title. Car was represented as having a clear title and car fax also shows no title discrepancies with its VIN. Have called at least 15 times to get title. Rarely get through - have to leave a voice mail which is never returned. Use a friend's phone with a different area code to call them. They will answer that call thinking they have a new victim on the line, otherwise you get the answering machine. When you run out of friends with different area codes, thats a problem. When you do get through, its the same lie - the auction company screwed up the title, it will be in the mail Monday, we will call you tomorrow, etc. etc. The one thing so far is NO TITLE even though the car is fully paid for. I have read they do this to many other buyers and I saw one report claiming extortion of more money to get a title. I do not see how the State of Texas or their DMV can let these people stay in business. BBB has them rated "F" for this same stuff and even more. If you are an out-of-state buyer you will be better served to buy somewhere else. I am thinking now that a lawsuit is the only way to get a title out of them. There is no reason for any rational business person to act this way unless their floorplan financing is holding the title in which case that should have been disclosed. All I want from them is the title- however, learn from this, DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM!!

  • Feb 15, 2017

I won an eBay auction by these guys - they then cancelled the auction. Their standard method of operation is to place auto's in an eBay auction with NO RESERVE.

They do not follow through with the sale of the car if they do not get the price that they think they should. They have a method of removing NEGATIVE FEEDBACK - hard to imagine but its true.

I left negative feedback and the same day saw another person had the same complaint - the next day both our NEGATIVE FB's were gone.

The bottom line is - do not waste your time dealing with these slimely dealers. Google them and you will see horror story after horror story.

  • Mar 29, 2016

Being in the market for a used car, I've had the unfortunate luck to deal with some less than savory people. I saw this particular BMW 7-Series for sale on eBay, it was a nice car but the price seemed too good to be true. As a BMW fanatic, I'm quite knowledgable about the cars, what to look for, what to avoid, and the questions to ask. I was skeptical about this ad, but I figured there was no harm in calling. Some gent answered the phone and it was clear that he didn't want to be bothered.

i quickly got to the point. All of my questions were answered with one or two word responses. It was clear that this guy either had no clue or didn't give a rats a*s. I'm of the mind that you attract more flies with honey than with vinegar, so I remained extra polite as I continued to press this guy for information. He continues with his apathetic one word answer/lies. After a few minutes he asks "can I call you back in 15 minutes, you called me right in the middle of lunch". I say sure, that's fine, completely expecting never to hear from him again. Which I didn't.

i didn't get ripped off by these clowns, but after reading about them on the Internet and putting it together with my experience, I would say that I got lucky. In their ads they specifically note that the titles usually arrive after the car. That seemed weird until I read several people complain that they hold the title hostage until you pay them More money, or say positive but fake things about them on the Internet. The Better Business Bureau gives them an F. AN F!! That would be hilarious if it weren't so sad. Avoid these assholes, they are proof positive of two things A) if it seems too good to be true, it's probably false, and B) do your research!


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