Rick Hill is a scam!
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Mrbig

Memphis, TN

#1 Mar 27, 2014
Ok I am sure a lot of. you received the package in the mail from Rick Hill Nissan. you scratch off 3 places and if you match you get the prize. In my case I got 3 triple 7's and so did 2 of my neighbors. to the right of that it says if you get 3 triple 7's you win a 50 inch flat screen. TV. No-were in the mail does it say you have to match anything else to get the TV. Ok so I carry my winning ticket to Rick Hill and they say that my confirmation number on my ticket has to match the number they have on a poster in the store. And the salesman,,, his name was Tom Sweetman wreaked of alcohol!!! I knew this was a scam but I went to the place and argued with them anyway. Rick Hill you are such a scam!!!
Reverand Sharpton

Nashville, TN

#2 Mar 27, 2014
If you want to see a scam....try buying a vehicle from them with an "alleged" clean carfax only to find out that the car had over $6,000 in damage to it 9 months prior including significant frame damage and your trunk leaks!

You get told that you have local trade in and come to find out.....the car was bought at an auction and is from Pennsylvania

NOTHING BUT CON ARTISTS AND LIARS AT RICK HILL NISSAN!!

Go by their holding lot on St. John where Sound Waves used to be and see the wrecked vehicles waiting to go to their body shop on East Court where the piano store used to be! If you buy from the con artists....you better have a reputable body shop and mechanic check your vehicle out first
guest

Forrest City, AR

#3 Mar 27, 2014
Go to the old sound waves building on st john and look at all the wrecked cars. Then go to the old piano store on east court and that's the body shop.. you do the math.. all operated by Rick Hill Nissan
Yeah it is true

Ripley, TN

#4 Mar 27, 2014
I got one of their mailings too. Supposedly I "won" $5,000. But I knew it was a scam. Even when you "win" a small prize like a tiny BBQ grill they claim they've run out. They give you a rain check which is worthless.

There should be a law against these kinds of scams. I wasn't going to waste my time arguing with them for my $5,000 b/c I knew they had some tiny fine print somewhere. Then I noticed something to the effect that you had to use the $5,000 in purchasing a car from them. BINGO!
nope

Memphis, TN

#5 Mar 27, 2014
Wait, there are people don't just throw those things away???
nope

Memphis, TN

#6 Mar 27, 2014
nope wrote:
Wait, there are people don't just throw those things away???
*who
Just Me

Ripley, TN

#7 Mar 27, 2014
Car lots all over west Tennessee call the place Ricks Wrecks just ask em.
Mrbig

Trenton, TN

#8 Mar 27, 2014
yep rick hill wrecks,,,, rick hill is a piece of shit.. I bet he has small balls. He is as loser!!!!
guest

Sioux City, IA

#9 Mar 27, 2014
Why do so many people get pissed because they didn't have enough sense to read the fine print. It's just like publisher's clearing house.....it's for "a CHANCE to win". Someone will win.
guest

Cherokee, AL

#10 Mar 28, 2014
Well duhh.....
guest

Trenton, TN

#11 Mar 28, 2014
Don't go there with your Nissan vehicle and ask them to look at a tire because it is low of pressure. You will be told to come back 2 hours later. JERKS!
FreeSpeech

Dyersburg, TN

#12 Mar 28, 2014
Two years ago when I was looking to buy a new Nissan, one of their managers told me on the phone that they would not come off the sticker price, Then he said in fact we sometimes sell them for $1000.00 over the sticker price. I said not to me you Don't and went to Carlock in Jackson and they knocked about 15% off sticker price.

You got to watch them on service also. I took my pickup there for service. After one service they told me I needed new brake pads on all 4 wheels. plus some other work that totaled about $1100.00. I took it to a friend he looked at it said I did not need the new brakes or any of the work.
70,000 miles later they changed my oil and rotated my tires. I asked about the brakes, the service man replied, front brakes are about half worn and the rear look almost new. I had not changed them, so what happened.
guest

Cordova, TN

#13 Mar 28, 2014
Don't buy any car in dyersburg, go to Jackson..
guest

Osceola, AR

#14 Mar 28, 2014
I get my thrill from Rick Hill.Thanks for the mouthwash,Tom.
i agree

Forrest City, AR

#15 Mar 28, 2014
Go to Jackson way better deals. Never buy from small town nobodies
BAM

Tulsa, OK

#16 Mar 28, 2014
They sell a lot of vehicles there. You see more cars with rick hill Nissan on the front plate here in dyersburg than any other car lot around. They can finance anyone. So if your that desperate for a car, don't complain. They all look good on the outside so hats off to the body shop they had to for so many people to buy them. Yes you can get a MUCH netter deal out of town but some people just don't have the credit to buy just anywhere. Its easier to buy a used car from rh than any other uses car lot because of the financing. Hell they will try to go 72mos on 'em if they could so you can have a nice looking car living in the PJs or working at McDonalds.....think about it!
xoxoxoxox

Sioux City, IA

#17 Mar 28, 2014
guest wrote:
I get my thrill from Rick Hill.Thanks for the mouthwash,Tom.

he must have gave it to you good with a bad taste afterwards, huh
Wrestling fan

Henderson, TN

#18 Mar 28, 2014
BAM you are an idiot!! They finance people that don't have the intelligence to understand finance rates. They don't realize that $375 for 72 months is $27,120 for a $12,000 car at 21% interest.

As far as the cars looking good....if you knew anything about body work, you can see their GARBAGE work from 20 feet away. I can walk on their lot and tell you every car that has been hit and show you the shitty work!! I can also show you fake car fax reports given showing no damage to cars then running VIN through your insurance company and clearly shows thousands in frame damage!! Their shop is horrible and doesn't have one single employee that would make it at a LEGIT shop in town
Wrestling fan

Henderson, TN

#19 Mar 28, 2014
Ask all over West Tennessee at car lots about Rick Hill Nissan. Even car lots in Memphis talk about hating to take trade ins bought at "Rick Hills Wrecks!"
Will Never Change

Trenton, TN

#21 Mar 30, 2014
As a kid my mother got a car from them. It was under "warranty.",? But she had to bring it to them quite a bit. Finally because she felt they were screwing her around because she was a woman, she called the corporate office and there was never an issue after that. Being young (8), I didn't understand that these jerkoffs were the problem. Needed a little gas saver. Found one. Of course, it was a wrecked vehicle they did NOT disclose. I will NEVER go back there. I am in the process of talking with corporate and maybe one day these scam artists will be out of business. Maybe if ppl would quit buying from them.

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