Review: Jones Deacon Autos

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Orlando, FL

#1 Oct 26, 2009
Deacon Jones is your typical scumbag used car dealer. Don't make the mistake of buying anything from him. He will overcharge you beyond belief. He has a reputation built on lies and deceit. A friend of mine rented out space in his disgusting office complex, with mold growing everywhere and carpet from the 70's. He lied to him about the zoning and a lot of other things.
Jim McDougal

Orlando, FL

#2 Jan 24, 2010
I couldn't agree more with others posts regarding Deacon Jones. He is a very dishonest businessman. I think that the powers that be in Ocoee must be made aware of his business practices. We all must work together to shut his business down!!!

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