Ali Abdulaziz Ali Alwazzan, Al-Wazzan Auto Group, Alwazzan Auto, Shaban Auto, Aljumaily, LLC Fraud and misrepresentation in ad on Craigslist for a 2003 BMW 540I for sale. Phoenix Arizona!!. Advertized and represented himself as a private seller, but car had a dealer plate on it. His ad said the car had no problems. Ad said car had new tires, new radiator, new brakes, new temp sensor, and lots of other new parts. This guys is a total scam artist. I didn’t even make it home the night I bought it. It lost all power and I barely made it into a parking lot to pull over off the main road. The car was dead and would not start. This was about 9:30 pm. I text Ali the next day and he told me to check the battery cable. About 6:00pm that evening I got a ride to the car, and the battery cable was very loose. I believe he loosened the battery cable on purpose so it would break down before the car started to overheat, to try to maske the real problem as long as possible. I mean, why would anyone sell a car knowing that it has a loose battery cable? I would think that anyone trying to sell a car would tighten up the battery cable and anything else it needed. After I got the car started and drove itt 3 miles to me house the following day, I got a flat tire. Had it towed to Gooyear Auto. I had to get 4 new tires because all of the tires were cracking and there were 3 different sized tires on the car. After I got the new tires, tried to drive it to the store and it started overheating. After putting over 1500.00 into the vehicle, I am told it has a cracked cylinder head or blown head gasket. I have not benn able to drive the car since I purchased it in December, 2015. Ali told me the car had never been in an accident. As I was looking at the bumper which was not the original bumper, then he said that he barely bumped something but it didn’t cause any damage to anything. He said he was selling the car because it was too fast and his father wanted him to have a car that wasn’t so fast. Bottom line is this guy knew the car had major problems and lied and misrepresented the car in the ad and in person. Luckily I took a photo of his drivers license and a copy of the dealer plate on the car. That is the only reason I know who he is. He bragged that this was the 70th car he has sold when we were at the 3rd party DMV, which is where he does all his transactions. He sells cars illegally and rips people off and needs to be put out of business. Meanwhile, he drives a nice BMW because he sold me a total piece of junk. I am told the car will cost $3,500 to $5,500.00 and probably more to just be able to drive it on the road every day. There are also a lot of other things that need to be repaired. So I have spent almost $5,500 on a car I cannot drive and it is in my garage leaking oil. Ali also lied about the odometer reading by approx. 600 miles to Emission Control and the 3rd party DMV office. The guy is unbelievable.