BANGOR - Customers who purchased their vehicles at my Maine Ride showed up at the Bangor DMV this morning to testify against Glenn Geiser.
The Attorney General has filed a suit after customers reported deceptive trade practices in connection with the promotion and sale of used cars.
The hearing, however, has been rescheduled for February 26th.
This, after attorney Joe Baldacci who is representing Geiser tells FOXABC Maine that the AG's office still had roughly 30 pages of information they have yet to disclose.
In the meantime, Geiser will still be allowed to run his business, something former customers have a problem with.
"I just feel that he needs to stop defrauding people," says Tammy Haskell. "I just think he should be accountable for all the cars that he's ever sold to anybody."
Baldacci says he has reached out to the AG's office, but says "The Attorney General isn't willing to do any significant negotiations."
Andrew joined the WVII ABC 7 and WFVX FOX 22 News team in June of 2012. Since a young child he always wanted to pursue a career in Broadcast Journalism, and is honored to start his journey in Eastern Maine. He enjoys nothing more than meeting the members of the community and sharing their stories with our viewers.
Raised in Houston, Texas, Andrew graduated from Suffolk University located in Boston, Massachusetts where he majored in Communications. Before moving up to the Pine Tree State, Andrew was a student reporter for The Morning Show on New England Cable News (NECN).
When not in the newsroom, Andrew enjoys volunteering at the Bangor Humane Society. You can see him there at least once a week interacting with many of the dogs. He also enjoys cooking, reading, watching his favorite movies, and going to the gym.
Make sure to say hi when you see him on the streets, and mention Finding Nemo (his favorite movie) if you want some brownie points!