The closure of an Oklahoma multi-location RV dealership has left customers without proper paperwork and apparently no recourse, according to KOTV in Tulsa.
The TV station reported that after Kerr Kountry RV in Owasso recently went out of business, there was no communication with either employees or customers that had bought RVs from the retailer.
Gary and Idona Sellno purchased an RV in November at Kerr Kountry. They traded in their smaller unit and wrote a check for $28,000 for the difference. But after 10 days passed and they still didn’t have a title, they called Kerr Kountry.
“When the gentleman answered the phone, he said call your bank and call an attorney, they’ve closed the business,” said Gary Sellno.
KOTV reported that the Sellnos are stuck with an RV without a title and no recourse to get their trade-in or money returned from the dealership.
The former general manager of Kerr Country said all Oklahoma locations are closed, which put more than 40 people out of work. He said several of the employees did not receive their final paychecks.
According to the TV report, owner Dennis Kerr was not available for comment.