Josh Duggar Responded to an Angry Customer Review Before Wholesale Motorcars Was Shut Down

Josh Duggar’s trial ended with a guilty verdict in December 2021. Federal agents arrested him in April 2021 on suspicion of downloading and possessing child sexual abuse material, and the prosecution argued Josh downloaded images on a computer he possessed at Wholesale Motorcars. Prior to his arrest, he seemingly responded to a negative review of the car lot, too. Here’s what he wrote.

What was Josh Duggar’s job prior to his arrest and trial?

Josh Duggar in a suit speaking at a conference
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Many Duggar family members work under Jim Bob Duggar, and it seems Josh Duggar was no different. So, what was Josh’s job before his arrest? He worked at Wholesale Motorcars, a Duggar family-owned car lot in Arkansas, and it seems he managed the business as well.

Was the job at the car lot enough to support his wife, Anna Duggar, and their six (now seven) children at the time? Anna and Josh reportedly lived in a warehouse on Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s property, keeping their rent cheap. Additionally, Anna once defended Josh’s work on her Instagram.

“Yes, my husband is a diligent worker and provides well for our family,” she wrote to a follower.

Back in September 2020, The Sun reported Wholesale Motorcars permanently closed.

Josh Duggar responded to a bad review of Wholesale Motorcars prior to the business shutting down

Wholesale Motorcars didn’t receive the best reviews prior to the business shutting down. And it seems Josh Duggar responded to one of the negative reviews about his business.

A Reddit user posted the review. “This place is a joke,” the review states. ” … Big mistake going there. In hindsight, should have called. Would have thought a website with apply for loan would mean they financed. Guess not.”

“We’re sorry you left a bad review,” the “owner,” presumably Josh, responded to the review. “We do offer financing and we are happy to help you arrange it, with approved credit ….” Josh then encouraged the customer to call, as the sales team “didn’t remember talking” to the individual with the complaint. He also noted the lot has 50 vehicles in stock “most of the time.”

Finally, the review ended with, “We don’t think your review is fair, but you’re entitled to your opinion.”

How does Anna Duggar make money after the guilty verdict?

While Wholesale Motorcars might have received negative reviews, it was still Josh Duggar’s primary source of income. Now, after the trial and guilty verdict, how will Anna Duggar make money to care for their kids?

It seems likely the other Duggar family members will come to her aid and assist her financially. In Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s statement regarding Josh’s trial, they noted their next goal was to help Anna. “In the days ahead, we will do all we can to surround our daughter-in-law Anna and their children with love and support,” they wrote on their family website. Though Josh’s guilty verdict will come with hefty fines, so it’s unclear who will pay those debts.

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