Description: The author experiences a catfight, which is about capital one auto car finance navigator, it refers to big argument in the car dealership and automatic payments coming out of checking account every month.
It seems that I got into a catfight, it’s about to be a what a girl fight, I got off the phone with the car finance company, it’s capital one auto finance.
I speak to your manager, transfer me to the manager, two days ago, you all caught me, I need to get the $1,800 and I won’t repossess the car, so I got the money, you read your contract and get off my phone, she was rude, I think what you’re saying and the things you’re doing are borderline verbal abuse.
I thought we work something out, so you give them a call and he was sure he didn’t call me back, I don’t know if he plays hardball or softball, but this lesson is one that I learned, I’ll only learn it once.
For all of you who are financing a car, if this is your first time financing a car, you don’t go to trickery, this is the breakdown, I’ve been financing this car for a long time, about six years, I had bad credit and I got a high interest rate, my interest rate was 24%.
But it was this big argument in the car dealership with me, my mom, the manager and they cursed us out and effectively we were able to return the car, if I could do it over, I would have got a lawyer.
When I returned that car, I didn’t read everything, when I got there, I answered one of those ads and the paper that says bring this ad in, I didn’t walk in and get a brand new car, but it was a bad deal, so this is the trickery, you are at the end of my loan and this is exactly what happened to me.
I had automatic payments coming out of my checking account every month for the car, three months ago, they strategically stopped my automatic payments so that they could call me, we’re going to come repossess the car, you owe us three months interest which totaled almost $5,000.
All of the interest was like a whole bunch of interest, if you’re financing your vehicle, be prepared to pay them all that money at the end of your loan and try to find out how much money you have to pay them, so you could be better prepared.
I think we worked it out, my car might not get repossessed, but we’ll see I’m still hot in it, so I paid him, they still want so much, I looked up certain companies, dealing with lawsuits, for abusing people and call them at their job and stuff like that.
If we learned anything, this lesson is not to buy a car, if you buy one, get your grandmother, put in her name because all grandmas always have good credit, by the time I become a grandma, I’m going to have that good credit good credit.