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Drivetime claims to inspect and sell cars with no immediate reapirs etc...two days later check engine light comes on -2 of 3 catalytic converters are bad and within 2 weeks: fuel pump, alternator, power steering, motor mounts, transmission, no immediate repairs??Car has not run in two years -

These roaches will start calling and threatening the next day after the payment is due..makes me laugh.

I wait a few days to aggravate them since I am so disgusted. They will harrass you at work which is a problem when they have been told not to. This company violates the law constantly.

Check out: http://www.driveslime.com to fight back. Justice is well deserved.

It's Time to squash a roach!

Monetary Loss: $10.

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Anonymous
San Antonio, Texas, United States #1318548

Why don't y'all go else where to buy cars.Go to car lots or craigs list.

Common sense will tell you that a high mileage car is bound to have problems...even new cars have problems ( recalls tsbs ) you name it. If you agree to pay ...well pay on time and avoid problems. If you can't afford the payment then don't chance it. Nothing is for free in this world.

Just cause someone gives you a chance doesn't mean you can pay back whenever u like.

Do that with your rent or mortgage and see what happens.It's not a perfect world and there are no free rides.

Anonymous
#512520

These people need to be out of buisness.They real eager to get a downpayment and brag how they help people but when I went to pay a payment my account wasn't setup so I mail it and they reposses my car in 2 weeks and they won't give it back so u lose all u put into it.I called bbb because its a poor way to do buisness.

no telling how many poor souls they rip off..PLEASE take MY ADVICE AND DON'T GO THERE .concerned consumer..

Anonymous
#500343

Come on people.When you promise to pay a certain amount....make sure you can pay that amount.

Don't sign the dotted line knowing you can't make a payment on time. Drivetime is trying to help you out with building your credit. And for all you folks living in Arizona....there is no lemon law. Inspect your vehicles before you drive off the lot.

Duh!:x If it's that much of a problem for you to make your payments then maybe all of you should be buying a car from craigslist.

Anonymous
#500337

Okay..You are buying a used car.

Always inspect the vehicle before you buy it.

Bring a mechanic with you.:)

Anonymous
#398566

Whew!!!So glad I read these.

I almost took the bait. If it seems too good to be true, it probably "most certainly" is!!! And to the sweet guy, who called all of you deadbeats, you just wait, your day will come in this economy.

And then, will you call yourself a deadbeat!?I think not!!!

Anonymous
#398565

Whew!!!So glad I read these.

I almost took the bait. If it seems too good to be true, it probably "most certainly" is!!! And to the sweet guy, who called all of you deadbeats, you just wait, your day will come in this economy.

And then, will you call yourself a deadbeat!?I think not!!!

Anonymous
#387386

They won't go out of business but they will change their name as of Jan they will b called Go Credit and start the rip off all over they went from ugly duckling to drivetime now go credit

Anonymous
#370601

drive time is a company that needs to be out of business.Its a very fraudulent company all they do is take.

Even when you contact customer service they will tell you one thing and then do another, also consistently harass you asking you personal questions and as well as calling you own phone they call you work phone.Honestly I hope they go out of business they are not a company that cares for the customer.

Anonymous
#350910

Andrea Sills Dispute Resolution - Customer Service DT Credit Company Phn: 480-813-5359 Toll Free: 800-967-8526, ext. 5359 Fax: 866-895-3504

Call Ms. Sills with all concerns sooner or later Drivetime will have to do right by its customers...

PlayerMrSmth
#337662

• Florida Lemon Law 681.104 Nonconformity of motor vehicles.

• (1)

• (a) After three attempts have been made to repair the same nonconformity, the consumer shall give written notification, by registered or express mail to the manufacturer, of the need to repair the nonconformity to allow the manufacturer a final attempt to cure the nonconformity. The manufacturer shall have 10 days, commencing upon receipt of such notification, to respond and give the consumer the opportunity to have the motor vehicle repaired at a reasonably accessible repair facility within a reasonable time after the consumer's receipt of the response. The manufacturer shall have 10 days, except in the case of a recreational vehicle, in which event the manufacturer shall have 45 days, commencing upon the delivery of the motor vehicle to the designated repair facility by the consumer, to conform the motor vehicle to the warranty. If the manufacturer fails to respond to the consumer and give the consumer the opportunity to have the motor vehicle repaired at a reasonably accessible repair facility or perform the repairs within the time periods prescribed in this subsection, the requirement that the manufacturer be given a final attempt to cure the nonconformity does not apply.

• (b) If the motor vehicle is out of service by reason of repair of one or more nonconformities by the manufacturer or its authorized service agent for a cumulative total of 15 or more days, exclusive...

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