• Report: #1095426

Complaint Review: J.D. Byrider South Charleston,Wv.

  • Submitted: Tue, October 29, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, October 29, 2013

  • Reported By: GREGORY — Spencer West Virginia
J.D. Byrider South Charleston,Wv.
South Charleston, West Virginia USA

J.D. Byrider South Charleston,Wv. Problems in the Bingining with vehicle,and paying 3 times more then blue book for this automobile... S. Charleston. WEST VIRGINA

*Consumer Comment: You can fix your mistake with JD Byrider

*Consumer Comment: If you did business with JD Byryder, you are either a deadbeat, not too smart, or both

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J.D. BYRIDER IS A TOTAL RIP OFF ....WE ARE NEW TO THE IN HOUSE FINANCING  OF A VEHICLE, WE WENT TO PURCHASE A VEHICLE WITH THEM THE SALESWOMAN WAS AWSOME BUT ONLY HAD 5 CHOICES IN OUR PRICE RANGE TO FIT OUR BUDGET ... NEVER METIONED TO US HOW MUCH THE VEHICLE WAS ACTUALLY WORTH 3 DAYS LATER WE FOUND OUT BLUE BOOK VALUE OF AUTO WE PURCHASED ...WE ARE PAYING 19K FOR A 4K VEHICLE I ALSO DROVE IT LESS THEN 100 MILES AND ITS A LEMON AT THE ENTRY IT RAN AND VERY WELL MAINTAINED BUT GOT IT HOME DROVE IT 3 DAYS AND ENGINE LIGHT APPEARS PUT IT ON METER AT AUTOZONE SAYS LEAKS ARE FOUND BUT COULDNT PINPOINT EXACT LOCATION .WE ASKED FOR A APPOINTMENT TO GET IT IN AND NO AVAILABLE APPOINTMENTS FOR 2 MOUNTHS NOT HAPPY WITH THAT AT THE LEAST. ALSO WE HAD FOUND A BETTER DEAL SOMEWHERE ELSE AND THEY WONT TAKE VEHICLE BACK SAYS THERES A POLICY ONCE IT LEAVES LOT YOU HAVE BOUGHT IT "I RECOMEND ANYONE TO NOT PURCHASE ANY VEHICLE FROM JD BYRIDER"

 


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#1 Consumer Comment

You can fix your mistake with JD Byrider

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - ()

BUT, it is going to take time and money to fix this huge mistake.  First thing to do so you don't get hurt again financially, is get the car repaired with a good local mechanic. Forget about JDByrider. They don't have good mechanics, they will just bandaid it enough for you to drive off the lot and they may even charge you for the privledge of having them do a terrible job of repair!

However, you are in a big quandry now. Once you buy it you are stuck with the deal the moment you sign the contract until you pay it off. You can pay it off by 1) paying off the loan until it is finished or 2) selling the vehicle or 3) refinancing.

You can pay off the loan over the course of time and accrue all the interest which is a huge amount over value. The quicker you pay it off, the less interest you pay. BTW, that $19k assumes you make each and every payment on time and in full. No deferred payments and no late payments.

You will have issues selling it to someone else because you need to clear the title (have no loan on it) before you can sell it. Or at least pay down the loan to its current worth, which according to you is $4k. If the car is truly worth $4,000 and you owe $19,000; that means you have to find $19,000 to pay it off before you sell it or find $15k and then charge the next buyer market value for the vehicle so that the whole loan can be paid off. With this particular lender you chose, better to have the title in hand before you put it on the market.

Refinancing is the same thing. No lender is going to refi the loan when it is upside down that far.

Trading it for another vehicle at a different dealership is not an option. No dealer is going to take a vehicle that is $15,000 underwater.

So for at least a little while you are going to have to work doubletime to come up with the extra money to pay off the vehicle or sell things around the house to get extra funds.

You made a huge error by not using the internet to do your car research first before you ever stepped foot on a lot.

A responsible consumer does their research first, then gets financed through a Credit Union or bank and then goes to a legitimate dealership with their deal already negotiated. Then you test drive, then you have a mechanic check it out. Then you have a contract drawn up. Then you READ the contract and use the Credit Union financing and you won't get hurt.

NEXT time someone tells you that there are only X limited number of cars to choose from OR tells you they don't have a price - walk away. No, RUN AWAY. It means you are going to get scr*wed.  Don't give this car back - that means REPO and you won't be able to finance anything else.

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#2 Consumer Comment

If you did business with JD Byryder, you are either a deadbeat, not too smart, or both

AUTHOR: Ken - ()

 "NEVER METIONED TO US HOW MUCH THE VEHICLE WAS ACTUALLY WORTH 3 DAYS LATER WE FOUND OUT BLUE BOOK VALUE OF AUTO WE PURCHASED ...WE ARE PAYING 19K FOR A 4K VEHICLE"

Are you seriously saying the dealer should have told you the car was worth four thousand, but we're charging YOU nineteen thousand?  Are you for real?

That is YOUR responsibility to know or check out the price BEFORE you sign the contract.  No wonder you have to deal with a sub-prime (deadbeat) lender, you're just not able to deal intelligently when buying a car.  Take a middle schooler with you to help make the deal next time....you couldn't come out any worse.

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