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Complaint Review: Consolidated Auto Solutions AKA We-Finance-Bad-credit.com

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  • Submitted: Sun, May 10, 2009
  • Updated: Sat, May 16, 2009

  • Reported By:Katy Texas
Consolidated Auto Solutions AKA We-Finance-Bad-credit.com
www.consolidatedautosolutions.com Lake Dallas, Texas U.S.A.

Consolidated Auto Solutions AKA We-Finance-Bad-credit.com Bait and Switch, directly lied to get you into dealer Lake Dallas Texas

*Consumer Suggestion: Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

*Consumer Suggestion: Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

*Consumer Suggestion: Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

*Consumer Comment: Astute observation.

*Consumer Comment: Astute observation.

*Consumer Comment: Astute observation.

*Consumer Comment: Astute observation.

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Check it out for yourself. Go to there website, www.we-finance-bad-credit.com or www.consolidatedautosolutions.com. Then simply submit an applications. You will then get a cute little count down, and then it will say a lender approved you, in my case it was "Wrigley Field Media". I then recieved an email from leads@highyieldleads.com, with a contact number for a Cheree' Shelton 281/832-5065. She actually called me before i could call her. I asked, who the lender was, total amount available to be financed, terms, and down. Was told it was an open ended approval, new or used at 100% financed.

Was told to go to Clear Lake Mazda, and deal with them. well we arrived and found a car at the right price, a 2008 mazda CX-7 low miles. We then recieved the news that our approval was not for 100% financing, and we had to select from a few older cheaper cars, pay a $3,595 aquazition fee to Drive financial (not the lender we heard), and pay $2,000 down.

Reviewing my credit report on inquires, found Consolidated did not run a report, but the people at Mazda did. This company is a lead generation device. STAY AWAY

Mike
Katy, Texas
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

AUTHOR: Thecreditdiva - (U.S.A.)

Read why the dealerships are not supposed to charge the customer for the acquisition fees the banks impose. http://thecreditdiva.blogspot.com
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

AUTHOR: Thecreditdiva - (U.S.A.)

Read why the dealerships are not supposed to charge the customer for the acquisition fees the banks impose. http://thecreditdiva.blogspot.com
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Customer is not to be charged extra for acquisition fees

AUTHOR: Thecreditdiva - (U.S.A.)

Read why the dealerships are not supposed to charge the customer for the acquisition fees the banks impose. http://thecreditdiva.blogspot.com
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#4 Consumer Comment

Astute observation.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (U.S.A.)

"This company is a lead generation device."

Gee, what was your first clue? Could it be the email address that read : leads@highyieldleads.com ??

So, you're writing this report because you were lied to and steered to a particular dealer. Yet you still bought a car at this dealer and forked over $5,595. There will always be phony sites like this as long as people like you ensure that they make a lot of money doing what they do.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Astute observation.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (U.S.A.)

"This company is a lead generation device."

Gee, what was your first clue? Could it be the email address that read : leads@highyieldleads.com ??

So, you're writing this report because you were lied to and steered to a particular dealer. Yet you still bought a car at this dealer and forked over $5,595. There will always be phony sites like this as long as people like you ensure that they make a lot of money doing what they do.
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#6 Consumer Comment

Astute observation.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (U.S.A.)

"This company is a lead generation device."

Gee, what was your first clue? Could it be the email address that read : leads@highyieldleads.com ??

So, you're writing this report because you were lied to and steered to a particular dealer. Yet you still bought a car at this dealer and forked over $5,595. There will always be phony sites like this as long as people like you ensure that they make a lot of money doing what they do.
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#7 Consumer Comment

Astute observation.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (U.S.A.)

"This company is a lead generation device."

Gee, what was your first clue? Could it be the email address that read : leads@highyieldleads.com ??

So, you're writing this report because you were lied to and steered to a particular dealer. Yet you still bought a car at this dealer and forked over $5,595. There will always be phony sites like this as long as people like you ensure that they make a lot of money doing what they do.
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