• Report: #979695

Complaint Review: CreditMax Automotive of Sacramento

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  • Submitted: Sat, December 08, 2012
  • Updated: Sat, December 08, 2012

  • Reported By: Faith — Elk Grove California United States of America
CreditMax Automotive of Sacramento
Florin Rd Sacramento, California United States of America

CreditMax Automotive of Sacramento Crooks, Predotary thieves on people with less than stellar credit Sacramento, California

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Refused to release my car to me after it broke down and under warranty.  Falsely claimed I owed them $1,000 that they credited at the time of purchase I went there with a clear statement that I only had $1,500 to put towards a down payment for the car.  They put me in an Chevy Impala and the lender wanted a down payment of $2,500, I repeated that the only
down payment I had as $1,500 they stated they would give me $1,000 towards the purchase as a credit but do not tell the lender as they do not like to see that. 

We moved forward and I drove off the lot.  About three weeks passed after already bringing the car back for some minor things the car began to have more problems. It turned out to be a transmission issue and they were going to fix
it as it was still under their warranty. 

We scheduled the appointment but the car broke down before the appointment and I had the car towed to the car place.  I went to the dealer to check on my car and was informed that they would not give me the car unless I paid them the $1,000
I owed them.  I stated I stated I do not owe you any money. They informed me that the $1,000 was due 10/1/12. I asked them to provide me a copy of something that shows I owe them $1,000 they couldn't and refused to provide me a copy of my receipt as they stated it would show that I didn't owe anything showing paid. 

This is approximately 10/20/12 I had not even made my first payment on the car.  They refused to release the car to me.  I called the lender and explained Credit Maxx is in possession of the car claiming I owed them $1,000 for the down payment and informed them that I didn't owe them any money for the car as they credited the purchase being you wanted $2,500.  The lender returned the contract back to Credit Maxx and cancelled my loan to them. 

 Approximately two weeks went by and as I went to get my money off my paypal account I noted a charge to my account of $500.00 from Credit Maxx.  I never gave them authorization to charge my paypal visa account.  They only had authrization to charge the original $1,000 towards my down payment and then I gave them $500 I had to go to the ATM to get as my card would only allow me to charge at one time $1,000.  I have tried unsuccessfully to speak with them and they will not take my
call.   This is fraud to the highest level.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/08/2012 09:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CreditMax-Automotive-of-Sacramento/Sacramento-California-95823/CreditMax-Automotive-of-Sacramento-Crooks-Predotary-thieves-on-people-with-less-than-ste-979695. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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