- Report: #1133321
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Complaint Review: GM Financial
GM Financial4001 Embarcadero Arlington, Texas USA
GM Financial I had ran into some financial difficulties on my bills and to make sure that I could still pay I had called GM Financial to see if I could refinance my car at a lower interest rate so I can maintain paying them they refused .so being unable to pay they repossessed my car. they sold it at auction for more than Kelly Bluebook value and tell me I still owe them close to $5000what a rip off just trying to get interest that they had lost their the reasons why I lost my car in the first place for their unwillingness to work with their consumer. Arlington Texas
*Consumer Comment: Nothing Unusual Here
*Consumer Comment: Do you see a pattern?
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I had ran into some financial difficulties over the last year. My car payment was at 23.99% intrest. I had been paying on this car for about two years. When I callef them to see about refinancing to lower the intrest rate so i could continue to pay they refuse. So being unable to pay they repossessed the car. They sold the car at auction for $7600 . They claim that I still owe them $4500. This company got more then Kelly Blue Book valued the car at (5700 trade in value and 7300 for private sale) and the money that they are trying to collect is intrest "owed). Because of their unwillingness to work with their consumers Is taking advantage of people trying to rebuild thier credit and those that are trying to get credit.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/24/2014 05:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GM-Financial/Arlington-Texas-76014/GM-Financial-I-had-ran-into-some-financial-difficulties-on-my-bills-and-to-make-sure-that-1133321. 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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