This company is one the worst in the game right now. I only hope that this message reaches as many people as possible. I ended up getting tricked into buying my car which is a 1998 Grand Marquee.
I just had my son, my credit was bad and I needed a car(first buyer) for work and doctor visits. These snakes made me believe that I couldn't get around a low interest rate even with a job and 2500 dollars down.( On a 1998 remember and this was in 2006)
I was told that if I made on time payments for a year straight that I could get a lower rate and trade my car in for something nicer. I made payments for 15 months straight sometimes ahead of myself, but then I lost my job because of the economy.
Well when it came time to trade in I was told no because I had no job and I was like 2 months ahead then. I tried to refinance to get my monthly payments lower since no income was coming up but again I was told no.
I have given these crooks like 10,000 dollars for my car already(1998 Grand Marquee) and they are still hounding me for like 2 more thousand. I know in the end I am going to have to pay it unless a miracle happens.
My goal is simple: I attend Devry University in Chicago, Illinois. I am currently in the Electronic Engineering program close to being finished. I plan to send this web site link to all staff and students who attend Devry in the United States. I will inform all people that I am linked to about Honor. If enough people know maybe they will get less sales making it easier for them to disappear and harder to scam the next innocent person.
If you don't have excellent credit Honor will finance you but you would be better off buying a car from someone you don't know. At least that way if you get robbed you know it didn't go to a corporation that has big money already.