Report: #770590

Complaint Review: JD Byrider

  • Submitted: Mon, August 29, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, August 29, 2011
  • Reported By: Glenn — Spring Texas United States of America
  • JD Byrider
    8224 North Freeway
    Houston, Texas
    United States of America

JD Byrider CNAC Finance A/C out and the manager said it would be 2 weeks before they could get to it. We live in 100+ degree temp. Houston, Texas

*Consumer Comment: You Do Make A Good Point...

*Consumer Comment: Your credit must be in the toilet

*Consumer Comment: You don't care?

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Bought a 2003 Chevy Malibu there in February of 2011.  The oil light stays on.  The anit theft light goes off and on, the cruise control does not work, the car runs rough, and the a/c quit cooling.  I called to make an appointment and the manager told me it would be two weeks to look at the car.  He said that they had a lot of repairs to do on other vehicles. 

I can only imagine.  The type of vehicles they sell are "Lemons".  We are paying $421 a month for 3 years, basically due to my credit history. 

When we purchased the vehicle the car fax report showed no accident history.  The front bumper began to peel paint and I noticed that underneath the paint was an after market bumper.  Yes the vehicle has been in an accident, so they are actually selling cars stating that the car has not accident history. 

I am basically going to take the "Lemon" back and I really don't care what it does to my credit.  We can't drive a car without air conditioning for 2 weeks in 100 plus temps in Texas.
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#1 Consumer Comment

You Do Make A Good Point...


Without regard to your credit, you are STILL a customer.  They need to treat you like you were painted green because green is the color of the money you are paying them as a customer.  Taking care of EXISTING customers FIRST is paramount to fixing what's on the lot.

What you see here is typical in the world of subprime car purchasing.  For you, going subprime is the only game in town for now.  To not care about what happens to your credit...maybe that's why you are subprime in the first place!

We can expect crying about an A/C, acting like its the end of the world from a woman.  Come on're a man...right? 

Of course, if you don't care about being subprime for the rest of your life...then you know exactly what to do!
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#2 Consumer Comment

Your credit must be in the toilet

AUTHOR: coast - (USA)

You're paying over $15000 for a car worth less than $6000. Wow, you must have some really crappy credit.
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#3 Consumer Comment

You don't care?

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

You may not care what it does to your credit, but if you think that damage to your credit is the end of it you have a surprise coming to you.

If you give it back to the dealer it is considered a voluntary repossession.  This has the same effect as a regular repo.  That is they will sell the car at auction for "scrap" value, which is anywhere from 25-33% of it's actual value.  You will still be responsible for any balance on the loan after that is deducted.  If you refuse to pay they will turn you over to a Collection Agency and may eventually sue.  The only thing you have going for you is that there is no Wage Garnishment in TX, but they can still do things such as attach your bank accounts.

Oh and if you think that the interest rate you were paying here was bad.  Just wait until you try and get another car with an repossession on your credit in addition what ever other credit issues you had.
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