The One stop Motors representative assured me that my car was worth $10,300 and that they could finance that much money with one of their lenders, even though the Nada Blue book value, valued the 2000 Jaguar S series sports car at only $6700. After listing it for months at the price they assured they could finance the car at, I as forced to lower the price to $6700 since it wasn't selling. As a matter of fact, I didn't even get one offer. Since Oct. 2011 to Feb. 17, 2012, I haven't even received one offer to buy my car from the advertising done with this company in my behalf. And the lower price of $6700 has been advertised for at least 6 weeks, AND STILL NOT EVEN ONE OFFER.
I found offers on my own, but NO HELP WHATSOEVER FROM THIS COMPANY OR THEIR ADVERTISING.
I wasted hundreds of dollars with this company which produced nothing for me. [continued below]....
The salesperson at One Stop motors lied to me by misrepresenting what the company does. He indicated that "One Stop Motors originates & closes more car loans than any other entity or lender. Well of course that's a lie, as they are a dwarf compared to GMAC/Alley Financial, who originates many more loans than this small company.
The sales person also said that he would be "extremely surprised if my car was not sold within 30 days due to it's pristine condition, as it's a sports car in high demand, and even because it's a pure black in color, inside and out, the type that most people are looking for in a Jaguar."
I was totally manipulated and lied to, just in order to get a sale, however, the representatives will say to you if you call them on the phone that they warrant nothing as far as a sales date to get a car sold, or anything else, but the fact is, FALSE REPRESENTATIONS WERE GIVEN TO ME. However, it's highly unethical to hook people into a sale & manipulate them to fork over advertising money based upon false representations over the phone to you like they did to me. Don't do business with this company; don't believe any of the hype the give you, they are a waste of time, and good money. to advertise with them. They will GIVE YOU BAD ADVISE, AND EVEN overprice your car as to it's true value, and the truth be told, you will get more response to a Craigslist ad, than with the companies they supposedly advertise with. Stay clear away from this company. They don't return your money due to their unethical acts either. What they did to me is pure misrepresentation AND THEY SHOULD BE ASHAMED, BUT THEY ARE NOT. If you do decide to do business with this company, be sure and tape the conversation because in the end, it's your word against theirs.