Report: #1476892

Complaint Review: Bridgecrest - Meza Arizona

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  • Bridgecrest Meza, Arizona United States

Bridgecrest Drivetime The company sold me an overpriced vehicle. Meza Arizona

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I purchased a vehicle 6 years ago, and now they are saying that I still owe 9100 on the vehicle. My maturation date has passed, and they are still saying that I owe.

The vehicle was overpriced, and it's not even worth 9100 now. They are trying to get the 9100 out of me, more than likely they will try and sue me for it. That vehicle is not even worth what they are saying I owe.

The vehicle should be paid off and then some.

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#1 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Typical attitude of a Sub-Prime borrower where you want to blame them. The fact is they may have sold you an "overpriced" vehicle in your opinion, but you bought the vehicle at the cost they offered. If you felt it was overpriced why did you buy it? The time to complain or try to negotiate the price is BEFORE you purchase it. After the fact it just becomes a case of Buyer's Remorse.

They are a Sub-Prime lender, and as such deal with people who have not proven they can handle credit. So either you were a new borrower, or you had credit issues in the past. Just because the maturation date has passed it doesn't mean you still may not owe money.

Oh and by the way cars lose value, so yes regardless of the lender or dealer the car you bought would be worth less now than it was 6 years ago. But that is inconsequential because you agreed to buy the vehicle at

You convienently left out your payment history. If you were ever late, paid less then the amount due, or worse such as had the car reposessed, then you could owe more than originally scheduled.

If you are saying you made EVERY payment On-Time and for the full amount due then you may have a valid complaint. In this case you need to get from them your payment history to see if it matches up with what you show.

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