Report: #320978

Complaint Review: Drive Financial Services - Dallas Texas

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  • Reported By: detroit Michigan
  • Drive Financial Services P.o. Box 660633 Dallas Tx. 75266 Dallas, Texas U.S.A.

Drive Financedrive Financial Services the price of the car was $11,000 but when i got my paper's it was $25,000 i ask the salesmen why so much he said it was drive finance now all they do is call me all day everyday even at 7:00 pm on a sunday yes they even call all day on sundays. Dallas Texas

*Consumer Comment: check your loan contract.

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drive finance charged me $25,000 for a $11,000 car and now i gave them $15,000 they call me all day everyday even at 7:00 pm on sundays yes they even call all day on sundays i am willing to join any class action law suit against them please contact me .

detroit, Michigan

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#1 Consumer Comment

check your loan contract.

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

POSTED: Tuesday, March 25, 2008
I would bet your interest rate on the loan is about 25%.

You should have NEVER signed such an agreement. I doubt you can successfully sue them, but hey, it doesn't hurt to get a free consultation with a local attorney.

If that fails, you might try cleaning up your credit rating so that you can refinance your purchase (with a different lender) at a more reasonable interest rate.
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