Report: #432824

Complaint Review: Drivetime - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: fernandina beach Florida
  • Drivetime https://www.drivetime.com Nationwide U.S.A.

Drivetime drive time false commercials Tucson Arizona

*Consumer Comment: No it's not.

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drive time says it will finance anyone with bad bad credit scores once you get to the web site it says you must make 1500$ or more a month there commerciaol does not mention having to make a certain total this is false advertisement

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#1 Consumer Comment

No it's not.

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

POSTED: Thursday, March 12, 2009
They say they will finance people with very bad credit scores and they do. Most commercials do not include every detail of an offer. Look on the bright side, if you have a really bad credit score and you don't make $1500/month, you can't afford to get a car from them. If they did finance you, the car would probably cost you every penny of your income. The less money and credit you have, the higher the cost of the car and financing.
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