|Category:||Used Car Dealer|
|Address:||2333 Browns Bridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30504, USA|
|Working:||9AM–7PM 9AM–7PM 9AM–7PM 9AM–7PM 9AM–7PM 9AM–6PM Closed|
The best part about this place is that they are very easy to approve you for a car and you walk away only paying 2/300$ down payment. For us after that our first payment was then due in one week and every other friday thereafter. Another great part is that they report to the credit bureau every thirty days whether the payment is good or behind. Beneficial since most companies only report if its a negative status. However the 26 or more payments I made in the space of 13 months only came back as 13 perfect payments. At one point I INSISTED to pay my payment once every month or 30 days becauase it became seemingly too spendy to pay 192$ every other God given friday which equals out to be a lot more than just bi monthly and can even equal 3 payments due in less than 28 days!!! When I went in after THINKING I had solid arrangements to pay every month on a certain day and that day had JUST came I had already owed 568$ which was 3 payments of 192 each that were already do. Thanks to at least the credit I got paying them after 13 months and our income/credit we were able to get a brand new car actually paying 550 which is 17 dollars less than we wouldve owed them in just 28 days. We dont have an annoying birdy or have to worry about being without a code if we have to owe on a payment etc. Also I feel sorry for whoever signs a contract with them because you will end up paying approx. 16 thousand dollars total for a car thats probabaly not even worth 2 grand from a private owner. I wish you well, dont care if theyre BBB accredited business or not theyre a rip off but theyre accredited cause they tell you up front and most people dont take the time and find the knowlegde of what theyll be paying long term. Even with getting our brand new car after 13 months our new financer had to cut them a check on our old vehicle used as "trade in" for nearly a full 10 thousand dollars, mind you I had already made over 26 payments of 192 each that came out to nearly six grand if not over that amount. The trade in value was only given to us at 1500 dollars which was pretty much the lowest a private party seller could give you that 2002 mini van for at this point in time even in GREAT condition. Our car actually was in a lot better condition than a lot of the vehicles I do see them selling up there. The reason theyre so popular is because you basically get a car upfront for 300 and a signature. Which is great for the NOW for many people who I see driving their vehicles which they make sure to so boldly advertise them all as being from there. The credit building was good but I had to trade it in before they ended up making my credit report negative at the end of the month cause they stated I was behind 25 days when I thought I was only just due. The fact that they will only allow people to pay every other week vs once a month (unless you ONLY get one check for the entire month) is a complete ripoff because as I said we will be paying less for a car with zero down payment and five miles on it when we drove it off per month than we were paying here. Also its just a lot more convienient and besides paying an extra thirty a month in insurance we are saving WAYY MORE than thirty a week much less each month on gas. be an informed buyer and pre plan!
Cadaver Auto is more like it. The cars are dead and they make you wish you were too. I purchased a car from them in January and by February the clutch was sticking and the drivers side window had literally fallen into the door. I realized a piston wasnt shooting in March and the rear view mirror was literally glued on. In that same month, my breaks started taking more time to work and my shocks were all but gone. They sold me a lemon. Unfortunately, Georgia has no lemon laws. After having my window "repaired," they literally stuck bits of cardboard in there to keep it from falling--which it still did, I said enough was enough. I returned the vehicle in July and told them I wanted no more dealings with them. They threatened to garnish my wages and have me pay for a car I no longer owned. What irked me the most was that they stated that I had a $14,000 loan I needed to pay back with Genesis, even though they have control of the vehicle and they are the recipient of the loan. I suggested they pay back the unused amount of the loan and Ill pay the remainder of the interest. They dont want to let that money go no matter how horrible the vehicle is. Carlos was my salesman and when I complained to him about some of the mechanical issues with the vehicle before purchase, he stated that I was purchasing a used vehicle. Dont fall for that because in the long run you will be shelling out the money for a lower end new vehicle. If you can, go somewhere else. If you cant go somewhere else, walk. Ill be uploading a "parody," I hate to call it that since it is dead on, video of dealing with Cadavers. It will illustrate everything that was wrong with that vehicle and a friends vehicle that was purchased at Cadavers. I suggest you watch it before you decide to make the brain dead decision I made in purchasing from that hell hole.
This is continuation of Bryant Perez review: **update: I received a phone call shortly after this review was posted asking to please edit my review. I was never told that I would take a hit on my credit if they took the car that stopped working and started me completely over with another $10,000 car (the one that I found in its state is worth $855). I received a letter from IRS stating I owed taxes as well because of this incident. Do not get me wrong there are friendly people that work there- Wanda is a sweet person amongst others- but when I called to get paperwork emailed or sent to me regarding my contract the lady in financing was very rude and said that she would get the information to me next week since they were understaffed and she was busy doing other things. This is acceptable except for the attitude presented and when I gave her my email address for her to send it to she scoffed and mentioned that my email is too long. Who are they to tell me my email is too lenghty for their taste? I never received my paperwork either. If I had known I had such good credit (enough to never have needed to go to Cavender) I would have done something different. But now I know and have had another dealership pay off the loan and offer me payments that are almost within the same range. I could not be happier with my brand new car. I repeat- and with no harsh feelings- go somewhere else and if you do not have good credit make sure you shop for the very best deal you can get- outside of this company.