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  • 1.Suncoast Classic Cars

    249 E Lathrop Ave

    Savannah,GA

    7.96 mi

  • 2.Suncoast Classic Cars

    7302 Abercorn St

    Savannah,GA

    10.50 mi

  • 3.Suncoast Motor Cars

    447 N Okatie Hwy

    Ridgeland,SC

    30.96 mi

  • 4.SunCoast Designs

    Serving the Pooler, GA area

  • 5.Suncoast Services & Supply Co Inc

    Serving the Pooler, GA area

  • 6.Suncoast Media

    Serving the Pooler, GA area

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08/30/2015
By: Brittany H.
Instaloan
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM. They say no checks no cash....but with any debit they charge a $3 fee. So instead of paying the fee every month, we decided to pay it off. I made sure to ask if there would be a fee(besides the $500 I had to pay on top of the initial loan even after only having it for a month) and they said no. Later, looking at my checking account, they charged not one, but two fees to run a bill payoff transaction. They will be getting a call on Monday and lucky for them I had a little extra in my account. This could have been a big bounce affair if I would have just had the money that I needed to pay it off!!! And they said they needed to see proof that we were paid up on what we drive. We already have a lien on our van and since they put the van as collateral it almost got confiscated. NOT happy with this company and will try to warn everyone possible against them!
02/01/2014
By: Frank S.
Instaloan
Awesome, I have had 6 loans with these people on my 2013, 2006, 2002 and 1996. Professional through and through. Since I am a retired non commissioned officer I think am professional and can spot the less or the same. These people are top notched!
05/16/2013
By: demetria.burchrucker
Instaloan
There business on Abercorn is ghetto and gives them a bad name. These people will change your contract with them with out you knowing refuse your payment(it was our first, never had a chance to be late). and take hours for you to get a loan so don't believe that 30 min crap that is a lie.This company need to be shut down cause they are not what they say they are and just want whatever you are putting up for collateral. They don't even deserve a star.
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