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By: Terra S.
springdale auto solutions
Had a great experience getting a vehicle here. They worked great with me and got me into what I wanted as quick as they could! Great environment all around!
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By: Steve G.
King B&B Auto Sales
I was purchasing a Jeep from them. It took a couple of days to get all required documents for the finance company. After all documents given and loan approval the sold it to another person. Don't tell a customer no worries it's yours then sell it to someone else. I would not recommend this business to anyone.
By: Mike H.
Automatic Auto Financing Inc
If you value your money stay away. The company is fully designed to aggressively collect payments (usually in full and with associated fees) and the sales practices are outright deceitful. There is absolutely no quality here, in product or service. These people are not your friends, and do not value your business, despite what they may claim.
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By: William J.
Frankie's Auto Sales
bought a car here that was salvaged but had been repaired without a title. So instead of getting the title for it he told me to lie to the dmv and say I fixed it myself whiich required a state police inspection and the cops wamted proof of repairs that Frankie neglected to give me. Untitleable car is worthless so needless to say I was swindled by this place.
By: Duane M.
Jorja Trading Inc
when they came and repoed my truck they took my drivers license and four dvds
By: Mandi S.
Jorja Trading Inc
Worst company ever. NEVER buy from them. They tried to repo my car for $6! They refuse to help and treat you like crap. You are NOT a valued customer here!
By: dillydally76
Jorja Trading Inc
Have purchased two vehicles with this company. both cars had major repairs needed within the first month. Not to mention the three ball on payments of $1500 in the loans. Always have made paymentnuts on timetime but this month I am two days late and they say they're going to come take my car. I am in the first 6 Months of the new vehicle so iI would be required to pay off the remainder of the loan regardless if they resale it or not. Of course they want it back. They can sell it for full price twice and make twice the money. Do not do business with them!
By: robert.mansfield.399
Automatic Auto Financing Inc
we recently purchased a vehicle from these people and from day one there's been major issues we tried reported to the service center they blow us off then I set aside appointment for 3 weeks the vehicle is overheating badly that's a major issue along with other issues but yet they steal claim there's nothing I can do can't get us in any sooner but they keep calling and asking us if we know about the customer loyalty program in all the programs I have to offer the service warranty none of it is any good then ask if we knew about the referral programwe told them we would not refer anyone to their store even our worst enemies would not refer themI had to give you one star or I could even put this on your website I don't even think you're worth a star
By: chad.walters.982
Auto Maxx
I was helping a friend find a Cadillac for him and his family. AutoMaxx had 2 Cadillacs on the front row of their lot, so I stopped in to inquire about one of them that was a VTX (V8). I was told both were sold, but they get them in all of the time. 2 weeks later and the Cadillac is still on the front row with the hood up like it is for sale. I called to ask why it was still there, thinking the buyer fell through. But I was told it was sold and they were waiting on the buyer to pick it up. My friend called also and was told an older gentleman bought it and he is trying to find his drivers license. They told him they wouldn't let him drive the car off of the lot without verifying his ID. Not a usual practice as far as I know..I believe this to be a scheme to lure people in. It's called "bait and switch" or just poor business practices. Either way, buyer beware. All one man's opinion, but seems really shady to me.
By: ladycatgoyle
Jorja Trading Inc
Do not do business with this company! they are the rudest people I have ever had to been envolved with. I did not purchased anything from them but they came to my home and booted a car that was in my driveway without clearing it with me the property owner blocking my driveway and garage containing my car. Then because I complained loudly of there actions they are refusing to come unlock the vehicle. Warning you have no recourse in this action police won't help and sueing is costly. They have left me no option but to have the vehicle pulled to city propertyand they can explain to the city why they will not release this car even though the person who purchased paid them their money I know this because I gave them the money in order to get this car get it off my property. So they are now also holding the owner hostage. But you can bet this is not over I will be contacting my State legislature. Posting to every public forum and contacting news stations writing letters I am retired and have my full time to dedicate myself to this cause. They won't post this without a rating they don't rank even a 1 star.
Tips & Advices
Some dealers accept returns if the component is returned with the original invoice. Some dealers might charge a re-stocking fee for returns. Others may not accept returns at all. It's common for dealers to not accept returns on electrical parts. Customers should ask about return policies before purchasing.
A salvage yard might test used car parts before selling them, but customers should ask whether tests have been performed on the part or not. All parts, especially electrical components, should be tested prior to purchase. Most salvage yards and auto repair shops should have a 12-volt battery to test electrical parts.
Sometimes it is worth buying used car parts. If the part is in good condition, a car owner could save money by buying the used part. However, if the part is something that's unsafe to purchase used, like brake parts or air bags, or if the part is too deteriorated to be safe, it's worth the cost to buy new.
Junkyards are businesses where people can shop for used car parts. Other names for these businesses include salvage yards and automotive recyclers. Auto repair shops might also sell used car parts.
Yes, most used car part dealers sell to the general public. However, just like with any car parts purchase, buyers should look into the dealer’s warranty policy and might want to price shop at several places.

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