This company claims its out to help ppl. rebuild there credit. Their main goal is to make money. I dont fault them for that. However, I feel a little honesty is much better then scamming. Unfortunately, I purchased a car from them. It was in the evening and snowing. They cleaned the car off as much as they possible could. Which i asked them is there anything by were the ice is on the car and you really cant tell. The guy reasured me there wasnt. Well, we went in and signed the contract. The next day, I went in to pick up the car. They took it through a car was, the right back panel had a huge dent into it. I looked at the sales person and said ""What the hell is this?"" He said, ""oh, I dont know, its nothing though, we can get it out. Ok, so we took the car home. The next morning I wont up and was checking the car out more clear cause it was daylight. The front grill had a break in it, and was ducked taped together and painted black like the color of the car so ppl wouldnt notice it. Of coarse the dealership denied knowing anything about it. So, I took it up with Flitcher. He's the fool who owns the company. And the dealership, Yes, He is the owner of both. Amazing isnt it? Well, he blew it off. Said vanity isnt everything in a car. Well a week later the transmission starting messing up. So, I took it in. They looked at it. Said nothing wrong with it. I took it for a long drive and again broke down with it. Had to pay for a towing charge. Brought them the car, and again after the car cooled off, Everything was ok. The guy said I was nuts. So, once again I called Flitcher, He said bring it in, I will personally see what we can do. After the 3rd time. They finially realized there was a problem with the trans. They put in a new one. After 6 months of fighting with them. A week later, got a oil change, Told oh sorry cant do it they welded on the screw for the oil tank. etc. I spend $2400 on repairs. That car almost made me go bankrupt.
Cons: The whole setup to make ppl pay 3x what the car is worth