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Chrysler Financial / avoid them!

1 United States Review updated:

We turned in a Dodge Durango at the end of our 4 year lease. We were charged $2309 for excess miles beyond the lease agreement. We received a letter via mail approximately 1 week after it was turned in. Since we did not have the funds available, we contacted Chrysler and were told that no arrangements could be made. We sent $1000 and in December the account was charged off and forwarded to a collection agency. We paid the entire balance but it went on our credit report as a charge-off. No wonder they asked for a bail out! I am still in the process of them fixing my credit report and will not stop until I do. I would appreciate any information on how to address.

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  • Ca
      23rd of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    Do not blame Chrysler for your excess mileage bill. You knew when you signed the contract that you would be charged excess mileage if you went over that was your choice. As for the bailout if Chrysler didnt have customers like yourself not following thru with their contracts Chrysler would not need a bailout!

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