They lie and steal your money, we have been making payments on time for 4 months now, our car battery went dead so we went to Sears to have it replaced well when they changed our battery they didnt hook the GPS back up, with out us knowing it was disabled, we got woke up at 1:00 am from Jenny beating and ringing the door bell they also had flash lights shining in our home, they even broke into my other car and tried to open the garage door with the opener. They are a joke and steal your money. They will try to make up an excuse to take your car and money. We have contacted a lawYer to take care of this problem we have proof our payments have been maid and also proof that the battery was dead.
DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY WITH THIS PLACE THEY WILL COME TAKE YOUR CAR IN 5 MONTHS UNLESS U GET LUCKY AND THEY HAVE ALREADY REPO IT 3 TIMES THAT YEAR. IF U HAVE A CAR HERE ALREADY I WOULD FIND A LAWYER ASAP. OR CALL THEM AND ASK HOW MANY TIMES YOUR CAR HAS BEEN SOLD THIS YEAR. GOOD LUCK MAKE SURE TO WATCH THE NEWS CUZ I WILL FIGHT THEM TILL THE END. MY CREIDT MY NOT BE THAT GREAT BUT I HAVE THE MONEY TO TAKE THEM TO COURT AND I AM!! THEY THINK PEOPLE THAT DONT HAVE GREAT CREIDT ARE UNDER THEM AND THEY FEEL THEY ARE BETTER THEN US. JENNY WILL MAKE SURE OF THAT SHE CALLS THEM ALL HER CAR...
DO NOT GO THRU IDESERVEACAR.COM OR PREMIER AUTOMART, INC. IN HAMILTON OHIO!!! THEY WILL STEAL YOUR MONEY, THEY ARE HEARTLESS!!!
I was referred to this car dealer by ideserveacar.com, Permier Automart stole $1000 from my debit card!!! I was shopping around for a car, when I went to this place, I looked at a car, it was a 2006 PT cruiser with 63, 000+ miles on it. My husband wanted to have his mechanic check it out, and we also wanted to check it out on carfax.com before deciding. We told this to the sales "Lady" ( I use the term lady, loosely), she asked for my card, I assumed to check to make sure it was valid. I didn't think anything of it because we had not signed a purchase agreement, I had not given her copies of all my income, I had not told her I was going to buy the car. So I gave her the car, she went into a side office, came out and we started talking about the car again. My husband kept trying to get a final price from her, she finally told us it would be about $14900+, two years of payments at $260 every two weeks. My husband thought this was very high for a 2 yr old car that had 63, 000 miles on it. When i advised her that I agreed with my husband about having to talk about it first, I asked what if I would leave a small deposit and came back with a mechanic the next day, if he found something wrong with the car, would i get my money back. She said NO, that is when my husband said that we will discuss it overnight and be back the next day. I asked for my card back, she went to the side office to retrieve it, when she came out, she told me the card was allready charged and told me to sign two papers. one was a register receipt, authorizing the charge, the other a computer printout, I assumed that was to show they had me money. there was no vehicle information on the printout, so i signed that one and not the register receipt. My husband and I went outside to talk about what we were going to do, and to vent at my money being charged without my consent. I did not have enough money for car insurance, I had no plans on walking out of a dealer with a car that day, I know you have to have insurance to take a car. I filed complaints with the BBB, the Consumer protection agency and my bank. My bank said I had to wait until it was sent to them to file a dispute, we called Premier and was told that since i didn't sign the register receipt, they couldn't take the money. Well, the money is gone, has been gone since 6am the next morning. My bank refuses to refund the money because fo the computer printout I signed.