Texas auto liquidators/ rent to own

Texas auto liquidators/ rent to own

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angry wife

Austin, TX

#1 Apr 22, 2010
If anyone out here is interested in getting a vehicle from a RENT TO OWN place, dont do it!! My husband did it and he's regretting it 6 months later.
DISABLED VETERAN

Austin, TX

#2 Apr 29, 2010
Yes these people ripping people off left and right?My husband is a DISABLED VETERAN and TEXAS AUTO LIQUIDATORS ON I-10 took him for A RIDE!! After he paid thousands on his vehicle they restarted the contract charging him another down payment!! He was left walking!!
PIST

Austin, TX

#3 Apr 29, 2010
I hope you turned these people in to the BBB. if they left a DISABLED VETERAN walking they need to be investigated.WE should be taking care of our veterans not mistreating them!
DISABLED VETERAN

Austin, TX

#4 Apr 29, 2010
YES this place will be turned in to the BBB, Its a process and havent had time. right now we are trying to find a vehicle so that my husband can get to his medical appointments.My husband faithfully made his payments to this company. If someone out there knows the law concerning RENT TO OWN on vehicles please let me know on this forum...
Day ruined

Austin, TX

#5 Apr 29, 2010
Anytime i hear thet an elderly or a veteran is taken advantage of, it ruins my day.This makes me sad.
wow

Lissie, TX

#6 Apr 29, 2010
i just talked to someoneand they seemed cool and the process seems easy..this scares me..they told mefor 500 own i could have a car today..NO CREDIT check and they would work with me on payments..an the better buisness bureau gave them an a..i thoroughly checked them out...can u explained what happened..so that when i go i kno wat t ask..or if i even go now...this really scares me my appointment istoday!
Disabled veterans wife

Austin, TX

#7 May 4, 2010
wow wrote:
i just talked to someoneand they seemed cool and the process seems easy..this scares me..they told mefor 500 own i could have a car today..NO CREDIT check and they would work with me on payments..an the better buisness bureau gave them an a..i thoroughly checked them out...can u explained what happened..so that when i go i kno wat t ask..or if i even go now...this really scares me my appointment istoday!
My advice is dont do it. At anytime yhey can SUPPOSEDLY read your mileage and if your over the mileage they can tack on all kinds of cahrges, basically restarting the contract. If you cant pay they take the vehicle back. BBB will have my report shortly.
The Truth

San Antonio, TX

#8 Jul 18, 2010
Texas Auto Liquidators gave me a GREAT vehicle, for a GREAT price. These people probably weren't responsible enough to pay for their vehicle and after given many chances to make payments, had the vehicle taken. They have helped me so much over the past year. I don't know what I'd do if I hadn't come across their program. I don't understand how someone could have a negative experience with them unless they couldn't make the payments that they agreed to and weren't man enough to give Texas Auto a call to tell them the situation. Thank you so much Texas Auto Liquidators, I will be sending everyone i know, so I can get a payment taken care of!
Do not trust BBB

Austin, TX

#9 Jul 18, 2010
DISABLED VETERAN wrote:
YES this place will be turned in to the BBB, Its a process and havent had time. right now we are trying to find a vehicle so that my husband can get to his medical appointments.My husband faithfully made his payments to this company. If someone out there knows the law concerning RENT TO OWN on vehicles please let me know on this forum...
You need to go to the Texas Attoreny's Office,and file a complaint. BBB is nothing but a junk organization,that ask people to pay them so they can look good on their website.BBB does nothing to their members who pay,they are corrupt.
BBB has no pull at all,go to AG's Office.
Hope this will help the diabled vet.
Do not trust BBB

Austin, TX

#10 Jul 19, 2010
Disabled veterans wife wrote:
<quoted text> My advice is dont do it. At anytime yhey can SUPPOSEDLY read your mileage and if your over the mileage they can tack on all kinds of cahrges, basically restarting the contract. If you cant pay they take the vehicle back. BBB will have my report shortly.
BBB is "Crap" read this.

http://www.thebluesmokeband.com/bbb.php
Do not trust BBB

Austin, TX

#11 Jul 19, 2010
Disabled veterans wife wrote:
<quoted text> My advice is dont do it. At anytime yhey can SUPPOSEDLY read your mileage and if your over the mileage they can tack on all kinds of cahrges, basically restarting the contract. If you cant pay they take the vehicle back. BBB will have my report shortly.
BBB is for the buisness,not the consumer.They have no ties to the Goverment,the ones on your side is the AG's Office & The FTC.

Read this...

http://www.ripoffreport.com/Search/bbb.aspx
Joe B

Del Rio, TX

#12 Aug 3, 2010
I have known the owner since our boys played ball together. I would never imagine that he would take advantage of anyone. He has years of experience in the auto industry. He started this company to make a difference in common folk’s lives. Folks that may be down on their luck with poor or no credit and who would be turned away from regular dealerships, now, have a chance to obtain a good vehicle at a cost effective way of "Safe" transportation.
I have shared in many conversations surrounding why he does what he does...The first words out of his month are "I want to give back and help folks".
I learned something late in life and that is no matter how thin that pancake is...there is always two sides too it. The person above should have reached out to the owner...I have no doubt that he would have extended his hand and did what he could to help.
Have I ever bought a vehicle from him...Yes, and I must say that it was a very pleasant experience. Would I refer someone too him...Most definitely and I did. My neighbor...Seeing that I had to live next to her, I knew that Texas Auto liquidators would be fair and treat her in a manner that she deserves...as a human being.
Current Customer

San Antonio, TX

#13 Aug 17, 2010
I have had a vehicle for over a year with this particular dealership and let me set some of your accusations to rest. When you sign contract with Texas Auto Liquidators, you are informed upfront that there is a preference in contract on mileage and what overage fees would be, as well the vehicle is still titled to the dealership and they DO HAVE the right to check mileage, IT IS THEIR VEHICLE. As well the dealer and staff have helped beyond what they are ever expected as a dealer. Hell I couldn't get a vehicle anywhere else. They give you a chance when others turn their heads. As for BBB ranking, they do carry an A and if you see the only people that get angry are the ones that can not fulfill the contract the way they sign and promise that they would. I have referred customers and the customers I have referred have referred customers. I hope these people's comments wouldn't defer anyone from being able to purchase a vehicle with Texas Auto Liquidators.
San antonio sucks

San Antonio, TX

#14 Aug 17, 2010
The Truth wrote:
Texas Auto Liquidators gave me a GREAT vehicle, for a GREAT price. These people probably weren't responsible enough to pay for their vehicle and after given many chances to make payments, had the vehicle taken. They have helped me so much over the past year. I don't know what I'd do if I hadn't come across their program. I don't understand how someone could have a negative experience with them unless they couldn't make the payments that they agreed to and weren't man enough to give Texas Auto a call to tell them the situation. Thank you so much Texas Auto Liquidators, I will be sending everyone i know, so I can get a payment taken care of!
If you work for them you are violating the law by making a statement like that and not stating that they sign your check.
Not Convinced

United States

#15 Aug 23, 2010
I am sure that T.A.L. has a contract and that the mileage situation is stated in that contract, but as to whether or not they point it out is a whole other story. Unfortunately, if a grown person signed a contract and didn't read it, then T.A.L. is in the right...legally. I wouldn't be too trusting of anonymous posts praising this business, seeing that it could be anyone, including employees, close friends, or the owner. My suggestion to anyone is to read EVERYTHING before you sign it and if you are already in a pickle with them, then the City, County, or District Attorney's offices are the way to go to see if you even have a case. I sympathize with "Disabled Veteran" and his wife. If Joe B. is right and does truthfully know the owner, then it shouldn't have been an issue in the first place. Joe B., maybe you and your neighbor got a better deal because you know him...how about the average person coming off the street? Caveat Emptor(Let the buyer beware) my friends.
Sharp Sword

Houston, TX

#16 Aug 30, 2010
Texas Auto Liquidators are involved in Predatory Lending! They fail to disclose the termination agreement in the contract. These are cursed vultures not interested in you losing y;our job and also, they do not check if the tires are safe or not. I went Saturday to get a car. A young man handed me over the contract. I asked him if I could return the car, he assented and said, if you get another car. On Monday, I told them I had gotten the news that I was losing my job. Mike Schiro, the manager, told me to get out of his office, not interested in the story. I had tried to act like a decent personl. These are cursed vultures that inflate the prices. The terms are not monthly, they require a $3,000 down at least which makes it almost impossible to make the regular payments. They need to be stopped. Do not refer anyone or buy there yourself. you will be part of the curse upon them. Example: 2004 Suzuki, Grand VitARA, Total price:$17,760, mileage over 91,380 miles. They tack charges for mileage and whatever they can find. Stop these vultures. Do not refer anyone to them. Or you will also share the curse with them.
Sharp Sword

Houston, TX

#17 Aug 30, 2010
Disabled Veteran, I will join you in reporting these predators to BBB. They should be stopped from ripping off decent hard working people. I returned the car within one day after receiving news that I would be losing my job. They refused to get me any money back! Even after I told them they had failed to disclosed the termination agreement clause that they are obligated to do. They are breaking the law. Yeah, their friends are probably the ones posting the thing them about being good people. They are cursed vultures!!!
Sharp Sword

Houston, TX

#18 Aug 30, 2010
PLEASE Report them to the Attorney General. They do not even have BBB Accreditation and refuse to handle the business in a decent manner! Michael Schiro is a cursed vulture who refuses to listen to people and will turn his back on his clients!!!
DISABLED VETERAN wrote:
Yes these people ripping people off left and right?My husband is a DISABLED VETERAN and TEXAS AUTO LIQUIDATORS ON I-10 took him for A RIDE!! After he paid thousands on his vehicle they restarted the contract charging him another down payment!! He was left walking!!
Sharp Sword

Houston, TX

#19 Aug 30, 2010
DO NOT BUY from Texas Auto Liquidators!! CArs are highly overpriced. The full terms of the contract are not disclosed, when asked for carfax, it is never given to the customer. Michael Schiro is a vulture who takes advantage of hard working people.
Sharp Sword

Houston, TX

#20 Aug 30, 2010
Michael Schiro is a cursed Vulture. Stop asking your son to write your replies for you.
Joe B wrote:
I have known the owner since our boys played ball together. I would never imagine that he would take advantage of anyone. He has years of experience in the auto industry. He started this company to make a difference in common folk’s lives. Folks that may be down on their luck with poor or no credit and who would be turned away from regular dealerships, now, have a chance to obtain a good vehicle at a cost effective way of "Safe" transportation.
I have shared in many conversations surrounding why he does what he does...The first words out of his month are "I want to give back and help folks".
I learned something late in life and that is no matter how thin that pancake is...there is always two sides too it. The person above should have reached out to the owner...I have no doubt that he would have extended his hand and did what he could to help.
Have I ever bought a vehicle from him...Yes, and I must say that it was a very pleasant experience. Would I refer someone too him...Most definitely and I did. My neighbor...Seeing that I had to live next to her, I knew that Texas Auto liquidators would be fair and treat her in a manner that she deserves...as a human being.

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