andrews autosales
gun guy

United States

#23 Jan 29, 2013
I am a Dealer wrote:
<quoted text>we both know you are not telling the truth! if that car only brought $500 at the auction then thats all it was worth! Im not saying they are a good dealership or a bad one Im just calling you out on your lie! they cant buy back the same car either. what happened is it didnt sell. if it were to sell for a higher amount than the payoff they would have to pay the customer the difference. if it brought less they can go after the customer for the difference. but if they dont go after the customer for the balance then they dont have to take the car to the auction.
Yeah that's true almost I owed 2000 on my car and I decide to let them have the piece of shhh it went to auction and I don't owe a dime but they don't pay you the difference
just running your mouth

Newburgh, IN

#24 Jan 30, 2013
yep wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol. Yea well, they always go after the difference and they DO buy the same car back from the auction for $500, crediting the debtor the measly $500. And following that, they put the car back on the lot, screwing the next person. Call me a liar all you want, I worked with them and I know for a FACT that's how they do business. Dirty.
you have no clue on what you are talking about. it is not possible to buy their own car back at an auction. what may have happened is they did not sell it. thats the only way to get it back. and if the car only brought $500 then that is all it is worth. wholesale that is!
ithappens

Kent, OH

#25 Jan 30, 2013
just running your mouth wrote:
<quoted text>
you have no clue on what you are talking about. it is not possible to buy their own car back at an auction. what may have happened is they did not sell it. thats the only way to get it back. and if the car only brought $500 then that is all it is worth. wholesale that is!
I used to go to the auctions with a friend who had a dealer license and he would buy his own cars back after people defaulted. Then, he would sue for the difference and most of the time get it.
Lol

United States

#26 Jan 30, 2013
ithappens wrote:
<quoted text>I used to go to the auctions with a friend who had a dealer license and he would buy his own cars back after people defaulted. Then, he would sue for the difference and most of the time get it.
Thank You. I also witnessed it first hand.
just running your mouth

Newburgh, IN

#27 Jan 30, 2013
ithappens wrote:
<quoted text>
I used to go to the auctions with a friend who had a dealer license and he would buy his own cars back after people defaulted. Then, he would sue for the difference and most of the time get it.
its real easy to change your name on here. I have been a dealer well over 30 years in this city and know the repo laws pretty well as well as how the auto auction works. you CANNOT buy your own car back. it is not possible. so you aer not telling the truth.
Lol

United States

#28 Jan 30, 2013
just running your mouth wrote:
<quoted text>its real easy to change your name on here. I have been a dealer well over 30 years in this city and know the repo laws pretty well as well as how the auto auction works. you CANNOT buy your own car back. it is not possible. so you aer not telling the truth.
Yea. Ok. Of course being a dealer you'd try and cover up the shady stuff you slimeballs do on a daily basis.
It happens. They DO buy them back. Say all you want, I'VE WITNESSED IT DUMBA$$.
are you serious

Florence, KY

#29 Feb 12, 2013
has anybody had there wages garnished from this place?
I beg to differ

Newburgh, IN

#30 Feb 12, 2013
Lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Yea. Ok. Of course being a dealer you'd try and cover up the shady stuff you slimeballs do on a daily basis.
It happens. They DO buy them back. Say all you want, I'VE WITNESSED IT DUMBA$$.
wow a lot of talk from someone with shitty credit that has no clue what they are talking about. the LAW makes these rules not you, not the dealer, and not some trash talking piece of shit on this website. once again you have no fucking idea what you are talking about. you are just trash talking a dealer because he repo'd you car cause you are a deadbeat! take a bus and shut the hell up!
Truth

United States

#31 Feb 12, 2013
How the he.. Would a dealer buy there own car when they already own it
Humble

Evansville, IN

#32 Jul 9, 2013
I am not a dealer but I had seen my dad go through certain similar cirxumstances. He financed his car and it had gotten reposessed. Technically when you finance through a bank, they own the car. It gets reposessed and the bank sells it at an action and thats how a dealer can possibly get it back, by buying it from that bank. Not saying that this place goes through banks, because im not sure of it.
Who

Akron, OH

#33 Jul 9, 2013
If they finance thru a bank it's out of the dealers hands.... So that theory is out... Car dealers have a bad name because of the a$$holes with no credit that don't pay and get reppoed scream the loudest... The good customers pay off one car and come back for another... If we were as bad as the people that get reppoed say we are we would have no repeat customers...
special ed

Bowling Green, KY

#34 Jul 9, 2013
Duh
Word

Evansville, IN

#35 Jul 9, 2013
90% of the time when you buy a car from a "buy here pay here" car lot, it's going to be a peice of junk . If you know anything about cars, a quick once over on most of their vehicles will let you know that they're junk.,I've never bought from there so I can't committ on their staff and customer services but ai have looked at a few of their cars after they were closed and they all were turds
dothiseveryday

Florence, KY

#36 Jul 9, 2013
the law wrote:
You have 10 days to return the car. That's the law.
You sir are an idiot. You posted a link to something that contradicts what you said. So read it again. New vehicles or those that are sold as new. Such as car lot demos or lease vehicles. Take it from me, you pull it off the lot and it breaks in two pieces. You own both halves, and have 24 hours to get it towed away.
Shutyourmouth

Panama City, FL

#37 Jul 12, 2014
Obviously your the dumb ass cause there is a lemon law for used cars it's separated by states. They have the choice on it and the lemon law on used cars has certain things it only applies to.
kimberlee1202

Newburgh, IN

#39 Oct 20, 2014
Bought a car on Saturday and they hurried us through the test drive so they had time to make an extra key. Drove it to work (Mt. Vernon) Monday morning and it was smoking and leaking antifreeze. We were told the only thing wrong with it is it's not completely clean. Really....one care we tried to look at the salesman said well that was doesn't always start. Another one had the light fixture hanging in it. I wanted to leave, but my boyfriend went through with the deal and got a car. Now it's sitting broken down on the second day he's driven it. I'm going to spread the word to everyone I know and since I run an apartment complex I know a lot of people. So they made a huge mistake and are about to learn a lesson.
Khoss

Lithonia, GA

#40 Oct 25, 2014
YourAnIdiot wrote:
before you post crap like this you need to have a little smarts about you. there is NO LEMON law on used cars!!! now with that said I have no opinion on Andrews Auto Sales. but, when you buy a used car you should expect to do some repairs. dealers are not required to repair the car. you should ask to take the car to a mechanic before you purchase. but even then you could have an issue that he doesnt see. you should always buy a service contract to protect you for when you have these issues.
As far as lemon laws go, that's true, they do not apply to use cars. But, no one no matter how bad the situation they're in, should ever pay twice as much of what the car is worth, and a finance fee on top of it!!! I just stopped and looked at a 2006 Ford 500, K BB books that car at $5995.00. The starting price for that car through Andrew's auto sales was $9999.00, naturally tax included and the feed brought the car over $12,000. That my friends, is pure insanity. oh, did I mention that the car average 21,000 miles per year. That's some serious high mileage for that car, and that cause probably really not worth over $5000. your job is your credit my ass.
Tell

Lithonia, GA

#41 Oct 28, 2015
If I bought a car from them and within a week it's starts messing up, I wouldn't be able to return it and get my down payment back?
Richard Goesinya (Dick)

Evansville, IN

#42 Oct 28, 2015
Tell wrote:
If I bought a car from them and within a week it's starts messing up, I wouldn't be able to return it and get my down payment back?
Nope! And that's anywhere not just Andrews Auto Sales. You buy it you own it. If it breaks you fix it. Unless you have some sort of a warranty then it only fixes what it covers
Betsie Murango

Evansville, IN

#43 Dec 8, 2015
Worst car lot ever to do business with. Junk and you pay way to much money for the car.

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