capital one car loan

capital one car loan

Capital One Car Loan

Karla of Honesdale, PA on Sept. 13, 2016Satisfaction RatingI purchased my used car from a local dealership in April 2016. At the time of purchase the dealership stated that the loan institution, Capital One Auto Financing, would mail me invoices monthly for my payment they did not know when my first payment would be due however they estimated it would be in early June. Early June I began receiving offers of credit and other mailings from Capital One however I did not receive a invoice. The third week of June passed and having not received any paperwork from Capital One Auto Financing regarding my car loan I contacted the dealership where I purchased the car. The dealership was unable to assist in providing any information such as a account number or for that matter a contact number for customer service. They did give me a address and suggested I look it up online.Undaunted I photocopied the paperwork provided to me by the dealership on the day I purchased my car, wrote a check, and mailed both with a explanation to the address they provided. I did not know the amount of my monthly payment nor did I know the due date or my balance at the time so I wrote the check to cover a estimated five payments. Several weeks later I still have had no response from Capital One Auto Financing and I still have not received a invoice however a repossession company showed up in my driveway at 9:30 pm to take the car. The individual who repossessed my vehicle provided me with the phone number, my account number, and the address of Capital One Auto Financing (different from the address provided by the dealership). He gave me time to make the call to Capital One Auto Financing at which time I was told that they would NOT accept a bank transfer to bring me up to date.The representative also stated that my account showed no attempts to contact me except on the 11th five days before when my 13 year old daughter answered and told them I was at work. He then stated that I had to let the car be repossessed and gave me a different number to call the next day. The following day I complied with a unrealistic set of instructions which included procurement of sending a money wire and waiting hours for it to be received by Capital One. Every phone call was handled by a different representative eight in all. When finally it was completed I was informed that an additional fee was to be added to the end of my loan to cover costs of the repossession. My car was finally cleared to be released back to me and I was told I may go pick it up. The lot that had my vehicle was nearly two hours away and also charged me fees ($120.00).As of this date September 13 I have yet to receive a invoice from Capital One Auto Financing. I did receive a certified letter on September 1st dated August 17th that my vehicle would be repossessed for nonpayment of the loan on August 15th. Today I called Capital One Auto Financing and was told that I owed a payment from August 28th. This payment I was told was included in the amount I had paid to get my car back. I paid by electronic transfer both August and September’s payment. After completion I inquired as to why I am not receiving invoices the representative hung up on me. I highly recommend anyone avoid this company. I am extremely dissatisfied.Helpful?YesNo
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Capital One Car Loan

I purchased my used car from a local dealership in April 2016. At the time of purchase the dealership stated that the loan institution, Capital One Auto Financing, would mail me invoices monthly for my payment they did not know when my first payment would be due however they estimated it would be in early June. Early June I began receiving offers of credit and other mailings from Capital One however I did not receive a invoice. The third week of June passed and having not received any paperwork from Capital One Auto Financing regarding my car loan I contacted the dealership where I purchased the car. The dealership was unable to assist in providing any information such as a account number or for that matter a contact number for customer service. They did give me a address and suggested I look it up online.Undaunted I photocopied the paperwork provided to me by the dealership on the day I purchased my car, wrote a check, and mailed both with a explanation to the address they provided. I did not know the amount of my monthly payment nor did I know the due date or my balance at the time so I wrote the check to cover a estimated five payments. Several weeks later I still have had no response from Capital One Auto Financing and I still have not received a invoice however a repossession company showed up in my driveway at 9:30 pm to take the car. The individual who repossessed my vehicle provided me with the phone number, my account number, and the address of Capital One Auto Financing (different from the address provided by the dealership). He gave me time to make the call to Capital One Auto Financing at which time I was told that they would NOT accept a bank transfer to bring me up to date.The representative also stated that my account showed no attempts to contact me except on the 11th five days before when my 13 year old daughter answered and told them I was at work. He then stated that I had to let the car be repossessed and gave me a different number to call the next day. The following day I complied with a unrealistic set of instructions which included procurement of sending a money wire and waiting hours for it to be received by Capital One. Every phone call was handled by a different representative eight in all. When finally it was completed I was informed that an additional fee was to be added to the end of my loan to cover costs of the repossession. My car was finally cleared to be released back to me and I was told I may go pick it up. The lot that had my vehicle was nearly two hours away and also charged me fees ($120.00).As of this date September 13 I have yet to receive a invoice from Capital One Auto Financing. I did receive a certified letter on September 1st dated August 17th that my vehicle would be repossessed for nonpayment of the loan on August 15th. Today I called Capital One Auto Financing and was told that I owed a payment from August 28th. This payment I was told was included in the amount I had paid to get my car back. I paid by electronic transfer both August and September’s payment. After completion I inquired as to why I am not receiving invoices the representative hung up on me. I highly recommend anyone avoid this company. I am extremely dissatisfied.Helpful?YesNo
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Capital One Car Loan

I purchased my used car from a local dealership in April 2016. At the time of purchase the dealership stated that the loan institution, Capital One Auto Financing, would mail me invoices monthly for my payment they did not know when my first payment would be due however they estimated it would be in early June. Early June I began receiving offers of credit and other mailings from Capital One however I did not receive a invoice. The third week of June passed and having not received any paperwork from Capital One Auto Financing regarding my car loan I contacted the dealership where I purchased the car. The dealership was unable to assist in providing any information such as a account number or for that matter a contact number for customer service. They did give me a address and suggested I look it up online.Undaunted I photocopied the paperwork provided to me by the dealership on the day I purchased my car, wrote a check, and mailed both with a explanation to the address they provided. I did not know the amount of my monthly payment nor did I know the due date or my balance at the time so I wrote the check to cover a estimated five payments. Several weeks later I still have had no response from Capital One Auto Financing and I still have not received a invoice however a repossession company showed up in my driveway at 9:30 pm to take the car. The individual who repossessed my vehicle provided me with the phone number, my account number, and the address of Capital One Auto Financing (different from the address provided by the dealership). He gave me time to make the call to Capital One Auto Financing at which time I was told that they would NOT accept a bank transfer to bring me up to date.The representative also stated that my account showed no attempts to contact me except on the 11th five days before when my 13 year old daughter answered and told them I was at work. He then stated that I had to let the car be repossessed and gave me a different number to call the next day. The following day I complied with a unrealistic set of instructions which included procurement of sending a money wire and waiting hours for it to be received by Capital One. Every phone call was handled by a different representative eight in all. When finally it was completed I was informed that an additional fee was to be added to the end of my loan to cover costs of the repossession. My car was finally cleared to be released back to me and I was told I may go pick it up. The lot that had my vehicle was nearly two hours away and also charged me fees ($120.00).As of this date September 13 I have yet to receive a invoice from Capital One Auto Financing. I did receive a certified letter on September 1st dated August 17th that my vehicle would be repossessed for nonpayment of the loan on August 15th. Today I called Capital One Auto Financing and was told that I owed a payment from August 28th. This payment I was told was included in the amount I had paid to get my car back. I paid by electronic transfer both August and September’s payment. After completion I inquired as to why I am not receiving invoices the representative hung up on me. I highly recommend anyone avoid this company. I am extremely dissatisfied.

Capital One Car Loan

Capital One Car Loan
Capital One Car Loan
Capital One Car Loan
Capital One Car Loan

Published on Mar 4, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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