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- by joerivetto on 10/05/2011
I would stay FAR from these guys!! For all of their catchy commercials and jingles, they are no different than the sleaziest used car dealers you can imagine. They first quoted me an auto quote to entice me to come in with my vehicle. They then followed this up with a phone call reaffirming their quote. When I arrived with my car, I was greeted by a nasty salesman who offered me $500 less than the low end of the auto quote. \r \r Basically, they bait and switch. They are highly unprofessional, sleazy, and downright nasty to deal with. I would recommend staying FAR away from these guys.
- by pescober on 09/25/2011
I had moved into the city so I decided I no longer needed a car, so I had my BMW X5 appraised online at the car cash website. I brought the car in for them to appraise it and it was within the price that was quoted online, so I decided to go through the transaction. It literally took 20 minutes. I had all my paperwork ready and all they had to do was a tilte search and inspect the vehicle. Since my car was still being financed and the balloon payment was coming up in two weeks, I was still skeptical. I called BMW and within the two weeks, they received the balloon payment from CarCash! I was relieved that there are still some car businesses on the straight and narrow! I have recommended this to a co-worker that needs to get rid of her car.
- by MamaG on 07/17/2011
So after going to the website and putting in all the infomation regarding my 2005 A6 Audi, they give me a price range of what my car is worth. I take the time to drive from NJ to NY, with a friend following to give me a ride back after selling the car. When I get there, they offer me $3,700 less than the low end of their estimate. They didn't care what the estimate said and were only going to give me their lowball offer. I just hate dishonest business practices! I drove back to NJ through the tunnel and headed to Jersey City to ""We Buy Any Auto"" where they gave me $2,000 more. Car Cash inflates their estimates to get you to go to them, but all's their doing is bait and switch. I recommend contacting Pete at ""We Buy Any Auto"" in Jersey City. You'll be saving your time & energy and get a fair price without any games.
- by jun123 on 06/16/2011
If you like being lied to or being ripped off, bring your car to Carcash. The owner, Bruce Baron, is the master of deceit and will initially convince you that he'll give you good value for your car. After shopping around, you return and he gives you a low ball figure and denies whatever value he previously promised. I was so fed up that I drove to Connecticut and got $2000 more for my car at the Carmax near New Haven. Yes, it's a 1 hour train ride back, but totally worth the extra $2000. Every good review in this site, must be fabricated by the liar in chief, Bruce Baron of Car Scam.
- by tommyd6666 on 04/22/2011
I moved into the city and had no need for my 2009 Honda Civic. I called several dealers who advertised and wound up going to Car Cash. I got a fair price, paid on the spot and an envelope for 20.00 (travel expenses) with $2.00 Bills (very cool). Ron was my buyer and a very nice guy. I can recommend Car Cash to anyone.
- by artty on 07/14/2010
Called car cash they assured me that I would get 12k for my cooper all i had to do is drive it in. I got there they said 5k and then went to 7k and I had to take it because it was that or i was stuck in NY. My next step is to file a complaint with the bbb and from there seek a law suit for them breaking a verbal contract. Do not trust these people if they give you a price it will not be a deal by far. Crooks have a code of honor these people do not. I give them a -5 stars.
- by RLB23 on 04/25/2010
I would highly recommend avoiding this place if possible. The only reason to go here is if you're looking to sell your car in 10 minutes (literally, it's that quick). I found them to be highly dishonest. Granted, it's a business so they're there to make money, but that doesn't justify trying to completely rip people off. AVOID!
- by JnG9413 on 01/22/2010
I recently had an experience with Car Cash in trying to sell my car and wanted to see if they would live up to their guarantee. First, i tried to sell my car privately and then to a dealer. The private buyer offered me 3250 for my car and the dealer offered me 3000, after i got these offers I went to the Car Cash website to see if they really do offer the highest price. Their instant quote gave me a range of 2750-4600 which i thought was fair even at the lowest range. I went up to their office and their sales rep merely glanced at my car without opening the hood or checking the interior. The paint on my car was fresh and there is no dents or scratches anywhere. He came back in and told me dealers would not pay more than 500-1000 for my car and the best he could offer me was 1500. I called him on it and asked if they sold cars too? The rep said no. Obviously they don't keep the cars, and they need to make a profit somehow. So the truth is, they would buy my car for 1500, auction it for 2000-2500 to a dealer, who then sells it back out for 3000-3500. Everyone makes money except the Original Seller and the final buyer, and that's how they stay in business. So yea, car cash is a quick and easy way to get rid of your car if you don't care about how much you get. But if you put a little effort into selling the car yourself or giving it to a dealer, You would make their part of the profit. Their highest price guarantee means nothing.
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