Your Way Auto Sales Inc

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  • 2645 Randleman Rd

    Greensboro, NC 27406

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  • 336-272-8109

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This is a good place to get a car especially if your credit is not so good. Don't rely on these negative reviews. If you make your car payments you don't get repo'd. Its pretty simple really.

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This is a good place to get a car especially if your credit is not so good. Don't rely on these negative reviews. If you make your car payments you don't get repo'd. Its pretty simple really.

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This is sooo true!!! The Lady is such an ass. They treat you nice until you actually need help. They say just keep us up to date on everything and when you do they scold you. I had a repo fee of $300.00 and 2 payments. If you are not going to work with me just say so. I would never ever get a car from them. No warranty and plenty of money for repairs. My credit was too good to be buying from an ole rinky dink place anyway. I have never had such a bad experience with a creditor ever before. The repairs on my car cost soo much it causes me to get behind in the payments. I'm not even sure they use a towing service i think someone just comes and picks the car up. Just be on the safe side and go somewhere safe drivetime..ect.

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This is sooo true!!! The Lady is such an ass. They treat you nice until you actually need help. They say just keep us up to date on everything and when you do they scold you. I had a repo fee of $300.00 and 2 payments. If you are not going to work with me just say so. I would never ever get a car from them. No warranty and plenty of money for repairs. My credit was too good to be buying from an ole rinky dink place anyway. I have never had such a bad experience with a creditor ever before. The repairs on my car cost soo much it causes me to get behind in the payments. I'm not even sure they use a towing service i think someone just comes and picks the car up. Just be on the safe side and go somewhere safe drivetime..ect.

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After my car was totaled in a bad accident, I needed a new car desperately. I fell in love with a Buick at this used car lot. The price was reasonable, so after I had it checked out with a mechanic, I paid double the down payment so I could decrease how many months I would have to make a payment. A month later, I had to have a new converter installed. Two weeks later, a new mass air flow sensor. After being late on a payment due to the unexpected, expensive repairs, the indifferent car sales company swiftly picked up my car in the middle of the night, tacking on a whopping $300 repossession fee. I called them to reassure them that I would be in the following week to not only pay any past balances, but also to pay my current balance, pay the repo fee, along with the payments in advance for several following months so I would not be late again. However, I was scolded (as I should have been, I suppose), but also humiliated. The representative interrogated me on my other personal, financial issues, such as repeatedly questioning me on the disconnection of my cell phone. Because I have kept in contact with them and also gave them several contact numbers in our initial contract, I was a bit taken aback. I understood that they wanted their monthly payment, but things happen to people in life! I responded that I would be getting phone service as well, but my first priority as a mother, student, and employee was my transportation. I added that the reason I planned to pay up several months in advance was so that this situation would not reoccur and in that case, they would have no reason to be in contact with me anyway. Well, for some odd reason, that last statement infuriated the female representative and she responded by telling me not to even step foot inside their office unless I had enough money to pay off the car entirely! I was astounded beyond belief. I was in disbelief she could even do that. I still do not know. One week after Christmas, I am broke just like everyone else practically. No fellow comassion, just plain nastiness. Now I have to come up with thousands of dollars in a few short days all because an old used car representative was having a bad day. These past months of doing business with them has been positively horrific. Thank God I have a wonderful family to help my pay off this damn car next week. Although my dad wanted me to get a lawyer or "say the hell with it and get a new car", I have invested too much money, time, and worry to just give up. And the representative made sure to let me know before we finished the conversation on the phone that day that she had probably "invested more money in that car than [I] have". What car purchaser wants to hear that nice little detail? Come on, I don't have a small business. But the money I do have is hard-earned and I'm paying it to that company. How unprofessional to make a client feel small, worthless, insignificant?

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After my car was totaled in a bad accident, I needed a new car desperately. I fell in love with a Buick at this used car lot. The price was reasonable, so after I had it checked out with a mechanic, I paid double the down payment so I could decrease how many months I would have to make a payment. A month later, I had to have a new converter installed. Two weeks later, a new mass air flow sensor. After being late on a payment due to the unexpected, expensive repairs, the indifferent car sales company swiftly picked up my car in the middle of the night, tacking on a whopping $300 repossession fee. I called them to reassure them that I would be in the following week to not only pay any past balances, but also to pay my current balance, pay the repo fee, along with the payments in advance for several following months so I would not be late again. However, I was scolded (as I should have been, I suppose), but also humiliated. The representative interrogated me on my other personal, financial issues, such as repeatedly questioning me on the disconnection of my cell phone. Because I have kept in contact with them and also gave them several contact numbers in our initial contract, I was a bit taken aback. I understood that they wanted their monthly payment, but things happen to people in life! I responded that I would be getting phone service as well, but my first priority as a mother, student, and employee was my transportation. I added that the reason I planned to pay up several months in advance was so that this situation would not reoccur and in that case, they would have no reason to be in contact with me anyway. Well, for some odd reason, that last statement infuriated the female representative and she responded by telling me not to even step foot inside their office unless I had enough money to pay off the car entirely! I was astounded beyond belief. I was in disbelief she could even do that. I still do not know. One week after Christmas, I am broke just like everyone else practically. No fellow comassion, just plain nastiness. Now I have to come up with thousands of dollars in a few short days all because an old used car representative was having a bad day. These past months of doing business with them has been positively horrific. Thank God I have a wonderful family to help my pay off this damn car next week. Although my dad wanted me to get a lawyer or "say the hell with it and get a new car", I have invested too much money, time, and worry to just give up. And the representative made sure to let me know before we finished the conversation on the phone that day that she had probably "invested more money in that car than [I] have". What car purchaser wants to hear that nice little detail? Come on, I don't have a small business. But the money I do have is hard-earned and I'm paying it to that company. How unprofessional to make a client feel small, worthless, insignificant?

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