Cars 4 Causes - Car Donation in Los Angeles, CA


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Cars 4 Causes - Car Donation


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Phone(s):(888) 547-8114
Address:3415 South Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90024
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Cars 4 Causes - Car Donation

 
Susie R. | 2014-06-17

My mother donated her Car to Cars 4 Causes(1983 Ford Thunderbird Heritage - 15,000 original miles, well maintained -showroom new - Internet value between $2.000 and $26.000.)  It took 6 months for her charity -SPCLA to receive their donation.
Her car sold for $400.00 and the donation that SPCLA received was $25.00.   Read the review by D.B.  Our experience was almost identical.  It is a atrocity that these people get away with such disgusting behavior.  They do not benefit a charity.  If you want to donate - sell your car yourself and write the charity a check.  I wish we had.

 
Paula K. | 2014-03-31

I will definitely recommend Cars 4 Causes to my family and friends.  They are a great company!

 
Matthew S. | 2014-03-20

These guys are awesome!  They are always there to help the community.  When the hillside collapsed in La Conchita, Cars 4 Causes stepped up and helped out many of the residents who lost their cars by replacing their destroyed vehicle with a donated one.  The residents of this devastated community were able to get back on their feet more quickly and all the generous folks that donated those cars received the maximum tax deduction for their donation.   A truly first class organization!!

 
Michael S. B. | 2013-11-07

This reprehensible "not for profit" organization is one of the worst scams ever perpetuated on the public.

One of our supporters donated his vehicle with the express purpose of assisting our mission. The Blue Book value at the time of surrender was $1,500. He was informed that the car sold for less than $500, without any explanation provided.

Months later, we made several attempts to find out when our donation would be received. On three separate occasions (all documented), we were told a check had been cut and was in the mail, all of which were lies.  As a last resort, we posted on their Facebook page that we were documenting their deceit as they had demonstrated their refusal to send us a check.

Lo and behold, the following day, the Executive Director called to say that the check was being cut that very day and wanted to explain how they do business in regards to sending donation checks. We waited to speak with her until we received the check - and as we suspected, the insulting amount ($25) was without question a punitive gesture on their part to retaliate against us for calling them out in a public forum.

But, to be fair, we called the Executive Director to hear her side of the story. The receptionist screened the call, and moments later, we were told "Sorry, she's left for the day." At 2:30?  I asked if she normally works half days and was told that yes, she does. But if she had really left for the day, why wasn't that simply said at the beginning?

To scam the public is bad enough...but to scam charities trying to do some good in this world is about as low as you can go.

They can keep the money - we don't accept dirty contributions.

**Be sure and check out the 'rave' review from Matthew S. - aka, Matthew Smith, one of the Founding members of the Cars4Causes Board of Directors. Does this company have any ethics?

 
bill b. | 2012-11-12

Read the Better Business Review - does not meet the guidelines of a 501(c)(3) charity in their eyes.  Beware as you have the potential to be scammed.