The Credit Land in Sacramento, CA


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Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(916) 487-2222
Address:2538 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento, CA, 95821

Reviews on The Credit Land

 
Scott P. | 2015-01-08

I wish I could give 0 stars.....Do Not Buy from this dealership!  These people will lie and tell you what you want to hear just so you will go away! I bought a truck from theme in October of last year and still have not received my registration. I have been going around and around with these guys about this issue and all they do is blame it on their so called DMV Guy. The Manager Guss has not  called me once to help resolve this issue. Every time I try and contact him, his sales people tell me he is not there. I am fed up with trying to get this resolved to no avail. I have contacted DMV investigation services along with channel 7 on your side and the BBB hoping to get some help. Hopefully they will can get this place shut down because from the looks of other reviewers this place is notorious for screwing people.

Once again PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT BUY FROM THESE PEOPLE

 
Johnathan I. | 2014-11-12

Do not!!! Buy a car from these people. I purchased a vehicle back in march/april of 2014. Here we are in November and the clutch has gone out. I took it a mechanic, whom upon taking the car apart to get to the clutch, found that the power steering rack had been leaking for quiet sometime. On top of that, it looks like the dealer used zip ties to try to stop the leak as oppose to fixing the issue.

I'm locked into this car. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE!?

 
Brenda B. | 2014-10-19

I bought my BMW from credit land April of last year with 120,000 miles. Two days after I purchased my BMW the reverse got stuck, I then took it to get a diagnosis which two companies indicated that I needed a new transmission. I return the vehicle the following day which would be the third day after purchase. Credit land then assured me that there was nothing wrong with the transmission although I had paperwork indicating so. Shortly after my reverse was stuck once again I took it to credit land they half fixed it by putting an oil type substance on my gears. However, they still told me there was nothing wrong with the transmission.  2 months later I had to buy a whole new radiator which was $1700 which included my window which would no longer rollup. Three weeks later my transmission went out which cost me $2300 and one month after that was fixed, some hoses came a loose and my car started overheating again I'm out of pocket $600 additional dollars. I already bought a new battery and right now I'm so frustrated because I have to get a brand-new starter. I still have a $300 car note and if I did not need all this work then my car would have been paid off by now.  I just wanted to share my personal experience with you and hopefully you will not have to go through what I had to go through. I'm a single mother and this car has cost me my whole savings and my children have missed a lot of events due to my car issues. I hope that this review gets to you in time. God bless.

 
M P. | 2014-08-10

Seriously, I had the most tedious and ridiculous experience with them. They're friendly, that's a good thing and a bad thing. After a long day trying to finance a car with them, I came home and checked on Kelly Blue Book for the particular car I wanted to purchase (I don't know why I didn't look before hand), but this place marked the price 2K above what the fair market price is supposed to be for the mileage,  year, and model the car was. Thankfully, I got frustrated and left. Let's just say, I don't recommend this place to anyone. Do your research because there's a good chance their pricing is unfair.

Btw, Kelly Blue Book is a trusted website.

 
Christie E. | 2012-03-10

My son bought a car in August, three weeks after buying car it couldn't be driven anymore.  Took back to dealership and was told it was loose sensor.  Three months later same problem.  Took it to Pep Boys and found out it had a bad catalyic converter.  Took the car to the Firehouse and they showed us a big rusty hole in the catalyic converter.  This was damaged before the car was sold to us.  Got that fixed but becausse of the hole it messed up the muffler, plugs, timing.  Had to have a tune up, muffler replaced it still would drive correctly.  Finally we took car back to The Credit Land and after a fight they said they would fix car for free since I was going to file with the Lemon Law and BAR.  Just got car back and they started yelling at us that we tampered with the car and messed up the wiring for the car and said so really not so nice stuff to me and my son.  They even said we are going to charge you now.  I don't know how they think they can with no agreement to charge us, no estimate to fix the car and no phone calls to ever tell us what was wrong, do you want us to fix or the cost.  Please don't buy from this guy the things he said to me can't not be repeated.