I’ve had a car threw them for 3 years for 27.000 and only 3200.00 came off the car
I’ve had my vehicle for over 2 years and I have no ideal where my money is going no straight answer can’t explain anything
I had made timely payment for since 2014 up until 2017 and they claimed they did not receive 5 payments I sent to them via money order and were totally unreasonable about trying to investigate the “lost funds” which were not in actuality.
I have purchased a vehicle from Santander Consumer after a Bankruptcy. I was unaware of the Predatory Lending Practices of this firm. I have payed consistently for years until i lost my kljob due to a fire that left me on On Call part time job. I requested assistance and was sent a document that confirmed payments would be sent to tge back of the loan for (2) months plus fees accrued. I signed the agreement. Following , i was called by Customer service stating in behind on my note and owe $475. I expressed i paid the month’s payment upon signing the agreement that stated no fees would be accrued. I paid the fees with the next pay period
I have been paying my car through this bank for many years and the bank is telling me I still owe the amount i started with.My balance has not gone down.
Sold my 18 year old daughter a auto loan 8 years ago for $16000 that still has a balance today of more than $16000
My credit score was impacted by Santander in 2017 I was in a car accident the insurance company paid some of my loan and my Gap insurance by Santander was going to pay the remainder balance but they left me with an amount of $400.00 which I was not aware of and I thought was going to be included with Gap payout.
Santander mislead and overcharged me. I was due to have made my last car payment (#72) in October of 2018. I was told that i still owed them money because of interest. I have already paid them over 25,000 dollars in interest alone. I have and continue to pay them out of fear they will repossess my car. The interest rate seems to never go down and it seems like there is no end in sight. I will soon be going into 8 years of making car payments on a contract that stated six years.