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    • Were good 1
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    • Difficult dealer acceptance 2
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Scam... Approved loan and asked me to send personal documents. I took hours getting documents together and mailed in. They then said loan was not approved and would not return documents. Stay away. Scam Read more

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LIES LIES LIES!YOU GO INTO DEALERSHIP FEELING LIKE KING KONG BECAUSE ROADLOANS JUST APPROVED YOU 20,000 FOR A NEW VEHICLE,AND YOU WALK OUT LOOKING LIKE CURIOUS GEORGE.. WHAT THEY DONT TELL YOU IS THE CAR DEALERS STILL HAVE TO RUN YOUR CREDIT AND GO THRU THEIR OWN BANKS TO GET YOU FINANCED..ITS A SCAM BETWEEN BOTH DEALERS AND ROADLOAN TO GET YOU IN THE CAR LOT..ALL POSITIVE REVIEWS ARE LIES..YOU ARE LEFTED FEELING EMBARRASSED AND ASHAMED.THERE IS NO POINT TO EVEN DOING A ONLINE APP WITH THESE LYING CLOWNS IF THE DEALER IS STILL GOING TO RUN... Read more

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I received approval for $ 35K for a new car. When I went to a dealer, I was sure that I leave on new car. But when I picked the car and has already agreed with the dealer that I have a bank that has approved me $ 35K. They said they can not approve my loan. I felt disgraced. Awful. As a result, I received a new approval from the other bank, and a smaller percentage. Save your money and do not believe everything they tell you write and speak... Read more

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I was pre-financed with Road Loans on Ebay. The dealer I found my dream car with was an out of state dealer. The dealer could not use the pre-approved loan because Road Loans told them the car had to be registered in the state the loan was approved (where I live). That doesn't make any sense to me. Road Loans has to expect people who are buying off of Ebay will buy from other states if they find the car they want. If they are unable to represent Ebay buyers then they should not be on there. Come on Road Loans if you can't deliver they you are... Read more

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Paid off a 2005 Chev. Malibu in 2009 and never rec. a title. Later they sent a letter saying that I needed to pay one more payment. I didn't pay it because I didn't owe it, and they never issued any title. Its been 7 yrs. and I traded in this car and I need a release of Lien Letter but I call, send emails, and never can get hold of no one for an answer. What is it going to take to get this Release of lien letter. Who is responsible? Please, PLease I need a response asap! Read more

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Roadloans.com is a big ripoff, I was approved, got a vehicle had it for 6 weeks and it was taken by the dealer because roadloans failed to pay the dealer, I also lost my trade in because it was sold the next day after trading, so my wife is out of a vehicle because of roadloans, we had the purchased vehicle for 11-27-15 to 01-11-16, roadloans is the biggest scam I ever had Add comment

Got a loan approved, went to a dealer, signed the contract and drove home in a vehicle, after having the vehicle for 30 days they still haven't paid the dealer and I already have insurance, did everything roadloans.com requested Add comment

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  • Aug 21, 2015
  • #686963

What a joke talked with them about loan dozens time than didnt come through when dealer visited with them bad deal Add comment

i don't have anything bad to say about them ,and never will i would tell anyone to use them ,we were very happy with them they sent us a check for $13,000 dollar , we paid them of and got a new gm from them i would used them again if i ever had to again when i sent them my info they sent a check to us by fadex the next week we needed a car so bad I just couldn't believe it for a long time to me they are a very good comp would used them again and again we never had any trouble with them Read more

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Acceptance was easy, but I have yet to find a dealer who will happily use roadloans. The vehicle has to have a strong vehicle to loan value and be priced aggressively. Dealerships dont like to make less money because of the high purchase price for roadloans. When dealerships use road loans, they must pay $1000-$2500 to "buy the deal". Read more

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