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Old 09-04-2014, 05:43 PM   #21
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I've called GE and they have no record of my VIN in their system.
Did your salesmen look like this are was he carrying an incredibly dull pencil?

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Old 09-04-2014, 06:01 PM   #22
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Fancy is not the word I would of used.
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Old 09-04-2014, 06:46 PM   #23
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It took four months to get my title from Honda of Houston, had to get the GM involved and he got it straightened out quickly.
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Old 09-04-2014, 07:03 PM   #24
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Fancy is not the word I would of used.
Yeah bud that was a bit of sarcasm.
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Old 09-05-2014, 10:30 AM   #25
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I financed a private party car purchase through my credit union, signed papers 6/22 of this year. The "current" registration on the car expired 7/31. After multiple visits to the branch and numerous phone calls, I finally got a call yesterday (9/4) that they had my registration sticker. The lady sounded kind of upset, like she'd had to make a special trip to the tax office "just for me" to get my sticker. Here I thought I'd been irresponsible in taking 4 weeks to get a title transfer taken care of. I'd already made three car payments to them before they got the paperwork done.
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sometimes it takes 45 days before your payment is due. I guess it gives them time to get themselves sorted. I would definitely get on it caue you are still paying interest during all of this "prep" time.
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So I still haven't received anything as far as a note for this bike but I did get a call from the finance manager. He told me there was an issue with the title (?) but everything is squared away and that also there will be a new contract to sign.

At first i was like wtf? Sounds like a trap to get more money out of me. So he emails me the new contract which I compared to what I originally signed. The only difference is the APR which is 7 points less that what I originally signed for. So he said he was able to save me money but in reality they ran my credit again and the bank came back with a new offer.

Not sure what to say to all that but I thought what if I didn't like the new contract? Could I have not signed, returned the bike, and buy another with 0 miles again? lol

Either way I signed the new contract and will now look out for a note should it ever decided to come.
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Old 11-04-2014, 03:38 PM   #28
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Sounds like the finance dept at the dealership accidentally dropped the original loan paperwork into the shredder, and had to start all over again.
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I bought a bike in April, didnt get tags till July...from that fancy dealership
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So I still haven't received anything as far as a note for this bike but I did get a call from the finance manager. He told me there was an issue with the title (?) but everything is squared away and that also there will be a new contract to sign.

At first i was like wtf? Sounds like a trap to get more money out of me. So he emails me the new contract which I compared to what I originally signed. The only difference is the APR which is 7 points less that what I originally signed for. So he said he was able to save me money but in reality they ran my credit again and the bank came back with a new offer.

Not sure what to say to all that but I thought what if I didn't like the new contract? Could I have not signed, returned the bike, and buy another with 0 miles again? lol

Either way I signed the new contract and will now look out for a note should it ever decided to come.

SEVEN POINTS?!?!?!? man, how high a rate were you financed for??? Last bike I financed was at 3.5%.

Look into a credit union for bike & car financing. Seriously save some cash.
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SEVEN POINTS?!?!?!? man, how high a rate were you financed for??? Last bike I financed was at 3.5%.

Look into a credit union for bike & car financing. Seriously save some cash.
It's down to 4% now. I wasn't too worried about it though since I put money down even though it was not required by the bank. Plan to have it paid off before the life of the loan. My credit is in the 700's which is why I was a little shocked by the initial apr. Car purchases have always been 1-3% apr as well.
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