Some of you people crack me up. Ha! Pay your bills....and....learn what your responsibility is when you don't. It's all in the contract you signed! No one should be surprised when there are fees and charges when you don't hold up your end of the deal.
Made about a letter you received about YOUR insurance company making an error? Sounds to me to your are complaining to the wrong people. They want to make sure you have insurance to protect THEIR risk. If you don't have any, they will provide and bill you for it. YOUR insurance company told them you didn't have insurance and you are made at Capitol One for sending yo a letter? Really??
They should be ashamed that YOU paid too much? Some one force you to sign the loan? Not their fault if you paid too much for the car. Oh wait you much mean too much interest paid....that occurs either because your credit is bad, you over extended or you wanted a loan term with an excessive length. How is this their fault? ALL loans agreements show you what your final out of pocket cost will be if you pay as per the terms. You have all the information when you signed the contact...you didn't have to sign. My guess....your credit sucks...but I guess that's their fault too?
No I don't work for them but I had a load with them. Was approved with in minutes, (have great credit, I pay my bills, live within my means) received a GREAT interest rated, $0 money down and paid my car off early. They held up their contractual agreement, I held up mine. Everyone walked away happy. For those who pay their bills I would highly recommend them.
Hi America: your car loan is already paid. After they securitize your loan agreement/ promissory note via your signature. So they are double dipping. I love Capitol One Auto Finance
what is your idea of great interest? are you bragging or trying to be helpful?
^^^ Love This.
Absolutely the worst car loan company you could ever deal with if you get behind on payments, even just once month. Ruthless & unsympathetic
Today, I received a letter from Cap One Auto Finance advising me that they had been notified that my car insurance had been canceled Jan 5th 2015! While my insurance carrier had made the "computer error" and no such cancellation had occurred, I want Capital One to explain to me like I am a 2 year old why they would wait 8 weeks to send a bogus letter to me if they indeed were "notified" of a cancellation Jan 5, 2015 Today is Feb 20th! This is ridiculous! The letter should be redacted and someone other than JARED who did his best to explain, should send me a written apology! Gloria Tolbert , Chicago
this is a very bad company
You are the worst and the biggest thieves in the industry you should be ashamed of yourselves, I had a loan with you and paid every month and my car wound up costing me twice
what it was worth one of these days your karma is going to catch up with and you will be sorry for preying on poor people that need a car to go to work