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PartyInTheUSA 963 269 December 17, 2012 at 11:30 PM in Finance (3)
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I was watching tv and I saw a potentially great deal on car financing from crazy 88 auto finance network. They are having a ridiculous sales event where you can finance a car with only $88 down and $88 a month. Apparently the deal is good no matter what your credit history or how upside down you are on your current car. I've listed the description from their website below.

http://crazy88auto.com


Crazy 88 Sales Event
The Auto Finance Network presents you with the exclusive Crazy 88 sales event.

During this event, every car, truck, van and SUV is available to you for only 88 dollars down and 88 dollars a month, regardless of your past credit history. All you have to do is apply now! With the Crazy 88 sale, you are guaranteed to get the car you want today!

If you apply now, the Auto Finance Network will give you the two things you need to drive the car of your dreams! 88 dollars down and 88 dollar monthly payments!

People who thought they would never get auto financing in the past have gotten approval on the spot with Crazy 88.

Apply now and drive the brand new car, truck, van or SUV you have always wanted with only 88 dollars down and 88 dollars a month!

Apply now! Before you know it, you will be driving the car, truck, van or SUV you have always wanted!
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$88 a month for up to 3 months subject to dealer discretion. Vehicle monthly payment after the initial $88 promotion payments not to exceed 20% of your gross verifiable monthly income. This is bullsh*t.
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Joke post.....oh dear
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$88 a month for up to 3 months subject to dealer discretion. Vehicle monthly payment after the initial $88 promotion payments not to exceed 20% of your gross verifiable monthly income. This is bullsh*t.
imagine all the fun of working at a place like that & taking advantage of gullible poors.

I'd want to be the person who sold the vehicles & the one who reposed them.
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imagine all the fun of working at a place like that & taking advantage of gullible poors.

I'd want to be the person who sold the vehicles & the one who reposed them.
I was watching the informercial and there was actually a gentleman who had his car repo'ed but thanks to the auto finance network he managed to get behind the wheel of a brand new car.
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I truly do feel sorry for anyone in a desperate enough financial situation to subject themselves to a scam such as this. If it seems too good to be true...
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a new low...
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I was watching the informercial and there was actually a gentleman who had his car repo'ed but thanks to the auto finance network he managed to get behind the wheel of a brand new car.
You posted this too early. April 1st is still long time away.

I always believe everything they say on TV as it has to be the truth or else they wouldn't air it.
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Here's a link with some testimonials regarding the program. The people seem to think they got a good deal, judging by how enthusiastic they are about it

http://crazy88auto.com/testimonials.html
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I dont think this is funny, RED left, reported to mods.
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OP, I saw a way to get $10,000 deposited into your checking account on TV, sounds like something you'd be interested in.
www.westernsky.com
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Not sure why this got moved to deal talk. Finance deals this good don't come along that often.
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I'm sure the guy who runs this company is making a good profit, but once my upstart, crazy 77 is up and running, he is going to be out of business.
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I dont think this is funny, RED left, reported to mods.
What's not funny is paying too much when you finance a car.

It's even less funny when you can't even get financing on a car because of your credit rating. Often people get to into debt due to factors completely out of their control. Take for instance the testimonial from one of the women on the website. She fell and as a result needed to undergo surgery. During this time she went into debt and her credit rating was destroyed. Without the auto finance network I doubt she would have gotten a reasonable loan anywhere else. They have the most extensive access to lenders and guarantee you financing.

Not sure why you think a deal like this deserves a red.
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It's all marketing by a marketing company. They are just a marketing arm attracting leads for auto dealers. As with any contract, you have to read the print. In their case it's only $88 for the first 3 months, then the price goes to normal. It's no different the Aaron Rents or delayed payments at some dealers (no payments for first 90 days). Just read the details.

Auto dealers make money from you in many ways: the car sale price, trade-in values, interest rates, fees, parts/add-ons, adding extra payments onto your loan (longer loan term) and warranties and such. You have to negotiate all of them and be smart and savvy. Is this the same people? http://Crazy88Auto.net

Don't ever let anyone take advantage of you and bring help with you to the dealer if you need it. Also get pre-approved if you can ahead of time from your bank so you have some negotiating power to combat the rate the dealer tries to quote you. i hope this helps.
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