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General Info
Capital auto auction is a public CAR AUCTION…EVERYONE is welcome. Come and share in the excitement of a live auction! we have vehicles for every Budget and need – from Family mini vans. To sports cars.
BBB Rating
A+
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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (603) 622-9063

Fax Number: (603) 622-9063

Fax: (603) 622-9063

TollFree: (866) 722-0382

Brands
cadillac, honda, jeep
Payment method
visa, mastercard
Neighborhood
Wellington
AKA

Capital Auto Auction Inc

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Categories
Automobile Auctions, Used Car Dealers, Auctioneers, Automobile & Truck Brokers
Other Information

Parking: On Site

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NV2

08/20/2011

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Advertising Nice things Selling or Giving Bad tings

Advertising Nice things Selling or Giving Bad tings I bid on 2003 TOYOTA COROLLA LE I won and wired the payment and then I called to trucking company pickup the car auctioneer lady call me you have storage charge that is $150. and I pad that and then Tracking Company Delivered at the car I checked the car THAT WAS 2003 TOYOTA COROLLA CE they are Liar and horrible.

chris4

08/02/2011

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My experience was awful. I b...

My experience was not great.

I bid on, won and paid for the car. When I came back on Tuesday to pick it up, it sounded like there was no exhaust system at all.

It turned out that while the car sat in their yard, someone stole the catalytic converter and emission control system sensors.

I called to complain; they said there was nothing they could do. I filed a police report. I wrote a letter. I contacted my insurance company.

Eventually Capital Auto agreed to buy back the car, but by then I had already started work on the repairs. Finally Capital Auto agreed to pay for ½ my loss. I do give them credit for that; technically they didn’t have to re reimburse me anything, as nearly all cars are sold absolutely “as is”.

If you are a dealer, maybe you can make the Capital Auto Auction system work for you. As an individual buying just one or two cars, my advice is stay away.

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