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DamagedCars.com: They towed my car away and never paid me. Now, they told me to call a third party that doesn't retirn my calls.
Do not use their service.
Evaluation of your Vehicle 1999 Nissan Maxima
Reference Number 1138G267 Lanoue 1999 Maxima
Mr. Lanoue was paid. His payment was incorrectly mailed to the pick up location, not his mailing address. The problem was corrected as soon as we became aware of it. (unfortunately at the same time as this review) My name is Scott Westmoreland with DamagedCars.com I can be reached at 877-877-7911 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tried getting a quote with them and they straight up low-balled me. My car had a rebuilt title, and according to the KKB and 5 other car valuation sites the worth of my car was 20-25k. I understand with a rebuilt it's not worth that much, the car would get around 13-15k in a good market. They offered me 6k for a fully fixed undamaged car. Clearly they low ball and resell for market values. Guess they are alright if you want quick cash, but don't think they'll give you anywhere close to what the cars true worth is. I won't ever try quoting with these guys again. Waste of time.
i used damage cars couple years back an i do tell everyone about this company they're very helpful in my time of need and worked with me day before thanksgiving which was a big help to me had no money for a thanksgiving dinner they made it possible. very thankful for that.. their services were great. i would recommend them to anyone trying to sell their damaged cars
Very professional people. Sale of my Nissan after the engine blew up was better than I could have hoped for. They took me through all of the steps, tow truck driver was there when he said he would be and gave me a check in exchange for the title. Best thing was, they paid $500 more than anyone else would give me for my car. I would do business with damagedcars.com again! THANKS
Damagedcars.com gives the best offer for your Damaged or Junk auto. My vehicle is a newer model with scratches and minor bumps from a previous car accident, I attempted to get some quotes to see what my vehicle would be worth. Out of all the major companies listed on Google, Damaged cars offered the best value. The staff was nice & courteous, everyone was extremely attentive to my situation and helped me negotiate with my Insurance company. If you have a pending Insurance claim, and need a second option.. Go to www.damagedcars.com and get a quote for your damaged vehicle.
Out of probably at least 10 companies I called, DamagedCars did offer the best price for my totaled vehicle, but I experienced several issues with them.
First of all, they apparently only work with one towing company in the state of VA who would only come pick up the car during the business day (even though DamagedCars told me the company had evening hours.) Our totaled car was parked at the body shop we had it towed to after our accident, and I had no way to get there during the work day because that was our second car. I couldn't leave the car there any longer than a couple of days so the towing company told me they could pick it up without me if we left the title and keys in the car, and they'd mail us the check.
I verified our mailing address on several occasions, but somehow the towing company sent the check to my sister-in-law's address because I guess hers was on the title from when the car was purchased? That's the only possible way I can think of that they got her address. Thankfully she still lived there to receive the check. She lives 30 miles from us though making the whole process annoying.
When the check didn't come to our address several business days after the car was picked up I emailed DamagedCars to ask about the status of it, called and left a message with an apparent answering service, called again and spoke to someone who apparently submitted a message to a supervisor and not one person has gotten back to me at all to either explain how the mistake could have been made or at least to apologize for the lack of organization and inconvenience to me.
It's nice you all offered more for the vehicle, but if the check is sent to the wrong address it all seems a little bit pointless, don't you think? Seems very unorganized and unprofessional. I will not be using DamagedCars again.
This company was fantastic from beginning to end. I contacted them regarding a pick up of a 1988 Mazda 626 LS. The company contracts out with local towing companies in my area. Once I completed the online form, their follow up was immediate. They gave my info to a tow company who promptly screwed up the whole transaction by not bothering to pick up my car. When I contacted www.damagedcars.com, they immediately apologized for the poor service received and referred me to another tow company who picked car up the next day. Kudos to this great company.
I just wanted to thank you all at Damage-cars.com for working with me to get my lien holder to help me out an get my sale to your company done. Your company went above and beyond to help secure the sale and I really appreciate it. You all worked so well I am in the process of helping a friend of mine to sell his Jeep to you guys as well... Again thank you all very much.
Warning: Only use this service, if you are looking to quickly get rid of a car that no longer has any value. After getting an estimate from DamagedCars.com, I now see that this is what their intent is - offer someone quick cash who isn't worried about getting a fair price for their vehicle.
I filled out the form to get an estimate on a 2007 car with only 59,000 miles on it. It got rearended, but is clearly repairable if someone puts time and money into it. The estimate I got back from DamagedCars may as well have been for scrap metal.
I then listed the car on Craigslist, which takes about the same amount of time as filling out the information for DamagedCars. Within one day, I got 3 offers that triple the amount that DamagedCars would pay for this vehicle.
If you are looking for quick cash for a car that clearly no longer has value, go for it. I checked into this business and it appears to be legit. If you are looking to get money for a car that still has some value left in it, go with Craigslist. You will get a much better offer.
I too had problem after problem...starting with the rude attitude that was given when trying to ask about and sale car to them. They told me several times rudely to fax them documents and then they wanted them a different way. Every time with attitude and disgust. Then when they low balled me twice and finally made a descent offer and TOLD us to check our email constantly for further instructions. We were so hurt after getting in our car accident when we hit black ice on the freeway and slammed into the cement barrier and have been in hospital ever since(Oct 25th was the accident), then having people degrade and belittle us after all we went through and our insurance dropping us etc... We emailed damagedcars.com and their general manager Scott Westmoreland by email and got no response back, as we found a place to leave our personal story we shared with damagedcars.com. Don't feel like this is an experience we'd recommend to anyone, sorry. Honesty hurts sometimes!
I sold to damagedcars.com after considering my choices. it was an easy way to sell without worrying about a person off the street complaining about the problems with the car. i could have got more money by being less than honest with someone, but this was a better option. everything went ok and the car is gone before i had to spend another dime on it.
I was referred by a friend who had sold a car to damagedcars a couple of years ago and I wanted to work with someone who has been around for a while. The sale was delayed because I had a problem with my title and they were patient while I got a replacement. Once I was ready to sell they were easy to contact and the offer did not change even though a month and a half had passed. I would use them again if I am ever in the situation of having a car that has quit working.
I was hesitant to sell my car online but damagedcars gave me the best price so I wanted to figure out how comfortable I could be with the deal. I checked other car buying websites and all of them had some negative reviews but damagedcars appears to be responding to problems if they happen. I checked the Better Business Bureau and they do have the A+ rating they claim and have been in business for a long time. I decided to go through with the sale and everything happened just like it was supposed to. No problems with any surprises, the car was towed away and I was paid on the spot. I am writing this because I would have lost $400 on my car just because I was worried about problems that did not happen. I can't say more than my own experience, but I am glad I took the deal.
avoid them. promised so and so for car then called three times confirming vehicle where located vin #. set up time for towing... no show... no call... when called they say we dont have your money and will mail you a check... not a way to do business. very dissatisfied.
Jeff, I am Scott Westmoreland, General Manager at DamagedCars. I would GREATLY appreciate it if you would send me your reference number. This towing partner's actions are unacceptable and I need to know who it is. If you follow up on the review, please call me at 877-877-7911 or email me at email@example.com. I assure you it will be resolved and the customer service issue dealt with. To any potential customers reading this review, we make every effort to make every transaction problem free. If you have ANY concerns at any time in the process, call us directly. We have very few problems and I will address any that arise. Thank you, Scott Westmoreland 877-877-7911 firstname.lastname@example.org
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