Car Lease Advisors Review

Alan took my 2015 leased Chevy Silverado into the ride share program in December of 2016. He assured me that they would put a tracking device on it and that it would be maintained and driven just like I would. Within the first two months the “rider” stoped making the payments. So Alan repossessed the car and gave it to the second “rider” who turns out used it in the commission of a felony. | Had Florida Sheriff’s calling me saying that I was going to be charged with a felony because my name was on the registration, and that they impounded the truck. Alan went and got the truck out of the impound and gave it to the third rider. Angelo Stevens. Every thing was normal for about 5 months. In March Angelo missed the payment on the truck so I told Alan that I wanted the truck back. | I took me three weeks and a call to the PA state police, who then proceeded to call Angelo and every contact I had with Car Lease Advisors and told them they were going to be charge with vehicle theft for my truck to be abandoned in New Jersey, in a town house community 15000 miles over the limit, with damage that is probably close to 3000 dollars. These people need to be prosecuted. And all these people need their money, peace of mind, and lives back.

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Name: Car Lease Advisors

Country: United States

State: Wyoming

City: Sheridan

Address: 30 N. Gould St Suite 5643

Phone: (888) 908-6628

Website: transfermycarlease.com/

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