I purchased a 2005 dodge stratus last year and started hating that I dealt with them within a week. However, when you have bad credit or have filed bankruptcy there are predators sitting behind a desk acting as if they have your best interest in mind but the whole time digging you deeper in a whole than you already were. My problem with them is not only did they sell me a car that is worth less than I owe so how are they helping as they say but they put this fake warranty on your car to try to put you at ease yet once your car breaks down they can’t find the problem, or so they say. This is the most deceptive company. I have never met so many fake friendly people in my life. How can you design a program that suppose to get you back on the right track but it set you back because of the problems the car give you and the value of the car isn’t anywhere near what your payoff is. I’m all for a company getting a profit for helping anyone that has a bad credit history but don’t use that to take advantage of a situation thats hard to get out of. Wolves in sheep clothing my contract was rewritten to supposedley help me but it set me back by a year and whats worse is they act as if its my fault. I’m the consumer you have to convince that a product or service works. The programdoesn’t work but the staff at jd has been so robotically trained I think they actually believe the crap they tell customers. I want to get rid of this car and leave this company alone but its has such a tight grip. I’m seriously thinking of pursuing a lawsuit to get away from them its not even worth dealing with a bad car. If you are in a bad situation car wise don’t stop at jdbyrider keep looking there are more honest car dealers out there because this company isn’t.