Dear Ms Ed:
My truck was totaled and the insurance company is paying off most of the loan but I will still owe a few thousand when it is completely settled. I need a truck now but I was told by another dealer that since my credit is not perfect, I will have to wait until I pay off the entire balance before I can qualify for another loan. I am in a rental but I have to return it at the end of the week and have no way to get to work. Can the Mr Ed Department help me even though another dealer told me I have to wait?
YES! The Mr Ed Department can help you. While some lenders require a your loan to be paid in full, many do not, and choosing a dealership who knows where to place your loan can make the difference between you driving or walking to work. You “totally” went to the wrong dealer! Let me go to work for you – call my Loan Approval Center at 800 217-MRED (6733) or logon to mred.com and we will get you approved TODAY! We may even be able to finance the payoff on your old truck in the new loan. Put an end to your troubles and contact me now!
B from Surprise called to say “I worked with Mitch and the Mr Ed Department at Earnhardt Honda. This was the best car buying experience in my lifetime. Even when my credit was perfect, I was never treated with the respect and courtesy I received from Mitch and your team. It was a great experience!”
Jennifer from Mesa emailed:
I want to say thank you, Rudy, for all you did for me today. You not only made my car buying experience wonderful, you helped me purchase the perfect car for me. I appreciate that you took the time to listen carefully to which car I wanted.
You worked hard on getting the best deal you could find for me. You seemed more concerned about me than your own bottom line. Even though my credit is not perfect, you were able to get me a wonderful payment option. You have made this car buying experience fun and wonderful! . I appreciate you helping me find the perfect car and for taking the time to really listen to me today.
Mrs D from Prescott Valley called in to say:
“We worked with TJ in the Mr Ed Department and our experience with him was fabulous! We really appreciated working with him. He never made us feel pressured and did not try to sell us a car with a payment higher than we had our budget. My husband hates car shopping and he said this was the best experience ever!”
Dear Ms. Ed,
We lost our home due to a foreclosure. Now our old car is acting up and our bank said, “Sorry! We can’t help you because of a foreclosure ” We are in trouble! Help! Was homeless and now am nearly wheelless.
-Homeless & Wheelless
Your luck is about to change. In my Mr. Ed department, located in the valley-wide Earnhardt Auto Center stores, we have many banks and lenders that don’t care about foreclosures. Sadly, so many good people like you have lost their homes and we’ve helped many of them get a great new vehicle and get their credit going in the right direction again.
My team will work hard for you. We’re here and we’re free! It doesn’ t cost you a penny to apply online or over the phone. And my staff will answer all of your questions before you even come down to one of our locations. I have many lendors that understand, and I understand too. I’ve had big credit problems in the past and that’s where my Mr. Ed Department will help you put your credit problems — in the past!
So don’t delay – call or log on today.
JB from Tempe writes “I am writing to express how appreciative and thankful I am for the hard work and excellent service I received from the Mr ED Department at Earnhardt Toyota. I had been shopping around to find the right truck and my experience at other area dealerships was not bad…I would describe it as bland and typical. The major underlining factor that put you in first place was simply how well your entire staff treated me….I’ve made mistakes with my credit in the past but Mauricio and his Manager in Mr Ed went to battle for me…they were very kind during the approval process and kept me informed every step of the way…Thank you Mr Ed Department and thank you Earnhardt Toyota…”