Equitable Finance

Horrible Service!

I have been a customer with Equitable Finance for 2 years, I recently moved back too Idaho and needed to get my title transferred from Oregon.

I started this process back in May. After a few weeks I heard nothing from them on status of getting everything sent over.

So I figure to give them time to do this, and I buy another temp.

Then I call them up and I get told that we won’t release th e title till it’s paid off.

I ask how am I going to get it licensed in Idaho then? Mind you the DMV already faxed over a request for title twice now.

So I ask for Valerie and get her on the phone. I explain that I need to get this done I only can have one more temp.

She promises me that she sees the fax from the DMV. And is mailing it to them now.

So I wait and call the DMV if they have found it. DMV has not received it yet.

So I call Valerie and she states to call me back, with what she can find out on the status.

Never got that call back. Now I call again and she states that the title got lost in the mail and I have to pay 87 dollars for the duplicate title.

Nope I’m not paying that because I didn’t lose it. She agreed to pay for it and will have it done. So I buy my third temp. I wait and wait.

I call Valerie again and get informed that she is no longer with the company.

I ask about what is happening with me getting my title transferred too Idaho.

I get the first statement again “we don’t release the titles to the DMV ” so I ask how can I get mine transferred too Idaho. “Oh I see we applied for another title”.

So I get approved for another temp and my last one. Now this is where Fairview comes in.

I explain my situation too Grace and Tracy. Oh you need too fill out this form.

Now Grace found my title at the Nampa branch and went too get it.

I’m like awesome I’m going too get this finally done and over with. Oh how wrong was I.

I asked if there is a way we can get me into a different rig or can they come with me to the DMV to get this switched over too Idaho.

Oh yeah just give us a call or find another rig. They’ve denied both rigs I’ve found and never gave a call back.

But they want payment. Well I want my wasted time back or something for the horrible service this company has put me through.

My advice go through team Mazda Subaru for a rig way better than these jokers.

Is Equitable Finance a scam?
Equitable Finance is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Equitable Finance legit?
First Equitable Finance is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Equitable Finance’s consumers?
There is/are 4 review(s) posted about Equitable Finance and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Equitable Finance located?
Equitable Finance is located at 5800 W Fairview Ave, Boise, ID 83704, USA. You can contact Equitable Finance by dialing (208) 344-3134 or visit their website equitablefinco.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Equitable Finance’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $2258 was the total loss incurred by Equitable Finance’s customers.

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4 Reviews on Equitable Finance

  1. Don't do business with these people.

    Don’t do business with these people. They turned off my car. I paid the payment now my car will still not turn on. I ask to speak to a manger and they refuse to give me a name or number or have the manager call me. They have my money but won’t do business ethically.

  2. Do ur home work and stay as far away from these idiots as u can.

    Should 9f done my research before going through these crooked joke of a company. I now see why they have a 1 star rating. I have been dealing with these sharks for over 4 yrs. 4 horrible years that is. Noticed every time I made a payment the amount owed never went down. U would think after 4 years the loan woUld be almost paid off.

    Think again. Every time they have u sign a paper or make a call to u they charge u a 100 bucks. Not a 1 9of these jerks knows what they are doing. One time I got a bill for over 1900 when every payment was made. I finally got to the point that I was sick of dealing with them and told them to come get my vehicles. It took them nearly 5 months to even pick them up. At one point they told me I could well them. So I put them up for sale.

    1 sold right away for a 1000. Gave that to them and it wasn’t good enough. They even repoed the vehicle from the lady who bought it. Then they sold the thing for 400 bucks. Come on seriously. Do ur home work and stay as far away from these idiots as u can.

    I get to see them in court this week and can’t wait. Not only are they stupid they will harass u and talk to u like ur garbage to them. I have a ton of emails from them that is going to court with me. I will not talk to these loser on the phone only through email. That way there is pro9f to how stupid they are and how m7by they break the laws.

  3. I would encourage anyone looking into buying a car to go anywhere else but equitable finance.

    After being an equitable finance customer for over 2 years I have learned several things the hard way. One is they are a very unethical company and staff have no problem lying to your face. I had a loan for 6,100 dollars and ended up with a pay-off of over 11,700. They are very rude and disrespectful. I would encourage anyone looking into buying a car to go anywhere else but equitable finance.

  4. Scammer

    I bought a car through them over 2 years ago and the car was a pile of junk. Then after 2 years of paying them for the car and still owing the same amount that I started with, I said I’m done. Gave them the car back and they told me they would sell it and I’d only owe a portion.

    Instead they sent it to auction and sold it for a hundred bucks. Which is 150 less than they are charging me for fees on selling it. And still wanting me to pay the balance on the car that I bought the car for, 2 years ago.

Reported Loss :2258 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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