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  • Luigi’s Vlogs

    Thank you for coming through for me with the financing it looked like it might not happen but they stuck with it and got it done. thank you .... very polite and hard working especially Jeff
    Nov 16th, 2017

  • Oleg Panchenko

    Thank you for making this happen for me! I had a really good conversation over the phone and when I came to the dealership there were no surprises with the car and financing. These guys made the process fast and easy with the wealth of knowledge they offer. I fell in love with the infinity I purchased as soon as I seen it in person. Happy to refer my friends and family here.
    Sep 8th, 2017

  • Dmitriy Arefyev


    Aug 24th, 2017

  • Jason V

    Here are the facts of the eBay Motors transaction with Direct Auto Sales and Carspot Inc. I will start by saying I am 2400 miles away from Philadelphia, PA where the dealership or dealerships are. I purchased a car on eBay after bidding on an auction. The auction closed on Christmas Eve at 6:21 p.m. The seller did not accept a down payment though eBay. (I came to find out that this was part of the scam) The listing said the item needed to be paid in full in 3 days. I contacted “Gary” the seller about the payment since Christmas Sunday was the 2nd day, and I would only have one business to send the complete payment. He insisted that I would have to pay on Monday 12/26/2017. I asked him if I should arrange shipping or if he had someone he worked with. He said he would arrange shipping and quoted me around $1300. Gary told me that his business was Carspot Inc. and not Direct Auto Sales that was listed as the eBay seller. (this is the shell game part of the scam) He sent me the bank wiring number. I took the day off of work and sat at the bank until the wire was completed. I sent Gary a message shortly after the wire was completed. I asked him to verify he had received my payment. He asked if I could call his instead of text. (also part of the scam to never have any proof in writing or text). During this phone conversation I asked Gary when the shipping was scheduled for. Gary told me he did not own the car yet and now that he had my money he would go buy it, and would schedule the transport after he did. Not a legal practice or an eBay Motors accepted practice to sell a car you don’t own. I asked Gary to mark my payment as received on eBay twice. He assured me he had done it. I told him I was not alerted that he had and he again assured me he had done it (this loophole is the key to the scam). At this point I knew something was wrong. I informed Gary that I was going to be in Philadelphia the next day and expected to pick up the vehicle and title that I had paid for in full more than 24 hours before. I truly believed that if I did not go there I would never see the vehicle or my money again. I was prepared to call the local police and have arrests made if this fraud was carried any further. I flew overnight and showed up in Philadelphia the next morning. I was informed that Gary would be completing the purchase of the car and obtaining the title. I would have to wait until he did until I could pick up my vehicle. Now more than 48 hours passed since I had paid for the car. I texted Gary and asked where the car was and who had the keys so that I could inspect the car while I waited for him to finish buying it. The text went unanswered. In the ad was this exact language: $299 processing fee will be added to the total value of the auction. This fee includes a notary services, messenger. This fee is not negotiable. It is a fixed amount for any car-purchaser, and dealers are included. I paid $12,911 plus the $299 fee. For a total of $13,210. I have ALL receipts. When Gary finally showed up at Carspot Inc. after 6 hours had passed he said I would have to go the DMV processer with him. He forced me to pay the $71.00 fee to the notary for the transfer of title. According to Gary $15.00 of this was for temporary plates. The temporary plates were not part of the transaction. So why did I pay the $56.00 fees in fees that I had already been charged $299 for? Gary who is Russian implied that he had taken me to this particular DMV processor, another Russian owned business, because they were all “connected.” So after waiting more than 6 hours in 12 degree weather for a car that was supposed to already belong to me and after being subtly threatened with Russian Connected people, I was not going to spend any more time waiting before getting out of there. PLEASE SEE PART 2 OF THIS REVIEW!
    Jan 30th, 2018

  • Tireak Young

    My experiece with Direct Auto Sales / G T Motors I went to Direct Auto Sales / G T Motors to browse some cars but wasn't yet ready to buy a vehicle. So when I got there I seen the vehicles outside then I went in the showroom to see the other vehicles. That's when I met Jeff he asked me would this be my first time financing I told him yes. Then he asked me my budget I told him then he invited me into his office to " see where we stood with my credit ". Once he checked my credit over the phone I never signed anything about him checking my credit and he asked me how much was I looking to pay each month I told him and that's where he took me back out to the showroom floor to see a few vehicles. He was briefly telling how many miles this car has and the different features out of the two vehicles I was looking at. I then said I'm interested in one of the vehicles which was an 2011 Audi A4. We then went back inside his office keep in mind I NEVER test drove the vehicle I asked to he said you will and he said if your really interested in the vehicle you can leave a deposit and I won't show the vehicle to anyone else. So I left a $400 deposit when then after taking my money he gave me a receipt to sign. Then he called his manager and before I knew it he was making plans for me to finance the vehicle. After getting off the phone he then says the more you put down on the vehicle the less your monthly bill would be. So I ask him how much more would I need to lower the car note he said atleast $1000 deductible would be able to make it possible for me to get the car. I then said well I wasn't really coming here to try to buy, I was just browsing. He said "could you borrow the rest from any family and we will take the car off the floor until you can bring the other $600"? So I was able to get some more money from my family and bring him another deposit. Once I paid him some more money not all of the amount but close enough as I was leaving I said the car was in that spot where is it now he says it's actually in New Jersey and you have to go out there to do the paperwork and pick up the vehicle all you would have to do is call your insurance company and add it to your already insurance policy I asked why he said because we're just a wholesaler and their the dealer. That didn't make any sense to me so I called my insurance company and told them and they said by him moving the vehicle to New Jersey now they need four pictures and a statement letter from the lienholder stating that the vehicle has no damages. Direct Auto / G T Motors act like that was a hard thing to do for the insurance company and now it's been like 4 going on 5 days and still no vehicle. My insurance agents told me something shady is going on and not to go forward with the deal. I did some research on this place, and these people are selling rebuilt vehicles. Long story short all I can say is STAY AWAY from Direct Auto Sales / G T MOTORS and if you decide to go anyway my advice to you is make sure that you bring your own mechanic. If you would like to know the outcome from this just leave questions on this review page and I'll answer them.
    Aug 12th, 2017

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Direct Auto Sales

Direct Auto Sales is located at 1900 Woodhaven Rd in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116. Direct Auto Sales can be contacted via phone at (215) 904-5248 for pricing, hours and directions.

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Q What is the phone number for Direct Auto Sales?

A The phone number for Direct Auto Sales is: (215) 904-5248.


Q Where is Direct Auto Sales located?

A Direct Auto Sales is located at 1900 Woodhaven Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19116


Q How is Direct Auto Sales rated?

A Direct Auto Sales has a 2.3 Star Rating from 6 reviewers.

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Luigi’s Vlogs on Google

image Thank you for coming through for me with the financing it looked like it might not happen but they stuck with it and got it done. thank you .... very polite and hard working especially Jeff


Oleg Panchenko on Google

image Thank you for making this happen for me! I had a really good conversation over the phone and when I came to the dealership there were no surprises with the car and financing. These guys made the process fast and easy with the wealth of knowledge they offer. I fell in love with the infinity I purchased as soon as I seen it in person. Happy to refer my friends and family here.


Dmitriy Arefyev on Google

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Jason V on Google

image Here are the facts of the eBay Motors transaction with Direct Auto Sales and Carspot Inc. I will start by saying I am 2400 miles away from Philadelphia, PA where the dealership or dealerships are.
I purchased a car on eBay after bidding on an auction. The auction closed on Christmas Eve at 6:21 p.m. The seller did not accept a down payment though eBay. (I came to find out that this was part of the scam) The listing said the item needed to be paid in full in 3 days. I contacted “Gary” the seller about the payment since Christmas Sunday was the 2nd day, and I would only have one business to send the complete payment. He insisted that I would have to pay on Monday 12/26/2017. I asked him if I should arrange shipping or if he had someone he worked with. He said he would arrange shipping and quoted me around $1300. Gary told me that his business was Carspot Inc. and not Direct Auto Sales that was listed as the eBay seller. (this is the shell game part of the scam) He sent me the bank wiring number. I took the day off of work and sat at the bank until the wire was completed.
I sent Gary a message shortly after the wire was completed. I asked him to verify he had received my payment. He asked if I could call his instead of text. (also part of the scam to never have any proof in writing or text). During this phone conversation I asked Gary when the shipping was scheduled for. Gary told me he did not own the car yet and now that he had my money he would go buy it, and would schedule the transport after he did. Not a legal practice or an eBay Motors accepted practice to sell a car you don’t own. I asked Gary to mark my payment as received on eBay twice. He assured me he had done it. I told him I was not alerted that he had and he again assured me he had done it (this loophole is the key to the scam).
At this point I knew something was wrong. I informed Gary that I was going to be in Philadelphia the next day and expected to pick up the vehicle and title that I had paid for in full more than 24 hours before. I truly believed that if I did not go there I would never see the vehicle or my money again. I was prepared to call the local police and have arrests made if this fraud was carried any further.
I flew overnight and showed up in Philadelphia the next morning. I was informed that Gary would be completing the purchase of the car and obtaining the title. I would have to wait until he did until I could pick up my vehicle. Now more than 48 hours passed since I had paid for the car. I texted Gary and asked where the car was and who had the keys so that I could inspect the car while I waited for him to finish buying it. The text went unanswered. In the ad was this exact language: $299 processing fee will be added to the total value of the auction. This fee includes a notary services, messenger. This fee is not negotiable. It is a fixed amount for any car-purchaser, and dealers are included.
I paid $12,911 plus the $299 fee. For a total of $13,210. I have ALL receipts. When Gary finally showed up at Carspot Inc. after 6 hours had passed he said I would have to go the DMV processer with him. He forced me to pay the $71.00 fee to the notary for the transfer of title. According to Gary $15.00 of this was for temporary plates. The temporary plates were not part of the transaction. So why did I pay the $56.00 fees in fees that I had already been charged $299 for? Gary who is Russian implied that he had taken me to this particular DMV processor, another Russian owned business, because they were all “connected.”
So after waiting more than 6 hours in 12 degree weather for a car that was supposed to already belong to me and after being subtly threatened with Russian Connected people, I was not going to spend any more time waiting before getting out of there.
PLEASE SEE PART 2 OF THIS REVIEW!


Tireak Young on Google

image My experiece with Direct Auto Sales / G T Motors I went to Direct Auto Sales / G T Motors to browse some cars but wasn't yet ready to buy a vehicle. So when I got there I seen the vehicles outside then I went in the showroom to see the other vehicles. That's when I met Jeff he asked me would this be my first time financing I told him yes. Then he asked me my budget I told him then he invited me into his office to " see where we stood with my credit ". Once he checked my credit over the phone I never signed anything about him checking my credit and he asked me how much was I looking to pay each month I told him and that's where he took me back out to the showroom floor to see a few vehicles. He was briefly telling how many miles this car has and the different features out of the two vehicles I was looking at. I then said I'm interested in one of the vehicles which was an 2011 Audi A4. We then went back inside his office keep in mind I NEVER test drove the vehicle I asked to he said you will and he said if your really interested in the vehicle you can leave a deposit and I won't show the vehicle to anyone else. So I left a $400 deposit when then after taking my money he gave me a receipt to sign. Then he called his manager and before I knew it he was making plans for me to finance the vehicle. After getting off the phone he then says the more you put down on the vehicle the less your monthly bill would be. So I ask him how much more would I need to lower the car note he said atleast $1000 deductible would be able to make it possible for me to get the car. I then said well I wasn't really coming here to try to buy, I was just browsing. He said "could you borrow the rest from any family and we will take the car off the floor until you can bring the other $600"? So I was able to get some more money from my family and bring him another deposit. Once I paid him some more money not all of the amount but close enough as I was leaving I said the car was in that spot where is it now he says it's actually in New Jersey and you have to go out there to do the paperwork and pick up the vehicle all you would have to do is call your insurance company and add it to your already insurance policy I asked why he said because we're just a wholesaler and their the dealer. That didn't make any sense to me so I called my insurance company and told them and they said by him moving the vehicle to New Jersey now they need four pictures and a statement letter from the lienholder stating that the vehicle has no damages. Direct Auto / G T Motors act like that was a hard thing to do for the insurance company and now it's been like 4 going on 5 days and still no vehicle. My insurance agents told me something shady is going on and not to go forward with the deal. I did some research on this place, and these people are selling rebuilt vehicles. Long story short all I can say is STAY AWAY from Direct Auto Sales / G T MOTORS and if you decide to go anyway my advice to you is make sure that you bring your own mechanic. If you would like to know the outcome from this just leave questions on this review page and I'll answer them.


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