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  1. I filled out the form to do some craft work from home (I am in the support group) I got a call asking me about it - and a start date which was sorted out. The lady said it will 'make a difference' and I will be asked to send them receipts and the likes. I have heard nothing back so not sure what to do next (this was over 2 weeks ago). Plus I am afraid by what she means in 'this will make a difference'. Will I lose my benefit, I am only talking selling a few items a week maybe month (some times not even that) to get some money back so I can buy more craft items (I understand the n
  2. Darrens brother, I took a car out for Darren since he couldn't get the finance to get it himself from car craft, everything went okay all the paper work was done then after a month the finance company got in contact with me demanding full payment for the car because I had broke the contract due to taking out finance for a 3rd party which I wasn't aware of while buying the car carcraft had told me they had done this loads of times with other customers and that it was perfectly fine.
  3. I have had my vehicle now for 6 months and when i purchased it i paid extra to have the service and M.O.T. package included for 5 years. On Tuesday the 10th june i took my car to Rochdale car craft to have my 6 month service and M.O.T. i had to take the day off work unpaid and travel from Hazel Grove to Rochdale and then wait around for 3-4 hours because the Trafford based carcraft does not have a service centre! Once they had finished it they informed me it had passed and would see me in 12 months, i walked to my vehicle and straight away noticed a large scrat
  4. After opinions/advice. The wife went to carcraft on Sunday and has bought a car, she's got a rather terrible deal, paid 3000 over the top for it and then due to some historic missed payments the finance she has got is poor, over 5 years she'll pay back 19000 for an 8500 car. When she's come back and I've had a look at the paperwork and been horrified, it's sunk in and she's wanted out. Saying well you get 7 days to return it, the line from the salesman was "you can return it within 7 days as people change their mind", so I've went to return it and they've the
  5. I am considering getting a car on finance from Car Craft, I have really bad credit and I have been told they specialize in this area. Has anyone got bad credit finance with them ? Any problems ? Can you suggest any other companies that can help me ?
  6. My partner and I purchased a vehicle from Carcraft feb 2007 the salesman was very pushy but seemed genuine. He convinced us to purchase the 3 year NAC warranty, which later we read through and discovered the warranty wasn't worth the £2500 we were paying for due to the Terms and Conditions. But our problems started when I was involved in an accident in December 07 which I was at fault, we had purchased GAP insurance so the finance on the car was covered, so we thought, all except the Warranty. The car was written off, and the insurance had paid off the finance,
  7. hi could anyone help please i took a car loan out with car craft back in 2003/2004 for an astra at a cost of £5000 i came into some money at the end of 2004 and asked for a settlement fee which came to £14000 i paid this off as i wanted to be debt free looking back now i realize that this was an extortionate amount to have to pay for a £5000 car but i was young i remember being bullied into taking several extra things with the car but cant remember what they were i am assuming this included ppi is there i could now get a copy of sale agreement as i have moved a
  8. Hello everyone, After my experience with Car Craft and their NAC warranty I decided to join the forum to seek for advice and share my story. Let's start from the beginning: Back in September 2010, I was a proud owner of a Fiat Grande Punto 1.3 diesel (2007) with 22k miles, cheap to run, reliable, never had a problem with it. The only issue: it was too small for me (I am 1.91cm and 130kg) so on the 11th of September I used Car Craft's website to value my car. After around 2 hours I received a call from my local Car Craft (Chertsey) asking me if I was looking for anythin
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