I went to Pierre Money Mart in an attempt to buy a used car, and to start getting my credit back in order following some major changes in my life. The staff upon entering was very nice and helpfull, but after being told I was approved to buy a car for a value up to $9,000, I was told there were no cars in stock in my price range, but there were quite a few going through the shop and Hammer would call on Monday or Tuesday with some options. I never heard from Hammer, and called to leave messages over a 2 week period without a response. I decided to go back to Pierre Money Mart in person to find out what was going on and to see what options they may have for me. When I arrived, I found out Hammer wasn't in and the sales person that was trying to help called Hammer at home to ask what was happening. This salesman told me that he would call the following day "guaranteed", as there were a couple of cars in my price range. Once again, no call, and no response to messages left. This experience all started on the 3rd weekend of July, with my follow up visit approximately one month later, and then to have one of their employees drop a letter in my mailbox, without using the USPS, that was dated 3 weeks prior stating that I needed to call to continue the sale, but the expiration date on the letter was 2 weeks prior to receiving it. I went the extra step and called the creditor that I was told Pierre Money Mart went through, and they told me that I was never approved for $9,000, and that the paperwork had never been submitted.
If this is how Pierre Money Mart does business on a regular basis, I'm not sure why people continue using them and helping them to stay in business. There is no integrity involved with the sales staff at this dealership, and I recommend that people find honest alternatives when trying to buy a car.