ABC Motor Credit and DBS Financial are the worst companies anyone can do business with when it comes to buying a car for the purposes of rebuilding your credit and driving a quality car.
My experience with both companies was absolutely terrible. I was given a car that had serious mechanical issues and to my shock, I was denied the option to trade the car in according to THEIR 48-hour exchange program. I could give details, but this report would be five pages long and I don't have the time at this writing to spell it all out. However, I'll answer questions and rebut any kickback I get from this review. Suffice it to say, the dealership felt it was fair to stick me with a lemon, refuse to honor the 48-hour exchange option, and then place the negative equity of the car on my credit report once I gave it back, and it was sold at auction. Their legal department ignored the fact that my option to trade the car in was refused by the dealership, telling me instead that I had to contact the dealership I got the car from in the first place; I say ignored, because even after I pointed out that I went through that by calling the dealership to take advantage of it the option, I was told it was out of their hands. Being told this cements the truth in my comments here that if you're struggling with finances and need a quality car that you don't want to put money into the day you get it, then you should avoid ABC Motor Credit and DBS Financial. They only care about their bottom line. They don't care about you, your personal financial issues, or care to be truthful, upfront, and honorable when it comes to their obligations to their customers.
These people all suck at their jobs, and should be put out of business to make way for car dealerships that respect and truly help the people who put food on their tables.