I spoke to the individuals there about purchasing a vehicle they advertised. I contacted them (through text messaging) and they promptly responded. They answered all the questions I had and it didn’t matter the time (Sometimes after closing). I opted to finance a portion of the vehicle through my personal financial institution and provide a down payment. The insisted on running my credit. I would have gladly provided the information if I chose to finance through them. I provided them copies of my current drivers license and insurance and placed a down payment to hold the car while they mailed me the paperwork. They attempted to get my social by having me fill out a financing application and failed, because I put all 1s. Theu states that they wanted to verify my identity, it was standard if I didn’t come in, and since they were shipping the car to me they needed my social. They didn’t stop there, I spoke to two different individuals and explained why I didn’t want to give them my social security number. I already had my credit run by a dealership I dealt with a couple weeks prior and didn’t want several inquiries lowering my score. I felt as though they went out of there way to try to attain personal information that they didn’t have the right having. I would not purchase another vehicle here because of my experience. Maybe it would have been different in person.