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Old 06-02-2012, 02:14 PM   #11
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Thanks for the the ideas, I did sent a e-mail out to the sales person I'm dealing with day will wait for a reply probaby on Monday.
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:40 AM   #12
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Is it RV Direct?
Is this the SOP for RV Direct? Why would anyone agree to pay for a unit before delivery? And I can't understand how the finance company can process papers without a signed transfer to the buyer. My dealer required 10% down for order and balance at the end of PDI walk thru.
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:45 AM   #13
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Yes I have the license plates and received and paid the taxes on it, I believe I got the certificate of origin? Not sure what you mean on that?
Hope you have an insurance policy in force on that unit otherwise you could be paying on the loan with a burned out shell to camp in!

Or a dealer that goes BK on you and the trailer is still listed within the inventory or flooring.
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Old 06-03-2012, 03:58 AM   #14
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Would never have signed loan papers without having the camper.
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Old 06-03-2012, 09:36 AM   #15
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If I may. This is standard operating procedure at rvdirect. It has ALWAYS been
standard operating procedure at rvdirect. Rvdirect gives you in most cases BIG savings. If they ORDER a rv for you you do have to pay upfront.

this has been their procedure for years. IF you order it you pay for it your stuck with it.

If you don't want big savings get it from a local dealer or get one already there.

they order tons of rv's. they are not going to let you come in look at it then say you don't want it.

if you want the ability to do this Don't buy from rv direct
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:48 AM   #16
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Is this the SOP for RV Direct? Why would anyone agree to pay for a unit before delivery? And I can't understand how the finance company can process papers without a signed transfer to the buyer. My dealer required 10% down for order and balance at the end of PDI walk thru.
RV direct requires 10% down and then balance or financing when the unit comes off line and is ready to be delivered to RVdirect. Then it goes through their final prep before being delivered to the customer. I financed through them in that they found a bank to finance the deal and got me interest rates and set up the financing then send the paper work to me to be signed as the unit came off line and was ready for delivery to them. I was contacted by RVdirect after that being informed that the unit was in prep. That was the last time I heard from them without contacting them first. All I keep hearing from them now is the unit is in prep, I don't think the sales dept. is told much by the transport dept. They really need a customer contact dept. to keep people informed of what's going on with a purchase.
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rvdirects main office is Albany rv in albany new york. you might try calling them
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I've got an E-mail into the sales person should hear back tomorrow, I just asked for info on where my unit is and a possible delivery date. See if she comes back with more than it's in prep this time.
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Had to be insured to get the loan.
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Old 06-06-2012, 09:20 PM   #20
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Sales rep contacted me yesterday stated that it had taken longer to receive from the factory than they had thought. suppose to be at the dealer ship now being prep. Still no approximate delivery date however, but am hoping soon.
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