- Toyota’s U.S. financing arm is under fire for reportedly adding products to customers’ loans deceptively.
- The company supposedly made it extremely difficult for consumers to remove these products from their loans.
- On top of all this, allegations state that Toyota didn’t refund customers once they finally managed to remove these products from their loans.
For everyone who is witnessing the unfolding saga of Toyota’s U.S. financing arm, hold onto your seatbelts and keep your financial calculators at ready. This turns out to be quite a thrilling ride on the not-so-fun rollercoaster of car loan decorations! We’re talking about tricked out loans with all the trimmings but no refund option, even after you’ve managed to unbuckle yourself from this E-ticket ride.
It’s as if you went to a restaurant, ordered a salad, and found out it came with unwanted anchovies. But here’s the kicker – once you’ve painstakingly picked out the little fishy fellas, the waiter happily informs you – nope, there’s no refund. Then why remove the anchovies, you ask? Well detective, that’s the mystery we’re all trying to solve.
I mean, for a company that builds cars that can practically drive themselves, it’s a little disappointing that they can’t navigate their way out of a shady loan situation. Maybe, just maybe, they should stick to what they do best – making cars that use less gas… and less of their customers’ patience.