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"I was frustrated, exhausted and very, very upset," Matthew Jones told the I-TEAM. Matthew and his wife Jennifer said they’ve been through the wringer after trading in their Ford Explorer for a Chevy Tahoe at Riverside Chevrolet on Philips Highway in January. "Get a call from the credit union that her (Jennifer's) explorer was financed through, wondering why her payment was delinquent. We looked at each other just flabbergasted and confused." Matthew explained. The couple found out the dealership did not pay off their trade-in as agreed to. So, their payment to their bank was late. Because of that, both of their credit scores dropped dramatically. Jennifer says she lost 68 points. Matthew says he took a 73-point hit. "Huge damage, especially when you are in the process of refinancing your home," said Jennifer. Matthew and Jennifer thought they might be alone, until they saw our I-TEAM investigation uncovering a long-list of similar complaints. They watched the story of Navy veteran Marie Wright, whose credit was destroyed when the dealership didn't pay off her trade-in for months. On the day she and her husband where set to close on their first home, they were told their VA loan was being denied because of their low credit scores. They also watched active duty Navy Sailor Ryan Gary tell his story. Gary is now concerned about his military security clearance because his credit was ruined when Riverside Chevrolet waited months to pay off his trade-in.
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