To place a deposit over the phone please call 01507 605359
After leaving a deposit, all we ask is for a specific viewing appointment time – preferrably within 24 to 48 hours, or preferrably the day after placing the deposit as we are likely to have other potential purchasers of the car.
The normal holding deposit is just £500 unless otherwise stated by your advisor.
The easiest method of payment is via debit card or bank transfer.
Please contact us to request our bank details if using a bank transfer.
The deposit is to reserve the vehicle “subject to viewing” and is fully re-fundable if after viewing the car you decide you do not wish to proceed.
Any part-exchange price indicated or offered will also be “subject to viewing” by IJC.
(Please note we have a 100% success ratio of happy customers who have purchased over the phone!). Click here to read our outstanding 5 star customer reviews, many of whom have chosen this method of placing a deposit on their new car.
A video of the car may be available if you wish and we are happy to send this prior to any deposit left – simply provide us with an email address and we will forward this to you.
“...Just from talking on the phone to Ian I could tell that the knowledge and professionalism was paramount, I made the near 2 hour drive to view the vehicle reserved with a refundable £500 - I needn't of worried about a thing, the car spoke for itself... - We couldn't of asked for more...”
– Mrs Soraya Z, Nottingham, UK
Upon viewing the car, you may take the car for an unaccompanied test drive by yourself and if you decide to proceed, the car will be ready to drive away on the same day. We can even help you arrange the insurance and advise on how to tax your new car.
For your peace of mind you are covered by law under the “distance selling regulation act” so you can place your deposit with confidence. This entitles you to a full refund if after viewing you chose not to proceed.
Click on this link for our 5 star reviews for clients all over the UK who have successfully placed deposit on an “unseen car”.