My Review Of Oak Ridge Nissan:
Stay far away from this dealership!! Do not buy a 2012 Versa SL from them!! It is a lemon that I traded in that they refuse to give back to me. I thought my financing was approved, but the next day they called to tell me my husband would have to sign because my debt to income ratio was too high. My husband decided not to signed because of the trouble we had with the first car we bought from them. When I told them this, I asked if I could bring their car back and just get my trade in (which was brought in originally for a transmission leak for the third time on a 15 month old Versa). They said no, they would get it financed through another lender and I would HAVE to come in and sign a new finance contract. Two days later they called me and said they had it financed just on my income. I was contacted by my credit union wanting to verify my income because they had received an application from the dealership stating I made nearly twice as much as I really did. I went to the dealership to try to return their car and get mine back, but again they refused, saying that I had signed a bailment agreement meaning I HAD to sign their new contract. I had no copy of such thing and when I asked about it, I was told that it was in the "supplement to contract" and that they don't give a copy of everything signed until after everything is finalized and approved. I finally got a copy of it after I demanded one. They also told me that they may have already sold my trade in, even though they didn't have the title and it is not paid off with the lender. When I asked about the overstated income to my credit union, I was lied to that they just gave a copy of my paystub and the credit union assumed the monthly income. I called my credit union the next day and was told they never received a paystub, my monthly income was on the application. I have since found out that they have again falsified my income to the new lender that has approved me. This lender has now declined the loan. I called the dealership and spoke with the GM, Fred Ward, and confronted him about the false income and that it was now declined, he still refused to give me my car back and hung up on me!
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