Price was agreed upon, bank faxed over approval letter and insurance; when I arrived just to be told the vehicle was sold, even though I was told less than 30 minutes by Nicholas Potest the vehicle is being service and I will receive a full tank of gas. I went to the manager Mr. Paul Goodyke and he couldn't care less; he just stated I will have to fine another vehicle. But I explain... If the vehicle was being service how could it be on the lot for sale? He said I don't know why you was told that. Later, I found out they were selling the vehicle to another person for almost $2,000.00 more before tax, etc.... That's the REAL reason, they went with the higher bidder. So, I made a point to give the other person the bank approval letter showing the out of door price. Hopefully, the person got it for the price that was original offered to me or they left it! I don't see how they sleep at night knowing they are cheating people out of their money. The sad part about it, the person was elderly. Very SAD!!!! I contacted the true car buying service through USAA and Navy Federal Credit Union to report the incident. So, no other military family will be a victim to Pat Peck Nissan in Gulfport, MS. Tried contacting the 800 number for consumer affairs being on hold for 30 minutes.