I reached out to them via one of their online ads after seeing a vehicle I was interested in at just under 32k. I received a call the next morning and they told me it would be going up to 35k+ if they needed to repair the bit of damage that was present, but I could have it for the under 32k price that was advertised if I'd commit to purchasing it that day as is and pay $500 for the bit of work they'd done on it already. I decided to go for it at the original under 32k price, + the $500 and their fees. I was sent the official quote, and was told his manager would call me to provide the wire info. A few hours passed, and I hadn't heard anything, so I reached out to my salesperson. A bit later I received a call from the manager, and he said "The owner decided to sell it to one of his friends. He owns them and he can do what he wants" I
had a weird feeling that they just wanted to try and sell it at a higher price, and didn't want to commit to our deal. I followed up with my salesperson the next day via text and said I was pretty bummed at the way that went down, and to let me know if the car came back in. He just said "Sure I will" via text. Sure enough it popped back up the next day on their site at 38.5k, and has been there the last 2 weeks. I texted the screenshot of the ad to my salesperson, and got no response. I was really bummed to be treated this way, and I actually would have paid a bit more for it if they had used a more honest tactic. I really liked the vehicle, and it was a pretty unique spec.