I was supposed to be working with Tangela Nalls on purchasing a vehicle, however, she intentionally lied to me to get me in the office and completely wasted my time. I submitted my application on-line, knowing and fully disclosing to her my credit wasn’t great, but she insisted they had programs to help. She followed up with an email stating her manager wanted me to come in to go over a few things. I both emailed and called her to inquire as to what this meant and was told everything “looked good,“ they did not see any issues that would “disqualify” me and the manager just wanted to discuss what type of vehicle I wanted with me. I specifically asked her if I was approved because I would need to borrow a car to get there and did not want to drive from the north to south side to waste my time & stare at walls. Again, she told me yes, they had already looked through everything. COMPLETELY FALSE. My credit wasn’t even ran until I got to the dealership and was then told “sorry” nothing could be done. I’m not sure why people in the car business feel the need to toy with potential buyers by stringing them on and toying with their emotions, but the conduct by the employees is a clear example of why the public has disdain for car dealerships. The treatment I received was not only morally wrong but more importantly one of the most unethical business practices I’ve ever dealt with. And I’ll be sure to inform my corporate benefits department of the treatment so they can heavily review any exclusive or preferred business dealings/incentives they have with the dealership.