I’ve bought over 30 cars in the last 15 years and this was by far the WORST experience ever. The entire experience was ruined by the conduct of the finance manager, Greg Beye. He was rude, dishonest and condescending from the beginning. I’ve never been so disrespected by anyone, let alone a business we are spending thousands of dollars with. Greg told us the best rate he could get was 4.04% (72 mo). I have excellent credit so that seemed high. I asked him to check First Community as they had a lower rate. He called back and said that wasn't an option because First Community's rate capped out at a certain dollar amount so in order to get that rate we needed to put $6,000 down. We told him to just keep it as it was since First Community wouldn't do a loan for the amount we were financing. A few days later, I was talking with First Community about us not getting a loan through them. They ran an application and said I would have been approved at 2.5% (66 mo) or 3.24% (78 mo) and there may have been a small amount to put down but it would be very minimal (under $1,000). I had them check to see if Greg had even ran my credit and they said yes. I told them what Greg told me about not getting a loan for over $45,000 and they said they have no idea why he would tell me that because based on the vehicle I was buying that is not true. GREG BEYE TOLD ME THAT SO HE COULD HOLD 1.5 POINTS ON ME! HE LIED TO ME AND SCAMMED ME. A few days later, my wife went to the dealership to drop off the title for one of our trades. We had traded in 2 vehicles on 1 new vehicle. One of the trades was in my company’s name and the other was in my name. The license office told us that the company vehicle should be listed on a separate bill of sale rather than included in the paperwork with our personal vehicle that was traded in. This was discussed with the salesperson and Greg multiple times. I was told the paperwork would be correct. When arriving at Bommarito, my wife told Greg she had the title for the trade in. She had our daughter (age 5) with her. My wife told Greg a bill of sale for the company vehicle was not in our paperwork. It was supposed to list my company as the seller and list the dollar amount that Bommarito purchased the vehicle for. This was only needed for my company's records...to show we sold the vehicle to Bommarito as the state instructed us to do. Greg said he couldn’t help her and she’d have to get that from the used car manager. Rather than my pregnant wife and daughter running around to another building to find the used car manager, she asked Greg if he could call the used car manager to see if he can get it for us. Greg shook his head and laughed at her. He made a phone call and then hung up and said they would not be giving us a bill of sale because the vehicle is listed on the buyer's order. My wife explained that the buyers order doesn't list my company as seller and it doesn't list the amount it was purchased for. Greg was not hearing it and quickly grew angry, raising his voice and arguing with her. Then he snapped "IT IS ON THE FRICKIN’ BUYER'S ORDER!" My wife was shocked at how hostile he suddenly became and was especially upset that he was speaking so inappropriately in front of our daughter. She told him she didn't like him speaking that way in front of our daughter and (still raising his voice) his response was "WHAT? LIKE SHE'S NEVER HEARD THAT WORD BEFORE?!" My wife said no, we don't speak like that in front of our kids. He then said "LET ME SEE THIS TITLE YOU SAY YOU HAVE." At this point my wife was in tears and felt very uncomfortable. She took out the title and tossed it onto Greg's desk. He said "OH, WE ARE THROWING THINGS NOW ARE WE?" He wrote down the dollar amount they gave us for the company vehicle we traded in on the buyers order and threw it at my wife. My wife asked to speak with the GM, but he wasn’t there and hasn’t returned my calls. Greg’s behavior was completely unacceptable. I also feel scammed over the interest rate and that has broken my trust with Bommarito. I’ll NEVER buy from Bommarito again.