The journey: I see a car online, like it, fly down to Memphis, buy it, and head for home (what I considered a simple, low-maintenance transaction). In less than an hour, the oil overfill light comes on; and the wheels (all of them) are unbalanced - The car is shaking like it came off a Saturday night bender. Unbearable, and still far away from home, I take it to Porsche St. Louis (who was great!) where they properly balance the wheels and address the oil issue. I head back on the road the next day.
Fast-forward 10 days; I never received the paperwork for my tags so I call. They tell me I owe another $500.00 (due to their miscalculation on my taxes) even though we completed an “out-the door” deal. It felt like a; “we’re holding your tags hostage till you pay up” game. I get a total run-around, no call backs, different/varying stories from different people (Except Caroline - she was nice/honest). Finally, after 8+ more calls + numerous texts (either they’re inept or trying to wear me down), their manager (Jason Marsh) calls back with a go-pound-sand-classic used car manager attitude and tells me; “yea, that’s just too bad, you agreed to pay any differences (true – the finance manager did say it might may be a “few dollars” at closing) even though we made the mistake.”