We saw a Ford Fusion on Carfax at their dealer a good price. We did not check the car on their website. When we got there, they gave the price on Carfax, with a notation underneath "after $1,995.00 deposit". It did state on their web site that the price was "after $1,995.00 deposit", but the way the put the price out on the internet is intentionally deceiving and on their web site, it is one of those "fine print" things. It was clearly an intent to deceive. We agreed to the price and went to get a check for down payment, we decided to put more money down. When we told them, most dealers would like that, their reply was that they had minimum financing amount. We went back with a $5,000.00 bank check, and went to sign the buyers order, only they added a $995.00 prep fee- so now we are looking at $2,985.00 over the advertised price. They agreed to drop the prep after I threatened to walk out and I told them I would only give them the down payment at final signing. Thats when their moron of an F&I guy told the salesman he would not do anything further until he had the $5,000.00 down payment, or cancel the deal. Why would he "NEED" the down payment in hand prior to submitting the credit app? Simple, he had full intent to try and sell us something else or up the price and hold us hostage with our down payment check. I told we were done- then the moron F&I guy started to get nasty, told me he knew where I lived- a DIRECT THREAT and proceeded to be nasty as we left. Flipped us the bird and more- They did not like a smart buyer, he lost a sale and I laughed the whole way home. This dealer banks on getting the less informed buyer and takes advantage of them- Stay away, they will try to screw you royally- kinda felt bad for my sales guy, he lost the sale due to the poor ethics and attitude of the F&I ripoff artist!