On Monday August 1st this dealership had a car listed on several internet sites for $43,868. We worked with their INTERNET sales person and told them we wanted the car and would be willing to send a down payment or sign paperwork to have them hold the car. They told us we had to come into sign paperwork. We lived out of state and could not make it there until Friday. They then told us that they would not hold the car without the full amount of $44,380. We proceeded with financing for the car at our local bank and the dealership sent the invoice for the $44,380 to our bank, we had a check cut and overnighted to the dealership. Before the check was overnighted a photo of the check was sent to show them we were serious in purchasing the car. We got them a check overnighted, booked airline tickets and booked a truck to pick the car up to transport it back to our state. The sales guy called us and said they sold the car. We went online and they had raised the price of the car to $45,259. It was obvious that even though we were paying their asking price (at the time) and they had sent their invoice to the bank that they went forward with a deal because they raised the price and got more. Rather than calling us and talking to us about raising the price. When I phoned in 7 different times to speak first with the owner of the dealership, I was forwarded to a generic mailbox. Called back three times to speak with the sales guy and was disconnected once and transferred to his mailbox twice. I then called into speak with the sales manager. I was transferred to voicemail. I called back later and was told there were no sales managers in. When I asked again to speak to a sales manager she said, "well let me see if I can find someone." All of this was happening while their on hold message talked about, going above and beyond for their customers and working with honesty and integrity. I finally got a sales manager on the phone, WAYNE VILLAO, it was obvious that he was lacking integrity, honesty and customer service. Unfortunately a SLIMY car sales guy. He could have cared less that we were out the money for flight, overnighting the check and transportation and all the time and effort in making this happen. He told us, sorry I didn't have paperwork signed from you, which he was making us come in the dealership to sign. We found out that they had sold the car for more money even though they had a sales invoice to our bank for their asking price at the time. It is obvious that this dealership does not know how to work Internet sales, has ZERO integrity and is lacking honesty. I would NEVER work with this dealership or suggest that anyone do so.