CAUTION: BEWARE OF THE BAIT AND SWITCH PROFESSIONALS
I contacted this dealerhip through the internet, the salesperson Renee, who telephoned in return was extremely cordial. He asked me a series of questions. I responded about telling him what type of vehicle I wanted to purchase, a Silverado, in Victory Red, and a crew cab with a 5.3 Liter engine. I told him about the options I wanted, the type of vehicle I was trading in, and the price I was willing to pay out the door $7000, along with a 0% interest rate for 60 months.
Renee, told me you can get 0% for 72 months and that he would talk with his sale manager about the deal and call me right back. He kept his word and called me back about 30 minutes later saying yes our sales manager says we can do this deal.
I made an appointment with Renee to see him around 7:30PM on 07/01/2012 fully expecting to close the deal. When I got another salesman greeted me at the door and said he would get Renee for me. I followed him into the showroom, he had me take a seat, went away and came back a few minutes later. He said he would take care of me, because Renee only worked with those people making internet inquires. I should have left, but I was naive. I sat there as he asked me questions, my name, address, city, etc., he never told me his name nor did I ask. He told me that he wanted to appraise my vehicle; and I gave him the key. I told him I was going out on the lot to look at the trucks in the meantime. I waited for quite a while, but he never came back, and when I returned to the office he was at his desk.
On a piece of paper he wrote $13,000 plus the trade and said that's the price out the door, with that I left the showroom.
These swindlers agreed to accept $7000, my trade-in, and provide a O% interest rate for 60 months. Now after I'd used my time to go in good faith to this dealership and close the deal we agreed upon the salesperson ups the price by $6,000 for an out the door price of $13,0000. BEWARE!