My 78 year old mother was taken to this dealership by a non-relative to cosign a loan. She has no idea today what this entails. She has no clue that the vehicle she cosigned for costs approximately $30,000.00. Yesterday, when my sisters and I asked her about this she answered she does not know how much the vehicle cost, she does not have any loan papers and she does not think (or understand) that she can be held responsible for payment on the vehicle. My mother can not remember if anyone at the dealership asked her if she understood she would be responsible for the payment if it wasn't made. Sad to say, that this dealership appears to only be concerned about making money. Perhaps, when some young female brings in an elderly person (who she is not related to) into the dealership to cosign a loan, they should ask a few more questions. FYI People with dementia can appear just fine in the first 15 minutes of meeting someone new. We will be reporting this to the BBB and to the Illinois Elderly Abuse system.