I initially talked with Eric about some vehicles for sale 04-14-20, and telephoned Eric again on 04-15-20. However, it was his day off and I spoke wi
I initially talked with Eric about some vehicles for sale 04-14-20, and telephoned Eric again on 04-15-20. However, it was his day off and I spoke with Lance. On 04-16-20, I telephoned to talk with Eric, as I appreciated his attitude on day one. Lance was initially conferenced in to the conversation. Eric and I agreed on a vehicle, purchase price, and my payment. The transaction was initiated. Later, I receive a telephone call from Lance and a different price which included tax and an administrative fee. Eric had said that in our agreement that tax was included and did not mention an administrative fee. I telephoned Eric and informed as to what Lance had included. Eric responded, I am sorry about the misunderstanding. Thus, the basic bait and switch con game that you would expect to experience at a used car lot or carnival - not from a dealership with upscale facilities and automobiles. Surely, this sales technique is not taught or promoted by Lexus.