Beware, gross negligence displayed by staff!
I purchased a vehicle last April from out of state. I traveled to the dealership in Denver to inspect the vehicle and make sure everything was ok,
I purchased a vehicle last April from out of state. I traveled to the dealership in Denver to inspect the vehicle and make sure everything was ok, which it was, so I paid up, signed the papers and returned to my home state, with the promise by salesmen John Mattis and Dmitri Kouznetsov that they would handle the collection and transportation of my car two days later with the utmost professionalism.
When the transportation company arrived to this dealership two days later to pick up my car, the truck driver recorded numerous scratches on body and windshield, and whats even worse, they ENTERED A FALSE ODOMETER READING ON THE COLLECTION PAPERWORK! The truck driver inflated the odometer reading by adding 120 miles, I found out later that this was done so the truck driver himself could drive MY car for his personal use here in my home state before delivering it to me (Crazy huh?).
The vehicle was recovered a couple of days later by me from the truck driver himself, with damage but yet it still had less miles than what it was picked up with from the Westminster dealership. –imagine that. Sales Manager Eugene Darconte washed his hands from this, even though Mr. Kouznetsov signed and authorized the legal paperwork pertaining to Bill of Laden of the car with a false odometer reading and “allegedly” non-existent damage on the car. When I confronted Dmitri about this his response was “well, we never really check that paperwork when we sign it...”. I was speechless…
Transportation company alleges that this damage was already on the car at pick up from Denver, and well, Dmitri DID IN FACT sign the paper with that "alleged" damage and the over-stated odometer reading, so...
If this is not gross negligence then I don’t know what is. I’d stay away from this place.