Called specifically to check the availability of a car; asked salesman (Travis) to specifically check if there's a pending sale or if someone's made a down payment; answer was NO on both counts. So I made arrangements and took a half day off from work the very next day to come in at 3pm to buy the car; appointment was confirmed a day in advance. Got a call about an hour before the appointment from another guy (Joshua) telling me someone is at the dealership presently looking at the car with interest and so there's a chance they buy it before I get there; he then suggested I not come in at all. Minutes later, Travis (salesman I made arrangements with just the day before) calls back to say there was a misunderstanding on their part, and that the vehicle is available for me to look at and buy. Just as we hung up the phone, Joshua calls me to say that, actually the person looked at at the car not today but the day before and was applying for a car loan, but the loan was just approved so the person will be coming in. I simply asked to speak with Travis who then called back; in clarifying the confusion, he said they're sorry but the person is coming in to sign the purchase since he got approved earlier today. That's when I asked him "is the car already purchased?" and the answer was not yet. I told him I'm still gonna come to see it unless he can tell me the car is sold. On my way there, Joshua called to say the guy is there. When I got there, Travis was in the building probably hiding out of shame, and Joshua who introduced himself as the sales manager repeated his story, saying the guy is here signing the paper work but said he'd be happy to show me other cars. I told him no thanks. I'm not sure what version of the story they'll come up with next but you be the judge and decide if these are the kinds of people you want to do business with.