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Complaint Review: David Stanley Dodge

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  • Submitted: Sun, February 15, 2009
  • Updated: Sun, January 09, 2011

  • Reported By:Choctaw Oklahoma
David Stanley Dodge
7609 SE 29th St. Midwest City, Oklahoma U.S.A.

David Stanley Dodge I told the Salesman & Sales Manager I did not want to do any type of lease. They told me Chrysler had a special program that worked like a lease but was not a lease.That was a lie. Midwest City Oklahoma

*Consumer Suggestion: why

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: confused

*Consumer Suggestion: What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

*Consumer Suggestion: What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

*Consumer Suggestion: What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

*Consumer Suggestion: What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

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In 2007 I went to David Stanley Dodge in Midwest City, Ok. I wanted to purchase a Dodge Nitro. I was comparing prices. I told them up front I was not interested in any lease. My husband & I were there all day. Their price was too high and their payment was too high compared to elsewhere. And I told them so. They said they could meet the price. During the day, from the Salesman to the Sales Manager we repeated no leasing program.

Finally they told us Chrysler Finance had a special program and we quaified for it with our good credit. He said it worked better than leasing. I ask if he was sure it was not a lease, he said absolutely not a lease.

We said ok and signed the papers. They put papaers in the envelope and handed it to us. When we got home there was only one page in the envelope. We did not get any of the other copies. I called the Sales Manager. He said to drop by in the morning and he would have them ready for us. We had a funny feeling so we decided to also take the Nitro back the next morning and get my Crown Vic which was free & clear. We got there before 7:00 am the next morning and tried to find my Crown Vic. We walked over both their lots and looked inside the service garage. My car was no where to be found. We waited for the sales Manager to get there. We explained we were uneasy about this and brought the car back. He said they couldn't find the other papers. We just wanted to leave. But he kept insisting there was no problem and this was not a lease. He said it worked like a lease the first 2 years so the payments would be lower and then it turned into a purchase.

When we questioned the new paper work he made out like we just didn't understand the Chrysler Program. We decided maybe he was right. So we kept the Nitro. Two and half weeks went by and we received a letter form
Chrysler Finance thanking us for leasing the Nitro. They sent a survey letter about David Stanley Dodge. I replied to them and told them everything. How they lied and ripped us off. From the first week of purchasing the Nitro from David Stanley Dodge we have heard many stories form other people that have gone through ripoffs from David Stanley. They are lairs and they will do and say any thing to make the sale. They do not care about the customers.
My lease will be up on May 15th 2009 and we will be glad to get rid of them.
I would advise anyone not to deal with them. I like the Nitro, but I think they are a bunch of crooks.

Tody
Choctaw, Oklahoma
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

why

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

why was you at the dealership all day? i would have left after the first 2 hours.

allday i would have told them no thank you.

when i bought my Dogde caliber i was at the dealership for 3 hours tops.

i went thru this Run around with David stanley i was there for 4 hours,after the sales men kept giving me excuses why he could not make the deal work or i had to come up with more money down with my trade in or. after that i told him never mind i will go else where. and this "RUDE" sales men said you wont get help else where for a new car. you job history is poor and your credit.

my reply was been on the job for 13 years. and Credit score 685.

went to Fowler Dodge off i240, spoke with a nice sales men was in and out with in 3 hours wit ha new doge caliber and i used Chrysler Finance for the finaning.

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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

confused

AUTHOR: Asofh - (U.S.A.)

All the papers you signed in the finance office would state what kind of finance terms your purchase had and YOU signed the papers. Why would you sign something without reading the papers in which you are signing? By reading the contract you would have known it was a lease and wouldnt have made this silly post blaming Stanley for something YOU had control over!

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#3 Consumer Suggestion

What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

Here we go again!

At the start of your posting, you said you were at the dealership "all day". Why?
Your willingness to simply stay there and "take it" told the salesman you were willing to do anything for a stupid car. Whether you decided to stay there or the salesman played a dog and pony show with you...you should have left. It doesn't take "all day" to buy a car!

Secondly, I'm afraid to ask...did you read any of the paperwork you signed? If none of the paperwork you signed was a "FLEASE" contract, then you have a pretty good legal case. However, if you signed such a contract WITHOUT READING what you obligated yourself to, then you are up the creek, as you should be in that instance.

Lets review some fairly basic things...

1. The dealer needs you, you don't need them. Don't play the role of doormat.

2. Read and understand EVERY paper they ask you to sign BEFORE you sign it. (How basic is this?).

You were perfectly correct on avoiding any car FLEASE. Its a tremendously bad deal for you with tons more profit and commission. The Sleazy American Car Business is full of examples of how people were conned into a FLEASE with many of those examples because the customer played doormat.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

Here we go again!

At the start of your posting, you said you were at the dealership "all day". Why?
Your willingness to simply stay there and "take it" told the salesman you were willing to do anything for a stupid car. Whether you decided to stay there or the salesman played a dog and pony show with you...you should have left. It doesn't take "all day" to buy a car!

Secondly, I'm afraid to ask...did you read any of the paperwork you signed? If none of the paperwork you signed was a "FLEASE" contract, then you have a pretty good legal case. However, if you signed such a contract WITHOUT READING what you obligated yourself to, then you are up the creek, as you should be in that instance.

Lets review some fairly basic things...

1. The dealer needs you, you don't need them. Don't play the role of doormat.

2. Read and understand EVERY paper they ask you to sign BEFORE you sign it. (How basic is this?).

You were perfectly correct on avoiding any car FLEASE. Its a tremendously bad deal for you with tons more profit and commission. The Sleazy American Car Business is full of examples of how people were conned into a FLEASE with many of those examples because the customer played doormat.
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

Here we go again!

At the start of your posting, you said you were at the dealership "all day". Why?
Your willingness to simply stay there and "take it" told the salesman you were willing to do anything for a stupid car. Whether you decided to stay there or the salesman played a dog and pony show with you...you should have left. It doesn't take "all day" to buy a car!

Secondly, I'm afraid to ask...did you read any of the paperwork you signed? If none of the paperwork you signed was a "FLEASE" contract, then you have a pretty good legal case. However, if you signed such a contract WITHOUT READING what you obligated yourself to, then you are up the creek, as you should be in that instance.

Lets review some fairly basic things...

1. The dealer needs you, you don't need them. Don't play the role of doormat.

2. Read and understand EVERY paper they ask you to sign BEFORE you sign it. (How basic is this?).

You were perfectly correct on avoiding any car FLEASE. Its a tremendously bad deal for you with tons more profit and commission. The Sleazy American Car Business is full of examples of how people were conned into a FLEASE with many of those examples because the customer played doormat.
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#6 Consumer Suggestion

What Did You Sign??? Did You Read It???

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

Here we go again!

At the start of your posting, you said you were at the dealership "all day". Why?
Your willingness to simply stay there and "take it" told the salesman you were willing to do anything for a stupid car. Whether you decided to stay there or the salesman played a dog and pony show with you...you should have left. It doesn't take "all day" to buy a car!

Secondly, I'm afraid to ask...did you read any of the paperwork you signed? If none of the paperwork you signed was a "FLEASE" contract, then you have a pretty good legal case. However, if you signed such a contract WITHOUT READING what you obligated yourself to, then you are up the creek, as you should be in that instance.

Lets review some fairly basic things...

1. The dealer needs you, you don't need them. Don't play the role of doormat.

2. Read and understand EVERY paper they ask you to sign BEFORE you sign it. (How basic is this?).

You were perfectly correct on avoiding any car FLEASE. Its a tremendously bad deal for you with tons more profit and commission. The Sleazy American Car Business is full of examples of how people were conned into a FLEASE with many of those examples because the customer played doormat.
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