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Complaint Review: david stanley chevrolet
david stanley chevrolet614 s.w.74th st oklahoma city, Oklahoma USA
david stanley chevrolet Ripped me off in price & changed mileage, etc on my old trade-in oklahoma city Oklahoma
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I went to David Stanley Chevrolet in Oklahoma City on June 14,2013. I traded in my 2004 Yukon Denali which had over 121,000 miles on it and was all stock. The car i traded it for was for a 2011 scion tc with 74,000 miles. I was somewhat happy with my new vehicle, im just a person who doesnt like change for the first few days. One day after i bought the car i was online on their website and i seen my old trade in. They put on 22 aftermarket rims, changed the grill & even changed the mileage.
I knew for a fact this was my trade in because on the inside pictures it showed was a bleach stain on left side rear carpet behind driver seat. I couldnt believe it & they were selling it for over 16 grand. I had a literal pain in my stomack i soon felt sick. I grabbed my paper work, i continued searching their used vehicles online to see my "new" car still on there for 12,995 but my paper work said 15,000. [continued below]....
I did owe 7,800 on my trade in, they "gave me 8,300" for it. Still isint right with the other stuff they have done.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/18/2013 05:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/david-stanley-chevrolet/oklahoma-city-Oklahoma-73139/david-stanley-chevrolet-Ripped-me-off-in-price-changed-mileage-etc-on-my-old-trade-in-1060183. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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