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Complaint Review: Daytona Toyota
Daytona Toyota451 North Nova Road-Daytona Beach, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida USA
Daytona Toyota Daytona Beach Toyota Daytona Beach Florida
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Daytona Beach Toyota 451 N. Nova Rd Daytona Beach, FL Re: 2008 Chrysler 300 VIN To Whom This May Concern: Please consider this correspondence as a formal request to negate the above-referenced car loan that I received on Friday, May 31, 2013 at the Daytona Beach Toyota Dealership in Daytona Beach, FL. I was misled into signing an agreement for a vehicle trade-in by being given false information regarding the terms of the loan. I DO NOT want the car, nor do I want to proceed in processing the loan that was presented to me on May 31, 2013. When I arrived at Daytona Toyota, I was immediately greeted by a salesman named Br. Bembry. I had come to the dealership in order to have a belt repaired on my 2006 Nissan Maxima, but Br. Bembry insisted that he could put me in a newer model car and keep the amount of my Maxima car note the same with a low interest, 60 month loan. I do not know much about math, financing or interest rates, but I have purchased three vehicles over the past twenty years from this dealership and I trusted the integrity of the people that work there. I expected them not to lie to me in order to make a sale. As it turns out, Mr. Bembry did not disclose accurate information. He told me that the agreement of the contract was for a 60 month term when actually the agreement for 72 months. I was misled, and he failed to disclose that the contract was for 72 months as the contract was being negotiated. Additionally, it wasn’t until I got home with a 2008 Chrysler 300 that Mr. Bembry said was such a “deal” that I realized that I was guided the wrong way. I know that you can feel my pain. I returned to car lot on Saturday morning, June 1, 2013, to return the car and pick up my vehicle because I was unhappy with the terms of the contract that I had discovered the night before. Mr. Bembry told me that he had no intentions of releasing my vehicle or voiding out the contract. I am very upset because I have been victimized by Mr. Bembry and the Toyota dealership because he lied to me. I am a retired senior-citizen in need of an additional part time job in order to meet my current bills and financial obligations and I DO NOT want this car or the higher note that accompanies it, nor do I want a longer loan term. According to Blue Book, my Nissan Maxima is currently valued more than the Chrysler that I was duped into taking home on the previous day. Now I want to return the car and get my old car back. I would not have signed over my car and agreed to take the Chrysler 300 had I known the true terms of the agreement. Thank you, in advance, for cancelling this loan transaction before it is processed. Please reach out and help me. Sincerely,
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