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Ripoff Report | Beaverton Nissan Review - Beaverton, Oregon
Report: #544842

Complaint Review: Beaverton Nissan - Beaverton Oregon

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  • Beaverton Nissan 3855 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard Beaverton, Oregon United States of America

Beaverton Nissan Mehdi Arabzadeh - Corrupt salesman conned and cheated me on final price hidden in unclear paperwork at dealership in Beaverton, Oregon

*Consumer Comment: *HOLIDAY SHOPPING ALERT!!! Make sure to 'Google' this- CAR SALES: TRICKS OF THE TRADE- CONSUMER ALERT, and watch how Tori was SCAMMED....

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After over 3.5 hrs and arriving at an agreed sales price for a new vehicle, I offered my car as a trade in.  Arabzadeh and I agreed on a $900 trade in value. 

I was there 4.5 hours, it was 9:30 pm when I completed the paperwork.  As a disabled senior citizen, I was exhausted and not feeling well and in tears off and on while signing the paperwork.  I asked the financial person about the bottom line, he mumbled something to me about being unsure of the final price for taxes in Washington, that was why it was different than I thought it should be.  The way the paperwork lists charges, it is extremely confusing.  I believe that the contract itself could be considered unlawful considering the way the numbers are listed in such an unclear manner.

I worked out the numbers at home and discovered that the contract showed the final price I paid was $900 more than the price agreed on, $900 is the exact amount agreed on for the trade in.  Arabzadeh listed $1000 for the trade in, which confused me at the dealership, but the price for the vehicle was $900 more than we had agreed upon in the final analysis.  Hard to explain here, very crafty work.

I called, talked with Arabzadeh, he said the sale was final and refused to correct the contract.  I talked with his manager, who also refused to help me.  I have contacted Nissan Corporate, it took many weeks to find a contact number.  After many more weeks of missed phone calls and Nissan Corp not responding at times I said I would be available, I was told that the corporate office cannot help me because each dealership is an individually owned business.

I have written verification of this experience by a witness, a salesman who was new there and observed the entire process.  He quit working there a few days later due to the dishonest and corrupt business practices at that dealership.

The next step for me is legal action.  I would appreciate information that might help.  Beaverton Nissan and Medhi Arabzadeh should not get away with cheating people. 


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#2 Consumer Comment

*HOLIDAY SHOPPING ALERT!!! Make sure to 'Google' this- CAR SALES: TRICKS OF THE TRADE- CONSUMER ALERT, and watch how Tori was SCAMMED....

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

POSTED: Saturday, December 26, 2009

when she went to buy a car at a Car dealership owned by the 3rd largest Dealer Group in America. Sonic Automotive is the 3rd largest Dealer Group in America operating about 150 Car dealerships throughout the country.

And don't forget to 'Google' this- AUTO DEALER LOUIS F HARRELSON TO PLEAD GUILTY, and read the related articles and watch the video.


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POSTED: Saturday, December 26, 2009

They have a SIGNED CONTRACT, with YOUR NAME on it!  You agreed to the terms of the deal.  What is your defense? Age???

You voluntarily participated in the "wear the mooch down" game by agreeing to stay there for hours and hours at a time which told them, loud and clear, "they are an easy mark". 

You were able to read and understand the contract and financial terms and conditions...AFTER...you signed it.  Perhaps you should have READ THE CONTRACT before you signed it!

It doesn't matter what your age is or what physical condition you are in.  They have a signed contract from you indicating you are in full agreement with the terms of that contract. 



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