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Ripoff Report | Beaverton Nissan Review - Beaverton, Oregon
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Complaint Review: Beaverton Nissan - Beaverton Oregon

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  • Beaverton Nissan 3855 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, Oregon U.S.A.

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My name is Robert and I had been, unfortunately, a customer of Beaverton Nissan, Beaverton Oregon, 97005.

First of all, this dealership is ran by Arabs, I am not sure what they are exactly, Pakistanis, Iranians or alike, but I had a precious chance to have a nerve wrecking conversation with the owner - Najub (I believe I spell his weird name right, a bald, sleazy-looking, sly male in his late 50's)
So, the intro sounds already too appalling, isn't ?
So, I had a trade in, which was a bit higher in price than the car I was going to buy from Beaverton Nissan.
They agreed to pay off the amount I owed on my trade in if I buy from them their vehicle.

At the time of signing of contract, I did not realize that the vehicle they offer me (pre-owned) was prices way too high accordingly to Blue Book value. My fault.
Anyway, I got the car and left my trade in in their possession.

They asked me for $5000 as a downpayment. I said that I could not provide such a big amount of cash, and offered $3000. Then, the sales manager agreed to receive $3,000 and we seal the deal. This was done in 10 minutes.

A week later I get a call from Beaverton Nissan, telling me that they are going to process my $3,000 check and will need $2,000 (!).

I am telling my Arabic friends that I can pay only $3,000 and nothing more. They tell, due to the price of the car, they can't accept less than $5,000. I hang up.

Silence...for a week.

I check my bank account online and see the check for $3,000 is processed and cashed by Beaverton Nissan. Very next day I get a call from Sales Department of their. A rude female tells me that I have to return the purchased vehicle back to them, as the lender did not accept my loan (the bank they work with).
You think it's a simple coincidence ? Nope.

I am shocked, going to see those ugly faces, angry and frustrated, ready for a dirty talk.

The owner (a bald unpleasant muslim - scum)tells me this:

You are not being approved through our bank, we want this deal to be withdrawn. It was your fault that you did not agree to pay $5,000 as a downpayment. THEREFORE you have two options - to pay off this new car in FULL in 3 days OR get back your trade-in and we keep your $3,000 downpayment. You chose. Whatever you do, we have best lawyers and they will get more off you if you want to pursue legally. The Muslim threat.
I tell that I am not going to do either way.

The story is still continuing. The hearing will be held on December 13th.

Go, check yourself this dealership, very sleazy, ugly salesmen, very disprespectful, greedy policy, they simply DON'T CARE about you, THEY NEED YOUR MONEY.

I don't know what to do. I am deeply appalled !

Portland, Oregon

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#4 UPDATE Employee

rebuttal from beaverton nissan

AUTHOR: Beaverton Nissan - (USA)

POSTED: Saturday, October 17, 2009

Mr. Robert,

if you wanted to complain and really felt like you were done wrong, you should have  exercised your right as a consumer through legal channels. Anyone can file a report like this without all the actual facts and details. Your writing for a highly educated person is par or substandard. Please feel free to call the store and we will be happy to listen to all the facts and still try to resolve the matter amicably. I am the person in the report you mentioned which you could not even spell or pronounce or not that matters say the ethnicity right. I did not know to be a decent citizen of this great country you had to be born here. It does not matter as your complaint is just biased based upon your hatred and prejudice that is un called for. i don't know any body here to make fun of mike krzyzewski name or his or his parents ethnicity. your complaint is full of contradictions based upon the simple financing laws and all procedures for any dealership for financing a consumer loan. any way, we will be happy to meet with you on your terms and try to resolve any unresolved issues Mr. Robert and treat you fairly and without any prejudice.


Beaverton Nissan Mangement team

M. Okhovat

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#3 Consumer Comment

A little education always helps

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

POSTED: Monday, November 27, 2006

Neither Pakistanis, nor Iranians are "Arabs". Pakistanis are just that...Pakistanis. Iranians are Persian.

The OP's entire story is rife with blatant racist insults and other vile insinuations.

Please change your name.

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#2 Consumer Comment

Spot Delivery

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

POSTED: Sunday, November 26, 2006

I agree with Paul. Have the financing all lined up before you go into a dealership.
There are cases out there where consumers have been Spot Delivered (Google, as Paul metioned), had the dealership pull the deal and then been taken to court. Dealerships are LOSING these cases. You have a signed contract with the dealership with down payemnt and interest rate? Have you bought insurance for the vehicle? It is plated? Made your first payment? If you can answer YES to some or all of these questions, the car is yours.

When you go to court ask the judge: (1) why the check was cashed if it wasn't enough? (2) Why was my (your) credit good enough to take the new vehicle off the dealership's lot but not get financed?. Dealership man will get a little uncomfortable when he has to answer those questions.

Keep the car in the garage locked up so repo man has a difficult time. If you have to go anywhere use someone elses car. This is especially important if you have to go back to the dealership. Oh, and bring someone with you. This person will be a witness to any conversation(s).

If for some reason you have to give the car back (highly unlikely) the dealership absolutely has to give you your money back. Don't let them B.S. you on this.

Then take them to small claims court! :)

Keep us posted as I hate car dealerships and enjoy reading about consumers getting LEGAL revenge on them! Cheers!!

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Google spot delivery scam. You're not the only one that this happens to.

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

POSTED: Sunday, November 26, 2006

Personally, I don't know what you do in a case like this. This never happens to me.

When I go in to buy a new car, I don't need a handout from some bank to do it. I have the money, or else I wouldn't be there in the first place.

When I drive away, the thing has been paid for.

But, I understand that most people buy on credit. You end up paying thousands more in loan and interest charges.

Which makes no sense, because if you are that poor that you can't afford to pay cash in the first place, why in the hell would you ever agree to pay an extra $10,000 in loan fees?

But, you can't argue with people. They work off of credit. That's exactly why the lenders are so profitable.

Whether it's sense or nonsense, it's just the way people do things.

Regardless, I know what this is called. Spot delivery scam. Google. Read. Somebody out there on the internet has a website with the answer on it.

You want to avoid this mess in the future? Drive THIS car until you saved up enough CASH to buy the next one. Problem solved. It's as easy as buying a freakin hamburger when you actually have real money to spend. You get to cut out all that haggling and arguing over down-payment and trade-in value.

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