Report: #170258

Complaint Review: Daytona Toyota - Daytona Beach Florida

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  • Daytona Toyota 451 North Nova Road Daytona Beach, Florida U.S.A.

Daytona Toyota Dealership wanted me to lease NOT PAY CASH WITH A CHECK! I wanted to purchase a new Toyota 4x4 truck with no trade in. I just wanted to write a check for the amount of the truck. The salespeople insisted that the lease would be a better move for me. RIPOFF Daytona Beach Florida

*Consumer Comment: Veronica trust me they could have unwound your FLEASE if they wanted to

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I wanted to purchase a Toyota 4x4 truck and pay cash. The dealership insisted that a lease would be better for me. Had lots of reasons. I was passed from person to person and was there a total of 5 hours! I felt like I had been "worn down"!

I hesitantly agreed to the lease and was video taped and recorded during this transaction.

The next day after having thought it over with some rest from the ordeal I wanted to cancel my contract and purchase the truck instead. They refused saying that the contract had been e-mailed to the bank at 9 p.m. the same night that I signed the lease.

I was told that the contract could not voided. I am checking on this situation as to the legality.

Winfield, West Virginia

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#1 Consumer Comment

Veronica trust me they could have unwound your FLEASE if they wanted to

AUTHOR: Stick - Auto Advocate - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Veronica I at one time sold cars for a living and I know for a fact that a dealer can make SO MUCH more money if they grind a car buyer until they agree to sign a lease contract. I got paid $3362.14 to con a car buyer into believing the leasing BS that many car dealers train their LOT SHARKS to tell car buyers.

If you lease you only focus on PAYMENT. After you sign the doc's the car dealer car legally sell the car/truck/SUV to the leasing company up to 110% of the window sticker and you are making your payments based up how much the car dealer sells the car to the leasing company. It's called the "Cap Cost"

By the way after you signed the doc's and went home, they had time to unwind the deal the next day, no biggie for any car dealer. They just might have made some BIG CASH on your deal and wanted to hold your FEET to the FIRE.

You said that you were there a total of 5 hours! and you felt like you had been "worn down"! THAT was the plan, to tire you OUT. once you are tired, you part with you money in a foolish way. We all do it and car dealers know it.

Trust me Veronica they could have unwound your deal, they DID NOT WANT TO because of CASH in their pocket is and was more important then you being happy

Now I invite you to read the informative info posted below. Post your thoughts after reading the below. Thanks.

A local law firm hires me when they have a law suit involving car dealers and car buyers. Here is a small list of CURRENT SCAMS for you to chew on.

1. Market Value Adjustment stickers on new cars. These MVA stickers are attach to the new car MSRP's they are the same color as the car maker's MSRP. You know try to make it look like the car maker had something to do with it. Mr. Car salesman, does your car dealer do this? tell the truth! I will know if you lie about it.

2. Car dealers playing with the car buyers Credit application after the buyer is long gone home. They try to make the car buyer look better in the bank's eyes so the car dealer is sure to get the buyer approved, even if the car dealer has to play the FRAUD GAME! I am sure you want proof, so go to the rip Off Report and see for yourself. You tell me what you think!


3. Car dealers telling car buyers that if they do not buy the extended warranty they will not get the lower interest rate. And Some car dealers will get the buyer to agree to a warranty during the signing in the "BOX" and then a few days later behind the car Buyer's back they never pay for the warranty they sold to the car buyer. They keep the money.


4. Hey Mr. Car salesman do you know what a "YANK" or a "SPOT DELIVERY" is?

5. F&I people not willing to give car buyers copies of what they sign. Why is that Mr. Car salesman?

6. Car dealers having some new cars on display without having MSRP's. What's up with that Mr. Car salesman? Have you ever Heard of the Monroney Law?

The legislation requiring the sticker is commonly known as the Monroney Law, named after its sponsor in Congress, Almer Stillwell "Mike" Monroney (1902-1980): Born in Oklahoma; U.S. Representative from Oklahoma, 1939-51; U.S. Senator from Oklahoma, 1951-69.


7. Car dealer selling car buyers trade in before loan on new car gets approved.

8. Car dealer getting car buyer to sign MANY car buying contracts. Last contract car dealer gets buyer to sign, they kick the Buyer's trade out of the deal and never tell the buyer. Look at the 3rd pic in this report. Mr. car salesman do you feel this buyer was Ripped OFF?

9. Car dealers making car buyers beg for their down payment back after car deal falls apart! what's up with that? Why can't the car dealer just GIVE THE MONEY BACK?

10. Car dealers selling "look a likes" Mr. car salesman do not "Dummy up on me yet" OK?

11. Car dealers like to hide fee's. are you still with me Mr Car salesman? I hope you can keep up with me, and don't dummy up!

12. car dealers that hide lemons! Hey Mr car dealer want some JUICE?

13. Can you say "Rolled Roll-back" too many times!

14. Car buyers having to play the high interest rate game.

15. Hey Mr car salesman, could we call this one "Rebate Rip OFF?

16. Could we call this one "hide the wreck"

17. Hey Mr Honest Car salesman what can we call this one? Maybe "we forgot to pay off the car Buyer's TRADE!

18. Car Buyer's trade in falls in a REPO HOLE!

19. Hey Mr car salesman you still with me? Don't fall asleep, we got work to do. What can we call this one? Maybe "Forged my signature'

20. Can we call this one "contracts of many colors Mr car salesman or maybe " new contract to sign?

In many states we do NOT have anybody that will pass a 3 day cooling off period. In other words once you sign all documentation you are TOAST if you change your mind. Car dealers do not want you to drive to their competition.

No car dealer wants you to have an option of unwinding a car deal. They want to hold your FEET to the FIRE!

Veronica I trust and hope you find my posting helpful and informative. Have any questions for me, just post them.

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