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Complaint Review: penn toyota - greenvale New York

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  • penn toyota 2400 northern blvd. greenvale, New York United States of America

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i purchased toyota corolla for $19,500.88. i put down $5,000. the now fired finance manager wrote up the amount to be financed as $15,746.23 instead of $14,500.88, an overcharge of $1,245.35.

i have made numerous trips to penn toyota. i received a partial reimbursement of $607.92.

i have called raymond bell, the sales manager, and lori guigliano, the public relations manager over and over again and they will not return my calls.

the salesman who sold me the car was fired after only 2 weeks of employment. i am not surprised. he knew nothing about the car and had to keep calling other salesmen over. the process tok twice as long as it should have.

the finance manager, daniel baonzino, has either left or been terminated. this after scamming me of $1,245.35.

toyota national headquarters cannot do anything as each dealership is individually owned. therefore, there is no help to be found.

i now have filed a report with the better business bureau and plan to take them to small claims court for the balance of $637.43 they owe me.

if you do not want tons of aggravation and be ripped off, do not buy any car from penn toyota.

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#3 Consumer Comment

Just out of curiosity...

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

POSTED: Thursday, October 13, 2011

the now fired finance manager wrote up the amount to be financed as $15,746.23 instead of $14,500.88, an overcharge of $1,245.35. "

   Did you sign a contract that had the higher amount?   Finance departments specialize in telling you one amount and having you sign a contract for a higher amount.  If you signed, it's unlikely that you'll win in small claims, as the contract takes precedence over anything verbal.   If you signed a contract for a lower amount and they changed it later, you should have an easy time in court.

  Good luck.

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

don't forget to file a report with your state's auto licensing bureau and your state's attorney general.


POSTED: Thursday, October 13, 2011

Good luck recovering your funds.

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AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

POSTED: Thursday, October 13, 2011

and get in touch with their Investigative Reporters to let them know what transpired. There is a chance that someone will help you, and possibly expose the Toyota dealership on T.V.

Just contact them by phone, email, and also send a copy of your Ripoff Report to ALL of your Local News stations, and put it to the attention of their Investigative Reporters.

Good luck to you, and keep us posted.

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