I was allegedly pre-approved for $ 21,200 after submitting extensive 1099's, tax reutrns, income statements online by sales representative Rocco M. He falsely identified himself on my first 2 intial contacts to his cell [non-permissible content removed] as an auto broker not an employee of Team Superstores and that he sold 300 cars a month on average. I made an appointment with him carrying my cadre of documents, income statements, etc. I choose a car with a MSRP of $ 16,455.00. At this point it was clear now I would take a car for this price. I wanted no money down, etc. I finally agreed to put $ 1947.81 down to cover tax and license, however now the car price had changed to $19, 480. I again reiterated the price was incorrect and a third price came back at 18,900.00 with now a greater down payment of $ 3000.00, Albeit my credit is not that great, but the moving target price made it perfectly clear what I was dealing 100% with a [non-permissible content removed] I made it perfectly clear this was unacceptable, I talked with another "shady" character sitting in a raised finance glass office (probably to make him feel superior because of the raised office---NOT!) He stated the bank was requiring him to sell the car for more, after I intellectually undressed him for that lie and trick, he said "WELL THEN BUY THE CAR FOR ALL CASH," I said no way I am not buying a car that way. Like the sales rep he had a sweet smell emitting from him similar to alcohol, both smelled heavily like they had been drinking, I left and will never return to such a sketchy operation. NICE TRY TO SCAM---THWARTED.
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