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Old 11-29-2014, 03:59 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by caper View Post
At a local dealership looking at a trailer. Salesperson wanted me to sign a blank intent to purchase form. He said that they would keep the info on file so when I wanted to purchase a unit they would have one ready for me. In truth they would fill the blank form out after you left with all the info needed including financing. After the three day cool down period they would call and say your trailer is ready for pickup. I would not fall into the scheme but have hear of others who had. Several people had go to court about the shady why this company works but they did sign a bill of sale even if it was blank. They were not able to win the court case and are now in possession of a trailer they did not want.
WOW. This has to rank #1 and I haven't made it through the list yet.

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Old 11-29-2014, 04:05 PM   #22
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I'm always ready for the salesperson to get up after we agree on a price and says "I'll just have to get the sales manager to agree" and off he/she goes to smoke a cigarette and then comes back and says the manager can't do the deal at price.

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Old 11-29-2014, 04:14 PM   #23
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Sales Gimmicks, lets hear them!

We shopped locally and found the model we wanted, but it had the wrong woodwork so we never got to money talk. I found one 150 miles from home and called them. I asked what was their bottom price, as expected, it was too high. I made an offer that I thought was fair, they said no. I said, ok, call me if you change your mind... my phone rang 15 minutes later.

Even more so than with cars, you have to be prepared to walk away.

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