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I bought a 2012 Nissan Maxima, the sales person and I agreed on a deal for $450.00 a month for 72 months.When I went to finance to sign papers on the car it changed.

The finance person added 3 months and made it a total of 75 months. Of course I didn't notice it at the time I signed the paperwork. I felt like Trophy Nissan was a reputable company. Apparently not.

I was ripped off and the manager acted as if this was common practice for this dealership. I will hire an attorney and sue the dealership. Horrible overall experience.

Do yourself a favor and shop somewhere else.

Monetary Loss: $1350.

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Anonymous
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You have no grounds to sue them *** just because you were TOO *** TO READ THE CONTRACT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin

Anonymous
to Anonymous Dallas, Texas, United States #647245

The site can't hurt me but apparently people read it.You must be one of the useless used car salesman that can't find a real job.

Too *** to do anything else.

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