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Sleaze balls and stay away
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Well, what can i say. Saw they had a 2009 Mercedes at $13999. Edmunds offers a coupon with a price of 13699 for the same car. Called the dealership. They said that registration tax and fees adds to a $1000 and the price would be $14699. Then the call and says that the "CEO' says the new shit price is $14999. Now, on top of that they add crap fees totaling another $1000. This is games with me who is a cash buyer and a seasoned negotiator. They realized that they are not going to win.The next day, they dropped the price from $13999 to $12999. I used another name, email and phone number and made an inquiry. They were quick to take the bait. They said the car was available. When i asked for very specific fee related numbers, they called back and said that the car is sold because their manager knew it was me who was trying to engage them.I then went online and used the Chat feature using a female name. The associate goes and checks and confirms that the vehicle is still available.Scum bags. Please stay away from these guys. Put them out of business.i dealt with their manager Myra. She seems to be a nice lady and probably is doing this for a job. But i would strongly stay away. Buy a car in the mid-west and have it shipped. They do not play games with the fees down there. OK/TX are better than NY/NJ/FL. You will save a ton of money too.