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Don't Waste Your Time At Koons of Tysons Corner
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TYSONS CORNER, VIRGINIA -- I visited this dealer on Saturday April 18, 2009 to look at a 2009 Cobalt. I asked them for the 'out the door' price of the car and received one in writing. I looked at other cars and decided to buy the Cobalt. I called them on Wednesday April 22nd and told the sales person that I would be there on Friday April 24th around 6:30 pm to get the car. I arrived there and saw that the car was out front. The sales person was there. Two hours later someone finally showed up to do the paperwork on what was a cash transaction for the dealer, since I didn't finance the car through them. The price on the sales receipt was different from the 'out the door price' I had received from the sales person. Now, that price was only an estimate. The difference was not large but to me a price given in writing is not an estimate.

Time will tell if I will tell my friends to buy a Cobalt. But I will not recommend that they go to Koons of Tysons Corner to buy it.
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Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
The PANormous Pizza that Pizza Hut is offering at under $11.00 is a great pizza and a great bargain. I highly recommend it! The pineapple is great!
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
C2O honey, are you going to hijack every post?
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
Yeah man is Pizza hut paying you for the plugs.
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
Thanks for the tip, C2O. You should write a review!

B-man, thank you for your review. I would have thought a price in writing would have been the sales price too. That is pretty deceiving.
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
I submitted 2 separate reviews today, neither of which admin published. My voice will be heard!
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
The name of the the dealership is quite tacky.
Anonymous on 05/06/2009:
The pizza looks good, but I prefer Papa Johns
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New Car Sales Manager is a THIEF!!!
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VIENNA, VIRGINIA -- The New Car Sales Manager hired my unemployed son for new car sales. Gave him the employee handbook with a promise of $750.00 at the completion of training. My son completed the training(he had some previous experience), made some calls and sold three vehicles within two weeks. They get paid twice a month. First they claimed he missed the first pay period. Then they claimed they 'accidentally' sent it to his previous address. Then they claimed it was because of the 4th of July!!?? After waiting a month, he finally tracked down the now-illusive Sales Manager - who went on to explain that GMAC declined to insure him and so they couldn't pay him. My son stated that he has his own insurance. Sales Manager made the same remark. My son said 'well, you have to pay me for my training and three sales'. Sales Manager: I don't have to do anything! My son: I'm going to get thrown out of my house - my landlord is waiting for this money! Sales Manager: That's not my problem. Son: Well, how do you think you'd feel if you were counting on that money for your family? Sales Manager: WELL - I WOULDN'T LET MYSELF BE IN THAT SITUATION IN THE FIRST PLACE!

Oh yeah - Bailout boy? He's an arrogant swine. Do NOT do business with arrogant thieves - I wish our government would learn this one, too!
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Soaring Consumer on 07/22/2009:
File a complaint with your state's labor board and sue the dealership in small claims court for unpaid wages plus additional damages resulting from their willing refusal to pay wages owed.
jktshff1 on 07/22/2009:
Yep, nail their butts. I would contact a labor attorney in addition to the labor board.
Anonymous on 07/22/2009:
Make sure you name the dealership and that idiot sales manager as defendants. That way he'll be personally responsible for part of the settlement. It sounds like an open and shut case.
nstigator39 on 07/22/2009:
So much of this is happening because so many dealerships are closing. They, the dealership owners, have no concience at all either to their employees or to their customers. After being a long time customer of the Buick dealership here in Livonia, Mi I had occasion to talk to the sales manager there about an issue and he said, "you talk silly", well maybe I do, but before I buy another vehicle I will make sure if this man (he is no gentleman) works there, I will go elsewhere. We are going to be seeing more and more of this abuse as with your son while these dealerships are closing.
Suusan B. on 07/23/2009:
Tell your son to gather up any paperwork and/or e-mails he may have received. If he doesn't have anything in writing then have him write down every word said to him to the best of his memory. Then contact your state's labor board and they will be more than happy to get you son's money plus penalties.
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