Universal Nissan Complaint - Free Gas Incentive Seems To Be A Scam!
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- I received an invitation from Universal Nissan to test drive a vehicle along with a lottery-style ticket entitling me to a $100 gas card. I drove an hour to visit Nissan and test drove two vehicles. I was not able to agree on a price, so I did not buy. I received a voucher for the so-called free gas card, and upon trying to follow the instructions, was directed to something called Free Bee Gas. The directions to redeem this card are ridiculous! I have to pay $5 either by Paypal (unconfirmed website through the Free Bee Gas) or send a money order, choose one specific gas station, then spend $100 each month at that station to qualify. Then, each month, I have to send my $100 in receipts to the Free Bee address in order to get a $25 gas card each month. Supposedly, on the fourth month, the inital $5 will be refunded in a $30 card instead of $25. This is way too much trouble for what appeared to be a nice idea of free gas.
Moreover, I have called the dealership for two days and have left my name and number for sales manager(s), with no return call, although the associates always claim the managers were with customers and would get right back with me. Unless proven otherwise, I believe this is a scam, and a shameless one in light of the hardships with gas these days. Shame on you, Universal!
Should I ever go to buy a car, it will be far away from your dealership!