Daimler-Chrysler/David Stanley Dodge Complaint - False And Misleading Sales Practices
MIDWEST CITY, OKLAHOMA -- In August 2004 we went to David Stanley Dodge dealership in Midwest City, OK to purchase a new van. We found one we liked and began negotiations. After many back and forths over the payment we were told we were approved for a van and the payment would be $521. a month for 48 months. We had never bought a new car before so this sounded reasonable to us. We went into the financing office and began to sign papers. We were told that the paper we had sign out with the salesperson was preliminary and the papers we were to sign in the finance office was just a formally and contained the same thing as the paper we had signed in the salesman's office which said $521 a month for 48 months. We signed the papers one by one with each presented to us as a formality nothing to worry about. Forty eight months later when the van was paid off we found that there was something to worry about. We had signed a BALLOON note and we still owed $10,000. We didn't have $10,000 and the van was only worth $5500. So they took the van. Now we are out over $25,000 and no van to show for it. I
f I could find anyone else who was taken advantage of by David Stanley in this manner, I would join in a class action suit against them. I know there has to be others who were duped like this. Any takers?