Car Salesperson Says Car Buyers Are
Here is an email from Danyelle, a car salesperson from Iowa...
"I have sold cars for the past 7 years and I am not going to deny that alot of car
salespeople tend to stretch the truth a little bit, and they are in the business of making money. It is a sales
field, and as with any sales related occupation, the money you make is based on your performance. Many of these
horror stories could have been avoided if the consumer becomes knowledgeable about the product they are planning on
buying. The biggest mistake I see people making is coming into a dealership completely clueless to what they want.
That is a sales persons' first flag, that they are going to be able to make some commission off from a customer.
They know the customer hasn't done any research about what they are looking into and planning on buying. My best
advice for the consumer would be to come prepared. Also never take a car home the first day you drive it. Test
drive it, do your dealings, come back and test drive it again the next day.. and then make your decision. And as
for the gentleman who couldn't get the dealership to honor the deal, if they give you a deal, and then say they
won't honor it, start walking out the door, just tell them, goodbye. They will change their tune, no one wants to
buy from someone who is going to lie to you. That is a bad deal.. :) well everyone have a great
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