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Old 07-28-2009, 11:40 PM
chrischeung chrischeung is offline
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Originally Posted by DXK View Post
Sure it's a buyer's, but there is no social responsibility on the part of a business to any individual no matter how disadvantaged he may be, correct?
Correct. It rubs the other way as well - purchasers have no social responsibility that the dealership makes a sufficient return (otherwise none would go out of business). Their responsibility is to get the best price they can. Period.

The purchaser should have talked to someone who would represent his best interests - like an accountant or friend expert in these transactions. Same goes for buying a home - why not a car? There was also the feedback survey that the dealership would get dinged on.
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