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Old 01-30-2013, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by johntampa View Post
The funny thing is I sort of liked the sales guy because he wasn't pressuring me to buy the car.

I don't know if he just made an honest mistake, but I really don't how he could have mistaken it as having CPO.

So I will go back and be cordial about it and see if he will do something for me.
If it was an honest mistake maybe he can offer me something, but I can't imagine they would compensate me with some type of refund.

>AHEM<

The best con man is the one you just know is a good guy!

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Realize:
  • The people you purchased from are dung
  • They lied, and will lie again
  • Talk is so cheap that it's worth nothing at all
So, now, NO FEAR! Ask for compensation, i.e. fix the problems, the best you can hope for. After you get all you can get, keep complaining to them that the car was sold to you with issues, issues not disclosed, and contact govt types as may apply as well as a scorching Yelp review and notice on all BMW boards.

Serve it up cold.
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