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Old 02-19-2013, 10:46 AM
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Peabody Dealership rude and arrogant to my mother

Along with looking to purchase a BMW for myself in the DFW area, my mother in the Boston area is looking to purchase (order) her first BMW also.

I saw BMW of Peabody was a site sponsor, so I gave her the contact info of the sponsor contact for her to deal with, and to tell him she got his info from me off this forum.

She knows everything she wants, and simply contacted him for a price.

I'm sorry, but I can't believe how rude and arrogant he was to her. When he started to play games with her, she asked him to stop with the games, that she was willing to purchase that day, and what was his best price.

His response? Full MSRP. The back-and-forths only got worse from there.

I apologize for being a newbie and calling out a site sponsor. I'm sure a dozen people will chime in chastise me and come to BMW of Peabody's defense. That may be true in their dealings with them, but not ours.

I'm ready to accept the flack I may receive. I am not ready to accept a dealer giving my mom (in her late 60's) an attitude and big time arrogance.

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Old 02-19-2013, 02:33 PM
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Along with looking to purchase a BMW for myself in the DFW area, my mother in the Boston area is looking to purchase (order) her first BMW also.

I saw BMW of Peabody was a site sponsor, so I gave her the contact info of the sponsor contact for her to deal with, and to tell him she got his info from me off this forum.

She knows everything she wants, and simply contacted him for a price.

I'm sorry, but I can't believe how rude and arrogant he was to her. When he started to play games with her, she asked him to stop with the games, that she was willing to purchase that day, and what was his best price.

His response? Full MSRP. The back-and-forths only got worse from there.

I apologize for being a newbie and calling out a site sponsor. I'm sure a dozen people will chime in chastise me and come to BMW of Peabody's defense. That may be true in their dealings with them, but not ours.

I'm ready to accept the flack I may receive. I am not ready to accept a dealer giving my mom (in her late 60's) an attitude and big time arrogance.

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No flack here. It would be nice if you gave us some names though. Good luck
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:34 PM
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+1! The Peabody GM needs to get on the phone right now and call your mom and apologize for the treatment she got. No one needs to be subjected to that -- especially at a first line store that is also a 'fest sponsor! How about it Jon -- any thoughts about that?
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:27 PM
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Story seems unlikely but plausible. I've serviced there and they've been pretty good. The ownership group is not my favorite but in general people seem to be happy with them. There is no excuse for the sales rep being rude, even if your mother was rude to begin with which we don't know. Tony Sclafani appears to be their general sales manager, give him a call.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:11 PM
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Hi All,

She dealt with Alex dytko, who is listed as the site sponsor contact.

Danny - respectfully not sure what grounds you have to say "story seems unlikely but plausible". What exactly seems unlikely? That a dealer was rude to a buyer? I don't understand what seems unlikely.

I've got no dog in this fight. Both my mom and I have lives outside of coming to a forum to make up an "unlikely" story.

The funny part is Alex claimed he charges more for his cars due to "his superior customer sales service".

I asked my mom to call the GM. Instead she is going to give her money to a different local dealer. She believes in rewarding with her dollars.

Oh, and my mom isn't perfect. But as a career business woman who made her living in sales, she is the consument professional, and handled him better than I would have.
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Danny - respectfully not sure what grounds you have to say "story seems unlikely but plausible". What exactly seems unlikely? That a dealer was rude to a buyer? I don't understand what seems unlikely.
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It seems unlikely that totally provoked, someone at peabody was that rude to her. I'm sure there's a little more to the story.

Good for her though, I'd have gone somewhere else too if that happened.
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Old 02-20-2013, 09:14 AM
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I have dealt with Alex Dytko, seems out of character for him. I am not saying your mom was not wronged, but there are ALWAYS two sides to EVERY story. Like what is it meant by games? It is also pretty rare that a dealer nowadays demands full MSRP, maybe during the Clinton years. Something is missing....
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:56 AM
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He said he didn't want to discount an order for a 2014. After a few emails he came down slightly, but was still by far the most expensive.

None of the other dealers had any concerns about ordering a 2014.

There is nothing missing. Maybe he had a bad day. He was how he was and it cost him a sale.

Don't want to believe it or believe there is some big missing story? Fine with me.

Simply relaying our disappointing experience. If he's treated you well and you like his pricing - then purchase from him. Do what works for you. He didn't do right by my mom.

Ps. As a retired woman she now takes her certified and trained therapy and reading dog into hospitals to visit with the terminally ill, Alzheimer's centers, and grade schools for children with reading impediments. She's got better things to do than misrepresent her dealings with a BMW salesman.
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:30 AM
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2-Did come down a little

I am not justifying and no one is saying we do not believe you, but that two pieces were missing. The other side of the story is also missing. Maybe there was a misunderstanding which dialogue was not able to clarify. You just joined and have only 7 posts, and the first meaningful participation in this forum is to complain in a very emotional manner and with conclusions about a CA's attitude and big time arrogance about a wrong deal. So we have to wonder, but I understand, you are defending your mom and that is admirable. Good luck.
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:52 AM
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I am not justifying and no one is saying we do not believe you, but that two pieces were missing. The other side of the story is also missing. Maybe there was a misunderstanding which dialogue was not able to clarify. You just joined and have only 7 posts, and the first meaningful participation in this forum is to complain in a very emotional manner and with conclusions about a CA's attitude and big time arrogance about a wrong deal. So we have to wonder, but I understand, you are defending your mom and that is admirable. Good luck.
Hi guys,

1) I fail to see where I was "very emotional"
2) 7 or 700 posts my post would be the same. Not sure what you "have to wonder about"
3) I never said "don't do business with them"

You can hyper-dissect and call the post "unlikely but plausible" all you'd like.

At the end of the day there is nothing you can say or hypothesize or surmise to change how my mom was treated. And that Alex lost a sale because of that.

Do with that info what you want. You like Alex? Fine - buy from him. Did you buy from him in the past and like him? Fine - this isn't an attack on you/your decision or to say Alex is an evil child-eating three headed monster.

She didn't like the treatment and thus he didn't get our money.
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No one would have to "surmise" how she was treated if you provided all of the information upfront. They did not leave her at full MSRP like you stated. I'd say in these times, that's a pretty rude/arrogant thing to do in my opinion. And if you had left it at that, that false information may have effected people's view of the dealership. Instead, we can now see there is indeed more to this one than meets the eye. What's "slightly" mean?

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Old 02-20-2013, 12:48 PM
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You shouldn't have to put up with "any" BS from a dealer whether they are a sponsor or not. Move on to another dealer to be satisfied thats what I did and now I couldn't be happier with the dealer I have, JMK BMW. I'm totally satisfied with them after getting quite a lot of BS from my previous dealer. JMK is one of the reasons I stay with BMW. I hope you have the same results like I did after moving on .Good luck
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:29 PM
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Here is Alex , who seemed to be rude to someone's mom. There were two emails in correspondence with MSRP and discounted price. Not 4 not 10. If everyone needs to see the contest of them to judge : I have no problems doing that.

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Here is Alex , who seemed to be rude to someone's mom. There were two emails in correspondence with MSRP and discounted price. Not 4 not 10. If everyone needs to see the contest of them to judge : I have no problems doing that.

Thank Youo for your supprt and best wishes.
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Why would you quote ANYONE from bimmerfest MSRP? (if market is well below that)

Give me one reason, we'll be good.

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I showed the MSRP and selling price( which was significantly less ) , not quotted MSRP. Broken radio...
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They did not leave her at full MSRP like you stated. I'd say in these times, that's a pretty rude/arrogant thing to do in my opinion. And if you had left it at that, that false information may have effected people's view of the dealership. Instead, we can now see there is indeed more to this one than meets the eye. What's "slightly" mean?
Danny - you are clearly very pro-Alex and that is ok. Like I stated I'm sure he's done right by many people.

However please point out where I said in my post he left her at full MSRP. You can't - because I never said that. Those are words you chose to add. MSRP was first price quoted.

Again, if Alex does right by you, then purchase from him. Last time I checked the title of this section was 'dealer feedback'.

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However please point out where I said in my post he left her at full MSRP. You can't - because I never said that. Those are words you chose to add. MSRP was first price quoted.
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When he started to play games with her, she asked him to stop with the games, that she was willing to purchase that day, and what was his best price.

His response? Full MSRP. The back-and-forths only got worse from there.


I'm ready to accept the flack I may receive.
Now play with the words, that you received full MSRP after he allegedly started playing games suggests it, the truth then emerged, as I said, every story has two sides and many smart people in here are not only seeing that, but also that yout story has holes and that there was a misunderstanding. It is unfair to call out a sponsor with a good reputation publicly using words as shame, arrogant, etc when you did not even talked to the guy. And the ones here who actually have dealt and know Alex can say he is a fair and straightshooting CA. We here know much more about him than we do about you. Good thing you were ready to accept the flack you well deserve.
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Ask for John Cotter at BMW of Peabody. Great guy, honest and a gentleman. Purchased my car from and there were no games.
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Now play with the words, that you received full MSRP after he allegedly started playing games suggests it, the truth then emerged, as I said, every story has two sides and many smart people in here are not only seeing that, but also that yout story has holes and that there was a misunderstanding. It is unfair to call out a sponsor with a good reputation publicly using words as shame, arrogant, etc when you did not even talked to the guy. And the ones here who actually have dealt and know Alex can say he is a fair and straightshooting CA. We here know much more about him than we do about you. Good thing you were ready to accept the flack you well deserve.

Lol. Neurom, I stand by what I said. His first quote to us after being told we got his info off bummerfest was full MSRP when my mom. I have not changed the details as you allege. Instated there were more back and forths after that. Try re-reading the post.

Spare me the lecture and get off your high horse. I was more involved with this than you were, so relax. As for "ruining" a reputation, if you don't want people posting about bad experiences, then delete this section of the forum. Otherwise, I suggest you may want to not internalize/personalize posts and get worked up into a tizzy.

It's amazing the people that just can't accept that some people don't always have a good experience with someone they like.

At the end of the day you can get as upset as you'd like, and get all huffy and puffy. But the sale didn't go to him because of that and after his first full MSRP offer he was still the most expensive.
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Ask for John Cotter at BMW of Peabody. Great guy, honest and a gentleman. Purchased my car from and there were no games.
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Lol. Neurom, I stand by what I said. His first quote to us after being told we got his info off bummerfest was full MSRP when my mom. I have not changed the details as you allege. Instated there were more back and forths after that. Try re-reading the post.

Spare me the lecture and get off your high horse. I was more involved with this than you were, so relax. As for "ruining" a reputation, if you don't want people posting about bad experiences, then delete this section of the forum. Otherwise, I suggest you may want to not internalize/personalize posts and get worked up into a tizzy.

It's amazing the people that just can't accept that some people don't always have a good experience with someone they like.

At the end of the day you can get as upset as you'd like, and get all huffy and puffy. But the sale didn't go to him because of that and after his first full MSRP offer he was still the most expensive.
I dont have a reason to be upset and you have every right and actually encourage you to post bad experiences, that is what the forum is for. I do question your tone and choice of words, it did not help your case. You decided in one of your first posts in here to trash a CA reputation and others have the right to defend so the picture is a balanced one so if someone comes for feedback they get the full picture. Had you presented your case in a factual way rather than come out in a sort of angry rant, you would have received a warmer reception. Other than that, I dont really follow most of what you say. At any rate, I hope things work out for your mother. And welcome to bimmerfest.



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I dont have a reason to be upset and you have every right and actually encourage you to post bad experiences, that is what the forum is for. I do question your tone and choice of words, it did not help your case. You decided in one of your first posts in here to trash a CA reputation and others have the right to defend so the picture is a balanced one so if someone comes for feedback they get the full picture. Had you presented your case in a factual way rather than come out in a sort of angry rant, you would have received a warmer reception. Other than that, I dont really follow most of what you say. At any rate, I hope things work out for your mother. And welcome to bimmerfest.



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Never a rant. You just not liking the topic. Plain and simple.

One of my first posts? Try reading my other posts - they are about me joining this forum as I am about to purchase my first BMW. Tried to help my mother purchase her first BMW based on this forum and got nothing but attitude from Alex when she spoke with him. Hence....follow me now...one of my first posts. I didn't join to simply post about Alex.

Curious - have you defended every other dealer that has a bad experience posted about them so blindly and disingenuously as you have here, or just your buddy Alex?

Don't like the choice of my words about a person others have had a good experience with? Try re-reading them rather than just picking and choosing to suit you already-made-up mind. After all, YOU must be right and Anyone that disagrees with you is wrong. Right?

I've stated several times I'm sure others have had good experiences with him - we did not. I can't help it if you're intolerant of other people's experiences.

Again, what ever you say, you can't change the fact the way Alex handed this cost him someone ready to order a brand new 2014 on the spot. And he 100% responded to her when she asked him it stop with the games and attitude and simply quote a price that his price was full MSRP.

No amount of you trying to twist my post can change that.
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Never a rant. You just not liking the topic. Plain and simple.


Curious - have you defended every other dealer that has a bad experience posted about them so blindly and disingenuously as you have here, or just your buddy Alex?
All I am going to say to finish my participation in this thread is that as you will learn if you stay around, there is a culture in bimmerfest of mutual respect and collaboration with the sponsors which results in a benefit for all the festers. The topic is not the issue, infer what you may, is the tone. Anyway, have the last word, and again, this is not personal, hope things work out well for you in Dallas and for your mom here in New England.
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Hey Neurom go to www.dealerrator.com and check out the dealers. They all have there good and bad replies. It must have been a off day for Alex but there is "NO" excuse for being rude etc. to a customer.
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