Why do you let car dealerships like Extreme auto sales advertise their cars through your medium when they're clearly a place that lures and deceit the hard working people looking for the better deal

Asked by Sep 16, 2015 at 03:16 PM about the 2012 Nissan Maxima SV

Question type: General

I recently went to purchase a vehicle at the above mentioned location and
fell victim to the old bait and switch routine usually practice by this
fraudulent little lot disguised as a legitimate dealership, where the main
objective is to lure unsuspecting customers into their web of deceit and
false internet price advertising practices filled with shady characters and all.  
If Cargurus is to survive the next ten years as one of the top vehicle
research forums, it should also research preventive measures to keep
dealerships like Extreme auto sales located at, 150-45 Hillside ave Jamaica,
NY 11432 from tarnishing its reputation.  I sincerely hope you're listening
Langley Steinert? There are some serious shady characters rumbling
through your house collecting the private data solely intended and given on
the possible purchase of a vehicle.   You should have it checked out with a
department they have in all police precincts.  It's called, "Auto Crime
Division".

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