Audi of Lexington

Discrimination is their policy

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Published: 10 December 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I’m a regular guy, don’t wear fancy clothes or flash the last iPhone, but I think I deserve to be treated just like everybody else. I went to buy a car with this dealer last week, and there was this salesperson, his tag said David, who greeted me and told me if I needed anything, then another man comes in, all suited up, flashing the new Samsung. David says he needs to greet this customer, and he’d be back with me as soon as he’s concreted the sale. Like, what? Dude I got there first, I knew what I was looking for, I was not there to waste anybody’s time. After insulting me, the guy walks off to the other customer and completely ignores me, there was no one else there, so I left.
This is the only dealer that had the pre-owned car I was looking for, so I had to go back there. This time, David was nowhere to be found (thank god), and this other man greeted me, the name was Tim, we had a friendly talk about the car and the previous owners, we went over all the details and ended up talking about the last revision they did on the car, something about the gas pump and the circuit. It seemed like this time; I was going to be able to take it home.
Then Tim asks me to wait for him at the counter as I see him walk towards a couple that had just entered the store. They were, again, very well dressed, the woman had so much jewelry on her that it looked heavy, he was suited-up and had a very flashy Rolex, obviously the kind of people that no one would leave waiting. So, I sat there for like 2 hours while the woman test drove around 5 to 7 cars, they left the store not buying anything, and only once their Land Rover had left the lot, he came back inside to meet me again. I knew I wasn’t going to buy their most expensive car, but I was a safe sale, I was there to really buy the car. But after that, I could barely stand the thought of talking to Tim again, I just made my way to the door. Half-way to it, Tim tries to stop me and starts talking about the benefits of purchasing a car there, about all the happy customers they had served, blah, blah, blah.
I tell him he just lost a safe sale, and all I wanted was to go home, he just lost it, started screaming at me, calling me lower class, liar, etc. He was saying that all I did was waste his time, and I wasn’t actually going to buy anything when the truth was that he was the one who wasted my time and lost the sale because I wasn’t wealthy enough to be treated properly.
I didn’t bother contacting the manager because I’m sure those 2 were acting under his instructions. This entire place is full of pretentious characters that enjoy making less of medium class people.

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