I would be hesitant to post this publicly for fear of a lawsuit (they could claim I affected their potential income earnings). The dealer is located just outside Lexington, KY. Sorry I cannot be more specific.MDracer76 said:WHat dealership was it, so we (and any future shoppers) can avoid it like the plague ...
A few years back when I had a pyscho ex spreading terrible lies about me (now there is a HOLE other thread, ha!), I consulted an attorney. He said that courts only really care about monetary loss, not personal losses. All someone has to say is that your libel caused monetary damages & you have a solid case. Perhaps this wasy terribly incorrect legal advice??? I am not sure I'd want to chance it.KeychainDan said:They can't sue you for word of mouth. Now if you were putting money into lowering teir sales, they might have a point. But just telling people not to shop there based on your experience is completely legal. Nothing they can do about it.
Have you ever called Nissan directly? They don't seem to care.Milo said:If this was a Nissan dealer, why not complain to Nissan directly? This sort of crap negatively affects opinion about NISSAN, never mind the scumbag dealer. Get Nissan to do your dirty work for you . . .
The dealership is not responding to my emails. I gave up on calling since they just say "come on in!" and nothing gets resolved in person.fejus said:seriously its time to get a lawyer dude, seriously get your $$ back ... call the General manager for the area and tell then that you are about to start legal procedings. and then call the Legal department for Nissan. That is unnacceptable.