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Old 10-03-2012, 02:20 PM   #101
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For some people, an arrest on their record would cause a lifetime of missed job opportunities. I know it would have changed my career outlook significantly. I can see $2.2m being a good starting number for what could be a lifetime of problems.

The real question is if he can get his record wiped out. Probably not is my guess...
A single arrest, especially for something like this, is unlikely to affect anyone's long-term career.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:21 PM   #102
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Not according to this guys lawyer, Jackie.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:22 PM   #103
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This guys' going to have enough money to buy his own personal jesus.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:22 PM   #104
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A single arrest, especially for something like this, is unlikely to affect anyone's long-term career.
A 40 year old arrested for GTA? I'm not hiring him.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:25 PM   #105
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A 40 year old arrested for GTA? I'm not hiring him.
Irony: he could probably sue you then.

An ARREST is not a CONVICTION.
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:28 PM   #106
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Irony: he could probably sue you then.

An ARREST is not a CONVICTION.
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Dear Rogue:

We interviewed a number of candidates for the Personal Jesus position, and we have determined that another candidate is the most qualified for the requirements of our opening. This letter is to let you know that you have not been selected for the position.

Thank you for taking the time to come to pjcoregon to meet our interview team. The team enjoyed meeting you and our discussions.

We wish you success with your job search and in the future. Thank you for your interest in our organization.

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Old 10-03-2012, 02:33 PM   #107
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Dear Rogue:

We interviewed a number of candidates for the Personal Jesus position, and we have determined that another candidate is the most qualified for the requirements of our opening. This letter is to let you know that you have not been selected for the position.

Thank you for taking the time to come to pjcoregon to meet our interview team. The team enjoyed meeting you and our discussions.

We wish you success with your job search and in the future. Thank you for your interest in our organization.

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Take second best. Put me to the test .Things on your shest .You need to confess

I will deliver.

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Old 10-03-2012, 03:09 PM   #108
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Dear pjcoregon LLC,

Take second best. Put me to the test .Things on your shest .You need to confess

I will deliver.

Sincearley, rug
you had me at Sincearley.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:16 PM   #109
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you had me at Sincearley.
Had ME at shest.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:18 PM   #110
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I'd like to see him get all 2.2 mill. **** that dealership. Consumers already hate buying cars or having to do anything with a dealership, this happens to be a great point. **** em good and hard.

I wouldn't mind holding the person who did it personally accountable either.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:18 PM   #111
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consider yourselves Hade!
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:19 PM   #113
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I bought the wife a Pilot at that dealership 6 weeks ago. Drove away on a saturday after signing a promissory note to return with the bank check after I was approved by my bank. the phone calls seeking payment started on tuesday. FAQU those guys....
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:27 PM   #114
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Good thing he paid in full. Else I could have seen the dealership people forging signatures to get this to work their way.

We've had that here before, right?
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:28 PM   #115
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The lawsuit says Sawyer originally purchased a blue Traverse on May 7, but took the SUV back the next day for a black one. The dealer's sales manager made the swap, allegedly without saying anything about a price differential between the two. Either way, Sawyer signed a final contract for around $34,000 when the vehicle he took home had an actual price of closer to $39,000. On June 15, Sawyer was taken into custody by police, but the Commonwealth dropped the charges after finding insufficient evidence to pursue the case.
There is so much wrong here... I don't know...

I'm pretty sure in California this couldn't happen.

Sawyer originally purchased a blue Traverse on May 7
So now, with registration filled out by the dealer, money exchanged and receipt issued, Sawyar owns this blue Traverse.

took the SUV back the next day for a black one. The dealer's sales manager made the swap,
What do you mean "swap"? You can't just "swap" cars.
Technically it has to be sold (pretty much as a used car) back to the dealer, the registration has be be transferred and the black car needs to be purchased and registered. I'm thinking four hours, minimum.

Sawyer signed a final contract for around $34,000
When? Obviously when he bought the blue Traverse.
Did he also sign a final contract for the black car? Because he needs to -- different VIN and all...
Dealers have finance people there every minute they are open to read through this stuff before the car goes out the door. That is MULTIPLE people missing this.

The sales manager should have been jailed, or at least fired and made to pay the difference. The finance person should likewise be fired. After all, the main reason they have a finance person on site is because the meat-head car-seller dudes never passed algebra.

It was a super dick-head move arresting the buyer. Seeing as how the report is so poorly written, I assume we're only getting half of this. I'm guessing the guy got called out on the price difference before he ever left the dealership, called back over his shoulder as he was making his escape, "Too bad! I got the receipt and registration!" and sped off.

I wouldn't be surprised if this sort of scam was the buyer's intention all along.

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Old 10-03-2012, 03:30 PM   #116
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I'm looking for hidden song lyrics in every post now. It's maddening.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:31 PM   #117
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Why would he call his landscaper....OOHHHHH!
Maybe his mum needs watering?
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #118
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #119
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Just go ahead and shout, shout let it all out.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:37 PM   #120
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One way or another, I'm going to get ya.
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:56 PM   #121
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There is so much wrong here... I don't know...

I'm pretty sure in California this couldn't happen.

Sawyer originally purchased a blue Traverse on May 7
So now, with registration filled out by the dealer, money exchanged and receipt issued, Sawyar owns this blue Traverse.

took the SUV back the next day for a black one. The dealer's sales manager made the swap,
What do you mean "swap"? You can't just "swap" cars.
Technically it has to be sold (pretty much as a used car) back to the dealer, the registration has be be transferred and the black car needs to be purchased and registered. I'm thinking four hours, minimum.

Sawyer signed a final contract for around $34,000
When? Obviously when he bought the blue Traverse.
Did he also sign a final contract for the black car? Because he needs to -- different VIN and all...
Dealers have finance people there every minute they are open to read through this stuff before the car goes out the door. That is MULTIPLE people missing this.

The sales manager should have been jailed, or at least fired and made to pay the difference. The finance person should likewise be fired. After all, the main reason they have a finance person on site is because the meat-head car-seller dudes never passed algebra.

It was a super dick-head move arresting the buyer. Seeing as how the report is so poorly written, I assume we're only getting half of this. I'm guessing the guy got called out on the price difference before he ever left the dealership, called back over his shoulder as he was making his escape, "Too bad! I got the receipt and registration!" and sped off.

I wouldn't be surprised if this sort of scam was the buyer's intention all along.
This, and I'm never a fan of dealerships
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:58 PM   #122
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When that guy gets his 2M. He'll be so cool I bet he'll wear his sunglasses at night
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:59 PM   #123
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This, and I'm never a fan of dealerships
Ehhhh...

Buying a car from a dealership rarely means that it's registered and titled instantly.

TITLING the car is what makes it sold/owned/used/what have you.

That paperwork often takes a week or so to fill out.

So no, not necessarily true at all. The blue one could still have been "new" in the eyes of the law, with just a few miles on the odo.

It still sounds pretty stupid all around. Going back to get a different color, BOTH sides failing to note the big change in the bottom line... either the buyer noticed and just hoped to get away with it, or he's stupid and didn't check.
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Old 10-03-2012, 04:03 PM   #124
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I bought the wife a Pilot at that dealership 6 weeks ago. Drove away on a saturday after signing a promissory note to return with the bank check after I was approved by my bank. the phone calls seeking payment started on tuesday. FAQU those guys....
Da faq?! A "promissory note?"

"Hey I wanna buy a car. I don't have any money, but I promise to pay you sometime. Probably."

"Sure. Go ahead. You want the Ferrari or the Rolls Royce?"
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I wouldn't be surprised if this sort of scam was the buyer's intention all along.
Not going to be too judgmental cause every single one us the devil inside.
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