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Old 10-25-2011, 09:35 PM   #68
Crashsector
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Originally Posted by Filipinocracker View Post
What costumers do car salesmen typically try to avoid? I know there has to be some type of racial or financial profiling. Time is money when there is a lot full of customers.
We don't turn anyone away. However I will admit there are certain salespeople that are better with certain types of customers. We do what we can to shuffle around to give the best odds of everyone selling a customer.

There are what I guess you could call opposite profiles. Usually the more beat-up and crappy a car someone pulls up in the more money they have. Teachers that make $25k/year coming up with $30k to put down on a car and stuff... it's crazy. Other people you know are buried when they pull up in a brand new truck or the like. It's never what you expect, so just roll with it and sell a car.

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