Originally Posted by Tack
Eaaasy, Turbo, were all getting along now.
LOL, that's a funny post by the kid.
He hasn't figured out I put him on my Ignore List a long time ago.
Lemme say this to him directly, and for the last time:
You have proven to have some kind of strange aggression directed towards me.
What you are doing
is against forum rules of not attacking the poster, but the post itself.
If the forum rules allowed it, I would be happy to engage in a "spirited conversation" with you.Although I have never done this before, one more instance of attacking me personally will result in being reported to the Powers-That-Be.
At this point the guy should stop talking to the dealer completely.
What he needs to do is contact GM at the "executive level" of customer care.
There is a mechanism for this within the company.
It's done in stages, but eventually you can talk to somebody who has the power to override a dealer.
I have done this in disputes with dealers and got what I wanted.
This isn't the first time I have read of this kind of thing happening.
I heard of a night guard at a Dodge dealership who took a Viper, that was left inside the garage for service, out and totaled it in the middle of the night.
The dealership refused to pay for the car and the guy had to sue.Always
record the mileage with your cellphone camera when dropping a car off to be worked on.
Ideally, wait in the dealer Lounge for it to be finished too.
Before leaving the dealer, inspect it thoroughly.
Never give those morons the opportunity to damage your vehicle.
Because if you do, there is a good chance they will.