Compass Dodge / Fraud and deception
My wife and myself were clearly deceived and lied to by Compass Dodge as well as being very dissatisfied with the dealership itself.
This company advertises on Cars.com and posted a vehicle for sale for $6995.00. When we drove to the very dirty town of Orange we found the dealership in dissaray. The place looked like it should be knocked down and all the cars were crammed in one little lot.
Anyhow we decided on the car and when the salesman who could barely understand english brought over the paperwork there was suddenly $2995 added to the price.
Apparently they hide the fact that you get the price stated online if you put down the $ 2995 they cleverly hide in the Sellers notes in mid paragraph where most people don't even read.
This is fraud, deception, and misleading the public. After blowing my top on the salesroom floor they tried to tell me that how they advertise isn't fraud it is "creative advertising."
I warn anyone considering doing business with these crooks. Stay away because if they have to lie and deceive to get consumers in the door what else are they hiding or lying about?