My mother went to Fraser Ford and thought she found the car she was looking for. It was a 2005 Pontiac Sunfire for $13, 320.55. We were told we had to give a $500 deposit as a sign of good faith.
Within two hours she had changed her mind, found a better car for less money from a GM dealer. She called Fraser Ford and stopped them from picking up her trade-in and asked that they cancel the deal. NO WAY!! was the response she got.
We went down to the dealership, and spoke with Ms. Fraser, with hat in hand we asked to have the deal canceled and she informed us that we would be breaking the law. According to the contract we could back out and loss some of our deposit.
Well, the Ms Fraser stated that paragraph 10 and 11 on the back of the contract related only to the dealership, and that she would be keeping all of the deposit.
In the end Fraser Ford sold the car for $2500 less than the best price they would give it to us for and because they sold it (refusing to prove this sale to us!! ) said that they had to keep the deposit as they were entitled to liquidated damages.
So, if you are a senior who wishes to buy a new or used car, DO NOT go to Fraser Ford. They were ignorant, lying cheats, who would probably sell their mothers to make a deal and get you money.
We have since heard other stories about how they have charged over $850.00 for a tune-up!
This dealer is having financial problems and doing what ever they can to get money. Beware!!