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S Graham vs Auffenberg

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Auffenberg committee illegal business practices against me because I am black woman, the first I had to their dealership was on 11/7/15 and the sales consultant, Jon Ballas put the wrong income information on my credit application even after I told him $2200 per month but he instead put down $2946. When I told the dealership that I did not want to buy a car right now, I had to deal with team pressure from the finance manager and the sales manager from Auffenberg Mazda, they made it seem like i had to get the car that day even though I told them several times that I wanted to discuss this matter with my dad. The finance manager even told me to call my dad even though I advised he was at work. I had 2 visits to the dealership and now I have 17 inquiries from the second visit and 2 from the first visit. Now the dealership will not talk with me about this. I am trying to refinance my private student loan but I am unable to do anything until the inquiries are removed plus I had a job opportunity in Charlotte NC that was a job promotion that was $10000.00 more than what I am making now. I am asking for financial compensation which the dealership states they will not do. My private student loans are at least $ 14000 but I wanted to pay at least $5000 to get the balance under $10000.00 to make it easier to refinance my loan and my debt to income will be improved which is required for a private loan consolidation. The dealership committed sales pressure against me and I want this matter resolved.
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    • [-][+]My resolution
    • 3 years ago
    Lori R. (Advocate for Plaintiff)
    Car Dealer's Reality – Ok,
    Here's my advise. First, did you buy that car? 2nd, you file a fraud action immediately with Experion or the other main 2 and nobody will be able to check your credit for 3months! What makes you believe it was the color of your skin as to why they pressured you? Lastly, if you saw that the amount was wrong and did tell them, did you sign anyway? If you did, you need to find an Attorney who is skilled at business contracts without a retainer. You may be able to find one that could go after them and get $$ for what they did, or if you did buy that car, may be able to get it refunded.
      • [-][+]My resolution – Plaintiff
      • 3 years ago
      Shemonika G. (Plaintiff-unverified)
      I am willing to settle this case for $12000.00, I did ask for $24000 but I am willing to compromise to get this matter resolved.
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