Car dealer tries to fix its own mistake by having customer arrested10/3/2012
Danny Sawyer bought a black 2012 Chevy Traverse from Priority Chevrolet but, a day later, swapped it for the blue one he'd taken for a test drive. He signed a contract, paid the Virginia dealership and took his new ride home. Several days later, Sawyer had a pile of messages from Priority as they'd inadvertently undercharged him for the car, a "clerical error" of $5,600. Sawyer refused to pay up for their mistake, so the dealership reported the car stolen and Sawyer was arrested. Priority president Dennis Ellmer says he owes Sawyer "a big apology" but Sawyer says thanks, but no thanks. He has filed a lawsuit seeking $2.2 million in damages. That's almost 65 Chevy Traverses. [Source]
Would you accept the dealership's apology?