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Shawn is a racist, sexist, and unprofessional. I had called to ask if the price for a particular vehicle was negotiable because I felt it was astronomically priced too high. He thanked me for my call and hung up on me before I could respond. Then he decided to continue and text me even though he had just hung up on me. I asked again to contact me at a later date if they decided to negotiate on the price in which he told me that he would rather donate the car then sell it for less. So I said good luck to you and that was the end of it I thought. He then kept trying to push the car on me for the price of $6900 for a 17 year old car. So I responded with the numerous reasons I felt that the car was not worth that price, but to let me know when he donated it so I could purchase it from auction at a much cheaper price. He told me he had only paid $1500 for the car so I let him know that I would have vastly paid more than what he would have received for a write off, but that I was no longer interested due to his unprofessionalism. He then let me know that he would not sell it to me anyways at this point and that in America we look at vehicles before we make an offer and that we don't have our girlfriends call telling us our prices are too high. I would like to point out that I speak better English then he does and I was born and raised in America. I would also like to point out that my gender is female and has been the entire time from phone call to the end of our texting conversation.

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Shawn is a racist, sexist, and unprofessional. I had called to ask if the price for a particular vehicle was negotiable because I felt it was astronomically priced too high. He thanked me for my call and hung up on me before I could respond. Then he decided to continue and text me even though he had just hung up on me. I asked again to contact me at a later date if they decided to negotiate on the price in which he told me that he would rather donate the car then sell it for less. So I said good luck to you and that was the end of it I thought. He then kept trying to push the car on me for the price of $6900 for a 17 year old car. So I responded with the numerous reasons I felt that the car was not worth that price, but to let me know when he donated it so I could purchase it from auction at a much cheaper price. He told me he had only paid $1500 for the car so I let him know that I would have vastly paid more than what he would have received for a write off, but that I was no longer interested due to his unprofessionalism. He then let me know that he would not sell it to me anyways at this point and that in America we look at vehicles before we make an offer and that we don't have our girlfriends call telling us our prices are too high. I would like to point out that I speak better English then he does and I was born and raised in America. I would also like to point out that my gender is female and has been the entire time from phone call to the end of our texting conversation.

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I signed a contract to buy a 2001 Saab 9 3 from Auto Paradise of TX.

He had asked for a price of $9,900 plus tax etc. and I agreed.

I wanted to pay cash for the car and was awaiting the receipt of some checks from clients. He asked me how long it would be before I had the money and I said 3 weeks but just to make sure maybe we should factor in 6 weeks.

He agreed and I was to pay for the car in full by 11/14/2011.

I thought he was very pleasant and I made sure to keep in touch with him to let him know the status of my receivables.

During this time we texted each other and he said he ad gotten an offer for the car for $10,900 but that he was a man of his word and would honor the contract with me for $9,900 which was his original asking price.

Finally on 10/23/2011 I texted him asking if Monday or Tuesday, October 25th or 26th would be good for him for me to come and pay him in full and pick up the car.

Suddenly I got a text from him that he would be refunding my deposit of $500 and that he was nervous after we had signed the contract and went ahead and sold the car.

I was disappointed to say the least and mentioned that we had a signed contract.

In many ways this was a blessing in disguise as it showed his true business practices.

I could technically sue him for breach of contract and force him to deliver the vehicle I purchased; however, he did refund my deposit and I was made whole in that regard.

If a business owner does these sorts of things it causes me to question if there are other aspects of his business that may also be deceptive and dishonest. Perhaps the quality of his cars are not as he represents them.

I woudl advise anyone doing business with this company to have the car they are interested in evaluated by an independent mechanic.

Further, I would not sign any time contract agreement with this business as it may not be honored as in my case.

I will say that I will never do business with this firm ever again nor will I refer any of my friends or acquaintances ot this business.

I have copies of all business documants we signed and the texts he sent me for anyone's review.

Please feel free to ask.

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I signed a contract to buy a 2001 Saab 9 3 from Auto Paradise of TX.

He had asked for a price of $9,900 plus tax etc. and I agreed.

I wanted to pay cash for the car and was awaiting the receipt of some checks from clients. He asked me how long it would be before I had the money and I said 3 weeks but just to make sure maybe we should factor in 6 weeks.

He agreed and I was to pay for the car in full by 11/14/2011.

I thought he was very pleasant and I made sure to keep in touch with him to let him know the status of my receivables.

During this time we texted each other and he said he ad gotten an offer for the car for $10,900 but that he was a man of his word and would honor the contract with me for $9,900 which was his original asking price.

Finally on 10/23/2011 I texted him asking if Monday or Tuesday, October 25th or 26th would be good for him for me to come and pay him in full and pick up the car.

Suddenly I got a text from him that he would be refunding my deposit of $500 and that he was nervous after we had signed the contract and went ahead and sold the car.

I was disappointed to say the least and mentioned that we had a signed contract.

In many ways this was a blessing in disguise as it showed his true business practices.

I could technically sue him for breach of contract and force him to deliver the vehicle I purchased; however, he did refund my deposit and I was made whole in that regard.

If a business owner does these sorts of things it causes me to question if there are other aspects of his business that may also be deceptive and dishonest. Perhaps the quality of his cars are not as he represents them.

I woudl advise anyone doing business with this company to have the car they are interested in evaluated by an independent mechanic.

Further, I would not sign any time contract agreement with this business as it may not be honored as in my case.

I will say that I will never do business with this firm ever again nor will I refer any of my friends or acquaintances ot this business.

I have copies of all business documants we signed and the texts he sent me for anyone's review.

Please feel free to ask.

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