Keystone Chevrolet of sand springs

Complaint: PLEASE SHARE! SCAM ALERT!! This dealership is running scams on customers to generate revenue. They tell you that you have been approved for a loan on their cars then when its OUTSIDE of the thirty days to tag your vehicle the “bank”” sends out a letter denying your application so when it’s time to get the vehicle back to them they charge you as if it was a rental care charging more than 30 cents a mile!! Scam scam scam! Their Facebook page is set up so people can not leave reviews (go figure). So I’m doing my best to keep this from happening to others. I did find a web site with reviews similar to mine but if you aren’t researching the dealership they do their best to keep things like this from going public. Our trade in blew a valve stem when we got the dealership

Tags: Auto Mechanics, Auto Rentals, Auto Repair Service, Automotive Loan Servicing Company, Car Financing, Car Leasing/ Sales

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Website: the supposed dealership manager told us he would take a post dated check for two days so we could go ahead and get our vehicle back and the lying jerk cashed it anyway!! Thanks for that by the way. Andy told me point blank that he would be happy to “”work with us”” over this deal cause he didn’t want a bad review. Well

Phone: and their service department charged us 125 dollars because our steam has a pressure censor in it. And it doesnt even work. Well

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