“Payment Packing” Is Not Ethical And Could Be Considered Fraud!
A recent case was decided in favor of a former dealership employee who allegedly claimed he was retaliated against for objecting to sales personnel quoting inflated monthly payment amounts in order to hide the true cost of aftermarket products. Is this a common practice by sales personnel to get the deal done? Or is it an outdated practice that rears its ugly head every now and then?? What’s your opinion??
This happens way too often, not with all dealers, but it amazes me that payment packing is still being used. When a manager gets educated and tries to be compliant, the GM or Dealer retaliates by firing them.