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Billion Toyota of Sioux Falls, South Dakota Tried to scam 3 children out of $1800 Sioux Falls, South Dakota
18th of Oct, 2011 by User263642
When the auotmatic sliding door on our Toyota Sienna wouldn't close this morning (it never works right), my friendly wife took it to Billion Toyota in Sioux Falls, SD for repairs (again). The sweet thing mentioned that we are about to go on vacation with the van. Hearing this, the rapacious dealer tried to stick her up (and ultimately our 3 children as most of our money goes to them) with a $1,800 repair bill. She declined so they said $250 to make the door work manually. But then they tried to up it to $650 claiming it cost $400 for a HINGE. That is when I got involved. In the end, we have a door that is closed but does not work and they still charged $100+! I've complained to the feds, the state attorney general and now here. I think there should be an "Occupy Billion Toyota" movement as I've since heard that these sons of guns have reamed other poor families as well.

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