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Chevy Dealer Puts Car Buyer Behind Bars

Multiple news agencies have reported that a man was sent to jail after he bought a Chevrolet Traverse from a local dealership in Virginia.

According to the reports, the staff at the Priority Chevrolet dealership sold the vehicle to the man for $5,600 less than what the car’s price tag suggested. Since the consumer refused to sign a new contract that would force him to pay the difference, the dealership called the authorities.

The reports show that the reason the man was taken into custody is that the dealership stated that the consumer had reportedly stolen the vehicle. The victim was held in jail for four hours before the situation was settled.

Now, the president of the dealership is asking the man to kindly forgive them for the misunderstanding, however, the consumer decided to file two lawsuits against the company.

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