My cousin and my father purchased a used car from Langley Hyundai about 3 months ago. About a week ago I found out that while financing the car, they were lead to believe that they needed to purchase an extended warranty in order to secure financing. Upon finding out about this I spoke with a finance manager at the dealership and they basically made accusations of buyer's remorse (even though I am not the buyer, I was just hoping to get this scam rectified). Basically, I want them to cancel the warranty and they have decided they would rather not. The warranty itself is almost a third of the price of the car and likely quite a nice commission for the finance office and dealership so I can imagine why they will not return it.
My cousin is a recent immigrant and needs the car for work (tough enough to get a job as an immigrant these days). My father is quite old and not really in his prime mentally anymore. Both easy targets for high pressure sales tactics. Sad to see this is the reality what we had to deal with but I guess that's why they warn you about used car salesmen.