“Yep, A contract is a contract, and Brad Anderson needs to do time for a false police report.”
Yep, Mr Brad Anderson was trying to cover his butt to keep upper mngmt from knowing he totally screwed up. Sort of happened to us some years ago. We went to buy a new minivan from a local Pontiac dealer in Austin. We had previously declared bankruptcy from medical bills when our oldest had kidney failure so we relied on our bank to finance us. Anyway, we picked a spanking new mini van and got the okay from our banker whom my husband went to school with (small school and area west of Austin) salesman said we could take it before we had all the papers done. We informed him we were leaving for Lake of the Ozarks that weekend and would be back to sign papers and pick the car up. Not wanting to miss a sale, he AND his manager said to go ahead and take it since they had the okay on the phone from our banker. whoo hoo! So we did and left our 1987 burgundy Dodge Grand Caravan there. Put over 3,000 miles on that new sucker and had a wonderful time. Get back, ready to sign papers and lo and behold, Oliver (banker) tells them we need to come up with more money down. Everyone knew what we had in cash to put down with our car. Dealership was begging us to put more money down. We didnt have the thousands they wanted. (about $3,000) anyway, we left the vehicle, picked up ours and went back home new-car-less. I imagine some heads were rolling on that deal. Nice car too.