Conyers’ Courtesy Ford Review

Courtesy Ford offers paid training to new sales people in its advertisements and does not keep their word. The first problem is that their trainer is not even an employee of the dealership. He is simply a friend of the owner of Landmark Dodge that needed work and simply re-hashed training methods used from the 80’s to the mid 90’s. Anytime a dealership has a training class of 8 people for the same signifies massive turn-over which inevitably is the fault of the trainer for not teaching the correct and latest sales methods. If for any reason, such as a family emergency, you have to leave the training class you will not be paid even minimum wage. No educated person expects a car dealership to operate in an ethical manner voluntarily but not paying your employees is low even for them.

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Name: Conyers’ Courtesy Ford

Country: United States

State: Georgia

City: Conyers

Address: 1636 Dogwood Dr SE

Phone: 770-922-2700

Website: www.courtesyatlanta.com/

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