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Disgusted

Chesterfield, MO

#1 Oct 12, 2010
I was in the Dealership awhile back and was totally appalled with the way the General Manager acted. He was cussing in the showroom, ranting and raving about something. Also I didnt like the way he was talking to an employee, demeaning him right before my eyes. Nice Professionalism you got there Mr Carlock running your Store. Because of the way he showed off I took my Business elsewhere, Sincerely Mr Disgusted
guest

Trumann, AR

#2 Oct 12, 2010
sounds like you got in trouble !!!
guest

Trumann, AR

#3 Oct 12, 2010
And just for you will know mr carlock dont read topix. lol
Petey

Saint Charles, MO

#4 Oct 12, 2010
guest wrote:
And just for you will know mr carlock dont read topix. lol
I hope you are not older than five. It is okay, you will learn to string words together to make sentences soon enough.
guest

Trumann, AR

#5 Oct 12, 2010
Petey wrote:
<quoted text> I hope you are not older than five. It is okay, you will learn to string words together to make sentences soon enough.
if I wanted some lip from you I'd rattle my zipper
david bowie

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Oct 13, 2010
gen mgr. will cuss an customer too when he not busy trying to save the planet. talked crazy to me and i was trying to spend money there. never will go back in there
else where

United States

#7 Oct 13, 2010
Disgusted wrote:
I was in the Dealership awhile back and was totally appalled with the way the General Manager acted. He was cussing in the showroom, ranting and raving about something. Also I didnt like the way he was talking to an employee, demeaning him right before my eyes. Nice Professionalism you got there Mr Carlock running your Store. Because of the way he showed off I took my Business elsewhere, Sincerely Mr Disgusted
Alot of Blytheville businesses have a history of poor customer service. That is why many people go to Kennett, Dyersburg, Memphis or Jonesboro. If people are spending their money, they want the best service. Why stay in town and spend money for crappy service, after all, it is YOUR money!
not sure

Caraway, AR

#8 Oct 13, 2010
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
if I wanted some lip from you I'd rattle my zipper
I really hope you are not one who represents the business. What a foul mouth you have. Sure makes me not want to do business there.
david bowie

Jonesboro, AR

#9 Oct 13, 2010
there are some good people that work there.
new car owner

Waterloo, Canada

#10 Oct 13, 2010
I seen and heard the same behavior. Anddddd had 12 grand cash in my pocket. Turned around and went out of town. Thanks trashy, no class havn, can't even be thankful u got a job sorry a$$ clowns. Gotta better attitude and a better deal elsewhere :). JOB SECURITY. Know what it means!?!
Sad situation

United States

#11 Oct 13, 2010
I went in to purchase a car and didn't like the deal I was given by the salesman.

Salesman said "I will get the manager. Maybe he can get you a better deal."

The manager walked in and from the beginning appeared that I inconvenienced him. He was hateful and belligerent and even used profanity. I got up and walked out of the store. I will spend my money at a place that wants it.
Buyer

Crawford, TX

#12 Oct 13, 2010
I have bought my 3rd car in the last year from carlock, The manager went out of his way to help me and my family. The real problem is we keep buying out of town that's why all the dealerships fail in Blytheville, Ar. I wonder if we supported all the local business if we might have a mall,place's to eat, shop and get real medical attention. Keep on bashing the last standing dealer and it's just going to end with no dealerships in our town. They have made a lot of local people happy, I see a lot of carlock tag's around town.
Think about it

United States

#13 Oct 13, 2010
The reason we buy out of town is the locals fail US in the first place,, either price, service, selection, attitude or whatever.
Buyer

Crawford, TX

#14 Oct 13, 2010
Think about it wrote:
The reason we buy out of town is the locals fail US in the first place,, either price, service, selection, attitude or whatever.
No, what has happened is we don't work with the local business to help them survive, look at all the closed business up and down the streets that have failed. What really stinks is all the business people that got rich off our tax dollars moving to Jonesboro. For example Stacener, Newcomb "thanks to nucor" Just a few names to make us think about. Let's put our tax dollars to work in the retail industry, Competetion is a good thing. Let's get a Gm, Chrysler, and a couple more imports francises. Let's get a outlet mall so our families can shop local. Then price,service,selection,attitu de will improve.
Atomic Bomb

Brookland, AR

#15 Oct 13, 2010
The last time we were in Carlock and the time before that, we were totally unimpressed with the sales staff. They did act as though we were an inconvenience in their day. Heck with that; we got a better deal and better service on our car in St Louis. Our last vehicle, an '07 Ford Edge, we bought in Jonesboro after a brief visit to Carlock. They just acted like they didn't care if we bought a car there or not. So, it was not!
Local Buyer

Crawford, TX

#16 Oct 13, 2010
Atomic Bomb wrote:
The last time we were in Carlock and the time before that, we were totally unimpressed with the sales staff. They did act as though we were an inconvenience in their day. Heck with that; we got a better deal and better service on our car in St Louis. Our last vehicle, an '07 Ford Edge, we bought in Jonesboro after a brief visit to Carlock. They just acted like they didn't care if we bought a car there or not. So, it was not!
I'm sure that's where you get it serviced in St. Louis or Jonesboro, I value my time more than driving 1 hour minium each way to get my car serviced, and they have pleased a lot of buyers. They have made a lot of changes to better serve the community, and as for some of the post on here, the new manager has cleaned the store up a lot, maybe some of you should go and meet him. What he doesn't do is play around, he gets down to business and make's deals.
Looking To Buy

Chesterfield, MO

#17 Oct 13, 2010
Well..........I went in today to purchase a vehicle for my proud and deserving 16 year old son. The salesman was rude and every vehicle my son looked at he had something smart to say such as " yeah you gonna get a ticket in that" or "thats one to wrap around a pole for a young man." Needless to say we left and went to Jonesboro and found the vehicle he wanted and purchased it right then. The salesman "Matt" was really helpful and a very nice gentleman. Maybe the guys & gals from "Carlock" need to take lessons from him....Happy In Manila
tripod

Trumann, AR

#18 Oct 13, 2010
Looking To Buy wrote:
Well..........I went in today to purchase a vehicle for my proud and deserving 16 year old son. The salesman was rude and every vehicle my son looked at he had something smart to say such as " yeah you gonna get a ticket in that" or "thats one to wrap around a pole for a young man." Needless to say we left and went to Jonesboro and found the vehicle he wanted and purchased it right then. The salesman "Matt" was really helpful and a very nice gentleman. Maybe the guys & gals from "Carlock" need to take lessons from him....Happy In Manila
how long did it take you to think of that story. why get on here and just lie
Guest

Blytheville, AR

#19 Oct 13, 2010
Carlock could most likly beat any other dealerships price, service and overall satisfaction after the sale.If you would actually give them a chance. Before hopping on the bandwagon the Carlocks GM is a brick so everyone else out there sucks. Sure Carlock isn't perfect by no means, but by just getting my oil changed, ive seen a tremendous improvement in their service and they even Washed my car for free and were very freindly. I'll go back. I really like the way the service manager, handles buissness. Yall got to admit its better than it was a year or two ago.
Curious

Blytheville, AR

#20 Oct 13, 2010
Looking To Buy wrote:
Well..........I went in today to purchase a vehicle for my proud and deserving 16 year old son. The salesman was rude and every vehicle my son looked at he had something smart to say such as " yeah you gonna get a ticket in that" or "thats one to wrap around a pole for a young man." Needless to say we left and went to Jonesboro and found the vehicle he wanted and purchased it right then. The salesman "Matt" was really helpful and a very nice gentleman. Maybe the guys & gals from "Carlock" need to take lessons from him....Happy In Manila
What was the salesman's name?

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