Sandy Sansing employs felons

Sandy Sansing employs felons

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Bureau of Prisons

United States

#1 Sep 27, 2010
If you feel comfortable buying a $25000 product from someone who doesn't have their constitutional rights and has spent years in prison, buy your next car from Sandy Sansing Chevrolet-LOL! This dealership hire convicted drug dealers. One of their sales staff was just released from Federal prison in February and is now representing Sandy Sansing. The same employee is married to a Paid BDSM escort who has a website called Scarlett Sinn X. So the guy selling cars there is a drug dealer married to a hooker-LOL!! Be very careful in your business dealings.

Since: Sep 10

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#2 Sep 27, 2010
Sandy Sansing seems to be an awesome Christian man. However, are we surprised that parolees gravitate toward certain career fields, one of which is car sales? No offense anyone, I know there of plenty of honest car salesmen. But, it does seem to attract some shady characters, does it not?
sami

Laurel Hill, FL

#4 Sep 28, 2010
This is America, after you serve your time you have the right to be put back into the mainstream of life. It is not our place to judge, would you rather every criminal get out of jail and go on welfare for the rest of their lives so you can keep supporting them. They have jobs, isn't that whats important. It's selling cars for heaven sake NOT working in a nursing home. Does it really matter if the guy selling you a car has a record. If they aren't given jobs do you think they might go back to crime. Glad you have never cheated, stole, took a drug prescribed to your uncle jeb in your whole life but some people need a second chance. AND NO I have never been in jail or have been in trouble for anything in my life, nor has anyone I am related to or know closely. I just think in this world today there are better things to worry about than downing someone who is trying to EARN a living!

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#5 Sep 28, 2010
Sami, that is what I was trying to say. As long as he does not get access to anyone's credit app what is he hurting?
Citizen

United States

#6 Sep 29, 2010
I'll tell you who the felon is hurting-the customer. When I am making a major purchase $25,000 +, I don't want to rely on the character of a slime bag to give me honest information and make a square deal. When conducting a major transaction like this, I will not deal with liers, cheats, or other unsavory characters if I have a chance and know about it. If you want to take your bleeding heart out and help the poor felon, go right aheaad. The scum that I am refering to, Michael Spencer, has been a major drug dealer for years as well as a drug addict. He cheated at life, and if you want to buy a car from this trash, go right ahead. His wife has a website called Scarlett Sinn X and is a BDSM prostitute.
Just the kind of people that I want to rely on when spending $30,000 of my honestly earned money-LOL!

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#7 Sep 29, 2010
Citizen wrote:
I'll tell you who the felon is hurting-the customer. When I am making a major purchase $25,000 +, I don't want to rely on the character of a slime bag to give me honest information and make a square deal. When conducting a major transaction like this, I will not deal with liers, cheats, or other unsavory characters if I have a chance and know about it. If you want to take your bleeding heart out and help the poor felon, go right aheaad. The scum that I am refering to, Michael Spencer, has been a major drug dealer for years as well as a drug addict. He cheated at life, and if you want to buy a car from this trash, go right ahead. His wife has a website called Scarlett Sinn X and is a BDSM prostitute.
Just the kind of people that I want to rely on when spending $30,000 of my honestly earned money-LOL!
Okay. I have never been arrested, nor have I ever used any drug. So I'm not identifying with the dude at all. It has just been my experience that the little salesman usually does not really have the authority to really make a deal- he is just there to kind of show you the car, let you test drive, ask you if you want some coffee, try to sale you on the idea of a purchase. Maybe I am wrong, but I am pretty sure the sales manager still makes the deals.
Representation

United States

#8 Sep 30, 2010
The salesman is the representative of the company or business. Felon=dishonesty, lack of integrity, lack of character. This is the person that I am forced to deal with to make my major purchase if I choose to do business with Mr. Sansing? I don't think so. I don't want to have anything to do with this type of person. Obviously other people do not feel the same way because Sansing is successful. I will spend my money where the owner has more respect for the customer and less for the felon.

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#9 Sep 30, 2010
I totally get what you're saying. In a perfect world I would agree. But, everybody has to work. The felon still needs to buy groceries, pay his light bill, pay his CHILD SUPPORT, and basically not be a scab on the tail of society. He has to have a job doing something. That's all I'm saying. Would you be more comfortable if he handled your fast food or stocked your groceries or handled the cash at a convenience store? What would the best job for him be in your opinion?
Citizen

United States

#10 Oct 1, 2010
I understand that people must work to survive, but the felon has forfeited his right to many things- the right to vote , serve in the armed forces, own a firearm, and employment that exposes him to contact with honest people and large monetary transactions. There are many jobs that would be suitable for these criminals - road construction, migratory farming, commercial fishing ect. They should not be in situation in which they can steal, cheat, or otherwise hurt innocent people. I don't want to have to deal with them in a direct business transaction or have any contact with them. THEY created their situation. THEY commited horrible acts against people and society. THEY have character defeciencies that prevented them from integrating into normal society. THEY chose to live this life, therefore, THEY must live with the consequences of their actions, not ME! Mental illness is the only exception that I can think of for excusing felon behavior. Otherwise, I'll just take my business to someone with higher standards. You are more than welcome to make excuses for these people and interact with them. Don't be surprised when your wallet becomes a little lighter because of it. People's character does not change. It is formed early in life and people rarely deviate from their basic core values. Felons have no core value, except to themselves.

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#11 Oct 1, 2010
Okay citizen, I understand your point. I'm just thinking that most of the men that I have worked with in the past who do have a felony are of the mentality that they would be too "smart" or too good for the work you are describing. I'm just saying respectfully that Sandy Sandsing is not by far the only employer of felons if he is one. I'm not trying to say that the felons I have met are reformed or anything like that.
sami

Laurel Hill, FL

#12 Oct 1, 2010
Well I doubt whoever you buy a car from your handing him $30,000.00 on the spot, as for stealing a car, can't you do that on any street? Most aren't stolen off of lots. ANNND as for being a drug dealer HE is not doing anything to anybody. He is offering a product and they are CHOOSING to buy it. He would not even be committing a crime if others didn't make it possible. It's not like robbing a convenience store. Yes they must live with the consequences so let him live, your name isn't consequence. Hummm or is it?
Sami is a moron

United States

#13 Oct 4, 2010
You are incredibly moronic, Sami. He is not committing a crime because someone is choosing to buy his drugs? With your logic, and armed robber is innocent because the bank is tempting him by keeping money in the bank for him to rob - twit! Listen closely stupid- I don't want to deal with a felon due to his character or lack of it. It's my choice and I excercise it. Go off and deal some drugs and do soceity some good, would you Sami-LOL?
Your lack of brain cells indicate you are one of Michael Wayne Spencer's drug customers. I'm sure he's got a great deal on a Katrina flooded vehicle for you Sami!! Snort some more of his coke and sign right here-Idiot!!
Sami

Laurel Hill, FL

#14 Oct 4, 2010
You have a lot of nerve calling me stupid while you compare a drug dealer to a bank robber and money in a bank to a drug addict. Are you saying drug dealers don't need buyers to stay in business? Are you saying they can make a living selling drugs to no one? And do you think that someone addicted to drugs will stop doing them because there are no dealers? Or do you think maybe they will break into your grandmothers house and kill her for a bottle of pills. You show your character by the way you address others and buddy let me tell you, you are are a rotten piece of work. Frankly your just an ass and your probably the only person you know who thinks your better than anyone else. Think again.
Lee

Pensacola, FL

#15 Nov 27, 2010
Sandy Sansing is a felon, I bought a new Mazda Tribute from him. After a couple of weeks I heard grinding in the brakes, brought it in they looked at it and told me it was just the protective coating that was rubbing off, it continued to grind
next time I brought it in for a check they told me that my rotors were worn down to nothing and wanted to charge me 350.00 to fix it, I told them I had brought it in when I noticed the problem and this guy told me it was just protective coating on the brakes rubbing off. They said, well he does not work here anymore and still wanted me to pay. I did not and went elsewhere to get it fixed. They are real ripoffs up there
Eric berry

United States

#16 Mar 18, 2013
Ill surely appreciate you guys at sandy , for giving a man with no hope to get a job to find one I'm just like tht person a felon thts lookn for a chance just like him Thank u guys
Someone who knows

United States

#17 Jun 15, 2013
AR-grits wrote:
I totally get what you're saying. In a perfect world I would agree. But, everybody has to work. The felon still needs to buy groceries, pay his light bill, pay his CHILD SUPPORT, and basically not be a scab on the tail of society. He has to have a job doing something. That's all I'm saying. Would you be more comfortable if he handled your fast food or stocked your groceries or handled the cash at a convenience store? What would the best job for him be in your opinion?
Mr Spencer has no children and screwed his wife the one you all have no clue about and are judging out of her opportunity to possibly ever have children of her own by telling her he wanted them and making sure it never happened...Now she may be past the ave to ever have them thanks to him...So if you want to talk crap about anyone get your facts straight before running your mouth about people...She is a damn good woman and would be a DAMN good mother...She just got caught up with someone that played her and milked her for everything she was worth... As far as your prostitute accusations maybe learn the facts about how he almost made her loose the house that was her Dad's dying wish for her before you pass judgement...REMEMBER only GOD should pass judgment NOT you...I am sure half of you that are passing judgment on her know nothing really at l about her or you would probably keep your big mouths shut...Have a good life and enjoy GOD's judgement over you when you see him for judging and condeming his children that you know absolutely nothing about. "Sleep on that you judgemental assholes!!!"
June

United States

#18 Dec 14, 2013
Well I may as well apply. Im a convited felon. And have served my time.... ppl shouldn't judge. Things happen in life , fault or not. The system doesnt discriminate so for all who feel some tye of way , know its a place for you too if you ever f up. Its not always what THEY put in black and white. All of us arent bad. I served my time and learned from it. Now im continuing my education, taking care of ny family, and reaching my goals
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#19 Dec 14, 2013
Normally I wouldn't endorse hiring any convicted criminal BUT, BUT, I did take a chance and hire a truck driver out of KILBY (Alabama). His interview was more sincere than all the others and against all the ideas in the back of my mind, I gave him a chance and required him to cut the LONG hair and wear long sleeve shirts to cover the nasty prison tattoos. He never once questioned why he had to do what was required.. He had just hooked up with a woman with two kids and she was deadset on changing his life. My business requires all charge accounts so cash was not an option, He did have an earlier charge of MJ possession and intent to distribute so I bought the drug store test kits and held it over his head but never had to use them. In the meantime his wife had progressed through the Walmart system and had gotten into management training so when the chance to relocate back home came up, I lost a damn good employee that I also helped get a job driving a fuel truck for a gasoline station company. A few situations go good ,far too many come back to bite you in the butt!.
Pharr 2manysitchooaysh unz

Cantonment, FL

#20 Dec 15, 2013
I'm here to bite your a$$, Tommy!
ThomasA wrote:
Normally I wouldn't endorse hiring criminal BUT, BUT...come back to bite you in the butt!.
Coming back to HAUNT you!

L0L
holly

Pensacola, FL

#21 Jan 13, 2014
really sad to see some of these close-minded, judgmental remarks concerning felons .... Everyone has a past, some worse than others, but once they serve their time they deserve to be able to provide for themselves and their families. Martha Stewart is a felon, but I'm sure some of you still buy her home interiors or use her ideas from a magazine....casting judgement on someone for their past mistakes just makes you look like an uptight prick! Selling cars on an official lot is no crime, and if it bothers you that much that a felon showed you how to adjust the seats and the mpg's then your the one with the problem....what's the point of our prison system if once their time is serve they are still persecuted on the outside ...if they can't find a job they are more likely to offend again...damn give the guy a chance! he may have changed! just remember only God can judge!

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