Car dealership employees find money, ...

Car dealership employees find money, turn in to police

There are 31 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 24, 2009, titled Car dealership employees find money, turn in to police. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

A box with over $40,000 in cash left at the Central Florida Toyota dealership Monday remains unclaimed at the Orange County Sheriff's Office .

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MJD

“Where has common sense gone?”

Since: Jan 07

Weston

#1 Jun 24, 2009
After 90 days it's your fellas, pray it was somebody who does not want to go to a police station to pick it up!!!!!
tap19

United States

#4 Jun 24, 2009
Thank God there is still
Honest people around here
Dishonest people need
To leave
Now!!!!!
Dale

Lebanon, MO

#5 Jun 24, 2009
So that's where I left it.
Paul Bunyan

Cresco, IA

#6 Jun 24, 2009
Check the lot. See if a car is missing.
Kiss it goodbye

Sorrento, FL

#7 Jun 24, 2009
Left the money at the OCSO? Kiss it goodbye...just like the drugs and guns that disappear out of evidence rooms when Fat Boy Beary was in charge.
Tuff Guy

Windermere, FL

#8 Jun 24, 2009
Wasnt there a bank robbed recently of that amount?
tap19

United States

#9 Jun 24, 2009
The 2 that found it
Deserve it 4 HONESTY
Do you not
Think that
Way
Susan Boil

Orlando, FL

#10 Jun 24, 2009
They deserve a parade

or at least a big story
on channel 13

( instead of the Incandela family
and their national anthem singing
treasure )
Ray

Orlando, FL

#11 Jun 24, 2009
THAT'S MY MONEY! I was wondering what happened to it. I was gonna buy a Toyota with it.
Rayroy

Altoona, FL

#12 Jun 24, 2009
It's mine, I can describe it, it's green with dead white guys on it.
rocky321

Altamonte Springs, FL

#13 Jun 25, 2009
to some 40k is chump change and not worth the questions asked..........
Jeff

Miami, FL

#14 Jun 25, 2009
Paul Bunyan wrote:
Check the lot. See if a car is missing.
The priciest car in Toyota's model lineup is the Prius hybrid. It's about $40K.
Pat

Pensacola, FL

#15 Jun 25, 2009
"People rank us [car dealerships] up there with going to get their teeth cleaned or going to talk to a lawyer," Farrell said.

Actually, no. I consider car dealers MUCH worse than your comparison.
Pat

Pensacola, FL

#16 Jun 25, 2009
Rayroy wrote:
It's mine, I can describe it, it's green with dead white guys on it.
LOL! And it was in a small box, right? Come in and claim it.:)
Nati Kid

AOL

#17 Jun 25, 2009
Pat wrote:
"People rank us [car dealerships] up there with going to get their teeth cleaned or going to talk to a lawyer," Farrell said.
Actually, no. I consider car dealers MUCH worse than your comparison.
Central Florida Toyota is terrible when speaking of servicing vehicles. I always take my car to the dealer and at CFT, they not once, but twice "forgot" to put my oil cap back on. I am obviously done dropping my money there. Yeah, really high ranking dealership there.
john

Orlando, FL

#18 Jun 25, 2009
Jeff wrote:
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The priciest car in Toyota's model lineup is the Prius hybrid. It's about $40K.
Ah no.. try a sequia for $60k or tundra..

Level 1

Since: Feb 09

Orlando, FL

#19 Jun 25, 2009
pretty cool they turned it in... i am glad that they chose the right way to walk.

Blessings
Brother Frankie
Pat

Pensacola, FL

#21 Jun 25, 2009
Nati Kid wrote:
<quoted text>
Central Florida Toyota is terrible when speaking of servicing vehicles. I always take my car to the dealer and at CFT, they not once, but twice "forgot" to put my oil cap back on. I am obviously done dropping my money there. Yeah, really high ranking dealership there.
And their sleazy advertising. Screaming ads of $9,999 and $99* payments!

Then add (in mouse print at the bottom):

*After $20,000 down payment.$99 payment only valid for one month. Model shown will not be in stock. In fact, never was. No problem though, we'll sell you a lesser model at twice the quoted price. Because we love you. Honest.
celia mcculty

Denver, CO

#22 Jun 25, 2009
sounds like drug money to me!!!!!
momma

Leesburg, FL

#23 Jun 25, 2009
celia mcculty wrote:
sounds like drug money to me!!!!!
Or just somebody wanting to buyer their car in cash. Its not too far fetched to plan on dropping that much cash at a car dealership. I just don't think I would walk in with a box--lol

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