At the very beginning of the series of events that landed me in the driver's seat of a new truck, I was getting the Diff-lock repaired on my Toyota FJ Cruiser. This was also the same day that they gave me the bad news that I was going to need an ABS modulator to fix a screwy brake pedal for the cool tone of $1800 - for the part. This triggered me to wander about their lot for a bit before requesting a test drive of a 2013 Tundra. My impression of the Tundra was a "meh" when we got back, and they went into full on salescreature mode. Their numbers never added up, and I cross checked them with my bank. They were so far off that I simply told them that I was done, and left with the FJ after paying the $1100 bill for getting the diff lock fixed.
Today, I just got a phone call. The salescreature was going to deliver me my brand new Tundra to the door, and pick up my trade. Never mind that I never signed any piece of paper agreeing to buy a vehicle. After some initial confusion over what he was saying, I point blank told him that I was not going to buy a Tundra, and that I had bought my Dodge. He tried again to insist that they got the numbers "right", and that he would be at my place in two hours. I told him again that I had already traded in the FJ, and that it blew a bearing on the way to Minot, and that Chrysler took over $7k off of their sticker, and that I no longer had the vehicle.
Once he realized that his ruse was up, he quickly tried to backpedal, claiming that he called the wrong person - never mind that they got off at the exact same time I did, and he was trying to deliver the exact same bluish-grayish truck to Williston.
This has to be one of the wierdest tactics pulled yet to move iron.