We bought a 2014 Hyundai Sonata with fairly low miles, a very nice and beautiful car. We believe we got a decent fair price and were satisfied with most of the detailing. Except they put their dealership name on the back window. For the 1st time in my life (over 50 years) I bought a car that came with only 1 key. This is a electronic starting car with push button start. If we lose this key fob, no telling what the cost would be. We were lead to believe by our sale person Shawn Pomeroy, that previous owner had probably left other key fob at home and he would call and get it for us. Days later and after a number of calls we discovered that previous owner didn't have another key fob or wouldn't be providing it. Shawn told us he would try and get us one at cost from local Hyundai dealer. This also come to a dead end. I called the Hyundai dealer myself and was told total cost would be $350 for a 2nd key fob. This is simply and honestly outrageous. In the meantime we got a call from Josh Gunther asking if he could help us in any way. We explained our problem with the key fob and were told he would need more info and would get back with us. I called him back and so did my wife and got NO RESPONSE. So folks, if you buy a car from these people you better get everything in writing and make sure everything is as you like and need, before you finalize deal. All this has happened within the last 4 weeks and are obviously they are not going to help us with this problem. This dealership may leave you with some unresolved and possibly large out of pocket expense. Also we found out the person that referred us got stiffed the $100 referral bonus. These people got a problem telling the truth.