Doing the right thing is a thing of the past

I wrote yesterday about the crazy stuff I’m dealing with in regards to an RV I bought in Nashville. While the whole situation is still in limbo, there was a moment on the phone with Lazydays RV, the dealership I got the RV from, that was quite a surprise.

The short backstory is that this RV is a lemon. Nothing that classifies it as an RV is working. No propane. No generator. And water was leaking from the roof and under the sink. When I was on the phone with Lazydays, I said — well, I said a lot of things, but one was that I wish they would do the right thing by taking the RV back.

She responded by saying that the right thing is a matter of interpretation. I just about lost it.

I’ve heard many stories and been part of a few where a company or business cared about their customers. For instance, when something went wrong, the business would go out of their way to make it right. Have things changed or is Lazydays just living up to their name? If so, they ought to add “careless” and “terrible” to their name. While they’re at it, just change the entire dealership name to Matter of Interpretation RV Sales.

The saga continues, next up I might be calling Maury Povich… “Ben, in regards to the RV from Lazydays… You ARE still the owner!” *Ben proceeds to cry*

-Out of the Wilderness

Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes an 11-year-old beagle and a 9-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, dog boarding, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

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