• Tom Paolella

Gave Me Advice In My Best Interest

Updated: Apr 22

"I think one of the most stressful, intimidating things that every human being goes through happens when walking into a car dealership. If you are like me, and you don't know exactly what you are doing, negotiating mistakes will be made that will cost you dearly in car payments for several years to come.

Sure, I could sit here and watch countless YouTube videos on how to beat the dealership at their own game and properly negotiate the car of my dreams, but honestly, If I knew there was someone out there that could do all the negotiating for me, potentially save me a few thousand dollars on a vehicle while making certain the contract I sign doesn't have any hidden erroneous fees -- I would rather opt to pay for that convenience.


That is where Car Concierge Plus comes in.


I had always considered getting a car broker. If you do a Google search on the benefits of hiring one, you'll find this response (among many similar others)...


"In the end, most consumers can save hundreds if not thousands of dollars by hiring a professional to broker the purchase of their next car. But beyond the dollars, you're also saving hours of hassle in avoiding the traditional walk-up or even an Internet-based dealership experience." (Edmunds.com)


I never knew about Car Concierge Plus until I went into our town's local Facebook page and asked for recommendations. Turns out that a few people had been using this company and were very satisfied. In fact, if you look through Google reviews, Car Concierge Plus has 5-star reviews across the board.


I made in inquiry through the company webpage and shortly thereafter, Tom (the owner) and I were texting back-and-forth. We had a really great, relaxed phone call conversation where he listened to my particular situation that involved getting out of a current lease into a vehicle I wanted.


You will be surprised to hear this, but Tom didn't help me buy the vehicle I wanted. He wasn't interested in taking me on as a client unless he felt he could make me a great deal. Truth be, due to the chip shortage and rising car prices he advised me to hold on to my leased vehicle as long as I could (since I had several months left on it).

He gave me that advice because he felt it was in my best interest -- not his. The time will come when I will call on Tom again to negotiate a deal for me. I am not soon to forget how kindly he treated me and as a result, he has earned my trust.

I think anyone that takes the time to talk with him about their next vehicle purchase will come to realize that the cost for his service will be a drop in the bucket for the potential savings he might be able to negotiate for you."