I was not impressed in dealing with Maximum Auto Search. Initially I thought the salesperson with whom I worked was personable and nice. The person in finance appeared the same. He offered a deal on my car for extended warranty. After I looked closer at the paperwork (and yes, I realize it was my mistake that I didn’t look closer at the dealership. How silly to think I could trust the information given to me) it turned out the warranty was near $4,000 which was much more than the original quote. I went back and explained that is not what had been told, and that I wanted to end the contract. The finance person told me to come back after my first payment, that is when you want to end it. I called the warranty company and found out that wasn’t true. I emailed the finance person to close it, he said he did. I went in to check and make sure, talked with a different finance person who initially said I need to talk with a woman who works daytime hours. Then agreed to cancel it. When asked for proof it was canceled, I was told that is what the woman would have been able to provide. Throughout the ordeal, I feel most people at Maximum Auto Search played off of my not understanding and did well to make me feel like an ***. The extended warranty company, First Automotive, was actually extremely nice, professional, and most helpful in resolving the issue. Perhaps I will work again work with them someday, but definitely not with Maximum Auto Search.