The finance officer, Leonard, "made a mistake" and put down an employer on my application that I didn't have. According to Justin Spears, the salesman, my purchase had been approved based on that phantom employer.
They then scrambled for a lender, ruining my credit for possibly years to come.
I gave my old car to a family member. That means I am without a car of my own and a credit score that was lowered almost 300 points because Nalley Kia submitted my application to over 25 lenders.
Correct my credit report by rescinding all of the inquiries, a formal apology to both myself and Lyft, to whom they lied.
I don't recommend them