Woman shocked after & # 39; sexist & # 39; car salesman suggests that she comes back with her boyfriend for guidance

The woman is shocked after the sexist car salesman suggests she comes back with her boyfriend before she buys anything

  • Wife accused a car salesman of sexism after asking for a vehicle
  • She said she wanted to treat herself by making a purchase at the very first car
  • The buyer visited a dealer company where the seller made an overbearing comment
  • He suggested that she go to the store with her boyfriend for guidance

A woman accuses a car salesman of sexism after proposing to go back to the store with her boyfriend for advice on buying a brand new vehicle.

The New Zealand woman said she wanted to treat herself to a & # 39; no budget & # 39; purchase on her very first car after she had sealed a big deal at work.

Taking to Facebook, the buyer said she was very enthusiastic about her plans to buy a new vehicle at a car dealership until the seller made an overbearing comment.

A woman accuses a car salesman of sexism after he has suggested that she and her friend go to the store for guidance in buying a brand new vehicle (stock image)

A woman accuses a car salesman of sexism after he has suggested that she and her friend go to the store for guidance in buying a brand new vehicle (stock image)

& # 39; The first thing he asked me was what my budget was, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I confidently told him that I have no budget and his answer was: "Mam, you think you can come back again and take your partner". & # 39;

Feeling lost for words, she said she was scanty to hear his remark.

& # 39; I was in shock and he immediately brought me back to earth. I just turned around and walked away without knowing what to say, & she said.

She turned to social media for advice and said the man's comment prevented her from returning to a car dealership.

& # 39; I will not let this go, but I am not sure what is the best thing to do, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I feel very discouraged. & # 39;

Social media users were furious about the exchange, and many people encouraged her to report his behavior to his company.

Others said they wanted to prove the car salesman wrong by showing them & # 39; all the data about how women buy everything & # 39 ;.

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) femail (t) new zealand