We buy any auto attendant who ‘bombards the woman with creepy messages’

Harley was trying to sell her bike to We Buy Any Car but the seller sent her ‘scary messages’ (Image: Facebook/Harley Gambetta)

A We Buy Any Car employee said he would offer a customer a ‘better deal’ if she ‘does it well for him’ and meets him on his day off.

Harley Gambetta, 26, is trying to sell her Citroen C1 to a used car service in West Sussex.

But when she asked for a quote, a ‘strange’ salesman started sending her ‘scary’ messages, Harley said Sun.

The company said the man has now been fired for misconduct after investigating the allegations.

The married man texted Harley from his personal cell phone on November 15 to ask if she would like to meet on his day off.

He appeared to have continued to ask for sexual favors as he wrote: ‘Can you do a better deal if you make it worthwhile for me?’

Staff were nonstop – texted her via WhatsApp, SMS and called her multiple times.

In addition to the calls that Harley knew were from him, she also had a number of calls from a private number. This goes on for about three to four days, she said.

The car seller sent Harley multiple messages and called her several times (Image: Facebook/Harley Gambetta)
Harley said she wants to speak up so other women know what happened (Image: Facebook/Harley Gambetta)

Harley said: ‘I’m just scared to think what might happen if I was naive enough to go back to him and think I’d get a better deal.

‘As a young woman it made me want to warn others about this guy’s behavior because so many horrible things happen these days. ”

We Buy Any Car told The Sun: ‘We do not condone the actions he has taken and these actions are not representative of the rest of our team.

‘We sincerely apologize to Miss Gambetta for her experience.’

Metro.co.uk has also reached out to the company for comment.

It comes after model Charlotte Roffey, 27, went through a similar ordeal when an NHS Tracker and Tracker texted her to ask if he could save her number and if she was married.

The man visited Charlotte’s home in Winchester, Hampshire, to check on her being isolated last summer and then decided to text her.

She said at the time: ‘I think it’s horrifying that he uses his power in a way that is completely inappropriate and that worries me for any other woman in the same position.

‘I was alone and felt uncomfortable that he had access to all my details.’

The Department of Health and Social Care has since opened an investigation.

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