Mr. Pritchett is a 71-year-old man. Mr. Pritchett has a cognitive disorder and schizophrenia. He’s also a diabetic. Mr. Pritchett lives alone. Mr. Pritchett received a flyer in the mail stating he won a prize from a local car dealership, he was advised that he had to come to the dealership to claim his prize. Mr. Pritchett visited the car dealership. Mr. Pritchett said the salesmen were very friendly and told him he could get a vehicle. They asked him what would he be interested in getting. Mr. Pritchett informed the salesperson that he only wants to get his prize. He was told that he qualified for a truck. The salesman showed him a 2016 track. Mr. Pritchett liked the truck but he told the salesman that his credit what’s good enough to qualify but the salesman keep telling him they could get him approved. Mr. Pritchett wasn’t told by the finance offer that his payments were going to be $700 a month. Mr. Pritchett drove away with a $30,000 truck $700 car payment. The salesman falsified his documentation. Based on your medical expertise please write a note to the General Manager explaining how Mr. Pritchett’s medical condition may have played a factor in his decision to purchase this vehicle.