No, but it might have felt good to say that I was.
Let’s put it this way: if you genuinely believe that the salesperson will be hurt in any way by this (financially or otherwise), and you’re not primarily furious with CarMax–you know, the people who pay him and on whose behalf he was acting when he greeted a dude with a Lambo and selfie stick-mounted camera with a smile–then you have some amazingly pro-corporate proclivities.
I mean, the one guy who knows his job best–i.e., the one whose job it is–clearly thought it was a good call to let himself be filmed being a friendly, helpful CarMax employee, even though he probably wasn’t going to earn a commission right then and there. Maybe you’re that much smarter than him, but if you’re right and he’s going to suffer for trying to be a good representative for CarMax, I don’t know why you’re letting CarMax off the hook.
Although if this is correct–
–there’s nothing to forgive because the whole thing is being deliberately orchestrated. And even then you ought to be pissed at least as much at CarMax corporate for tricking you as at the YouTuber whose channel they tricked you on.