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What can you do if the dealer advertises the same car for 1000 less on their website than what you paid?


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2005-11-27 16:06:10
2005-11-27 16:06:10

A little more research next time and a better deal. You made a deal, signed the papers, and took possession of the car. Your stuck with the deal you made, not one he is advertising.


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