do you regulate sellers misleading prices?


Asked by Jun 18, 2015 at 09:12 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

We were ready to purchase a vehicle listed as a great buy on your website only to have the seller tack on an additional  1500.00 dollars in bogus fees above and beyond tag' title and tax. The great deal quickly became a  bad deal. Is there no accountability? Beware  OPEN ROAD MAZDA east Brunswick NJ.

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This is a public forumn,you can click the orange(?) at bottom right of your screen and send the message to the bigguru,he want see it here.


All so click the add page to your question.


Leave the dealer and leave an accurate review of your exeriance on google reviews about the dealer. Contact another dealer who is willing to make a deal. Good luck

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Thank you michael. I will do that . A used vehicle with a purchase price of $14000.00 should not have a purchase order of over $17000.00 dollars

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Unfortunatly people who are not car purchase savvy, overpay on a daily baisis.


The dealer underbids the trade in then overprices the car with just a simple clean up or detail. Then tries to finance you at the highest rate they can with all kinds of dealer fees plus they undervalue your trade and the process starts all over. Some dealers are just more greedy than others, sometimes it can even be the salesman him or herself trying to get more commision.

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