Does anyone know how to get the price that the car is advertised for? A car was on 3 different sites for one price and than they refused to sell the car at that price.

Asked by Jan 20, 2012 at 11:14 PM about the 2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty XL Crew Cab

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

A car was priced on several different sites at one price. But they would not sell it at that price.  I have called my state motor vehicle commission and left messages, but can't seem to get anyone to return my call.  Anyone know of anymore options?

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Dude, that's false advertising and should report him to the site putting up the ads.

not one damn thing you can do about it.calling the state motor vehicle com,you just wasting your time,they here what you got to say or part of it,DELITE MESSAGE.

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Thanks. It would do any good report site because there is a clause in your terms of agreement stating that the site is not responsible for any pricing mistakes. They just print what the dealership give them. As for the motor vehicle commission, there probly just another state agency that wont do their jobs

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