A certain local automobile dealership had an ad on the internet for a vehicle at a deeply discounted price. When I went there I saw the vehicle and they told me they would not sell it at that price. Aren't they supossed to honor the ad price?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Unless there was a valid error on the ad, yes they are supposed to honor the ad. It is called bait and switch. If you still have the ad you can call an attorney familar with car fraud, such as my office, and get help.
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