You are attracted by a car that's for sale at a great price, even lower than the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price). You hurry to buy the car, but what they “forget” to tell you is that the price offered already includes the rebate. The rebate you were offered doesn't really exist, because they say it was already subtracted from the final price.
How to avoid:
Check that the contract says rebate is “in addition” to the price advertised.
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