Price Match Guarantee

Price Match Scam: How It Works

(with video below) You are hesitant about the price of a car you like in a dealership. The friendly dealer comes to you and says, “You know what? If you can bring me written proof of a lower price elsewhere in town, I will match the best offer you get. I promise”.

What you don’t know is that the other dealerships aren’t going to play along with this. You won’t be able to get a lower price in writing from an agent.

This is just a shameless trick pulled by some dealers to make you stay in the dealership and make you believe that you won’t get a better deal anywhere else.

Watch the video below to see the Match and beat the price scam described in detail.

Beat The Price Scam Exposed Video

 

Price Match Scam: How To Avoid

Call the bluff. Say no thanks; you’re just not interested in buying from them. They will soon lower the price.

 

Price Match Scam: How To Report

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media. You can also officially report the questionable auto dealerships to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

Report To The FTC Here

 

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Yohana

I bought a new car from a dalherseip 12 days ago. I traded in my old car (for 3800) and gave them a down payment of 2300. I was told that the car would arrive within the next two days. I have been told that my car would be ready two different times only to then be told that it isn’t here yet. I have a loaner car from the dealer but am begining to get worried about if they are going to deliver the car. Does this sound like a scam? What recourse do I have and how long… Read more »

Jeanne57

Yohana, the first thing I would do is contact the Better Business Bureau, and see if they have had complaints about this dealer before. Then the next thing I would do if your car isn’t ready the next time they have promised you, is demand a refund of both the trade-in price they promised you for your old car, and the deposit you made. If they refuse, contact a lawyer. First consultations at most law firms are free.

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