Munday Chevrolet Complaint - Misleading Ads
HOUSTON, TEXAS -- Found a car online Audi a4 2009. Price was listed $10,995. Check blue book avg. trade in was $27,000 or so. I called the company and spoke with the sales rep, I asked about the car wanted to know why it was so cheap. He said they got a good deal on it, i said must have been one hell of a deal. I made appointment to come the next day. My wife works near there so she went that mourning and test drove it. She also ask why it was so cheap, same answer. We never said $10995 but a monkey with a hand full of banana's would had checked the price at that time. She asked to bring it to me so I could look at it, knew there had to be something wrong with it. All agreed left our insurance info etc. Looked on the Internet a few hours later and walla $29,995. Tried calling left messages no return call. Find email next morning on my address, Quote: pricing error on the Audi. The price is $29,995. If your interested let us know.
Short, blunt, no I'm sorry there seams to have been an error on our part, just a cheesy email. We also printed out there site ad along with the yahoo add that prices the car at $10.995. We new something had to be wrong and was waiting on the bomb to drop, but still hoping we were that lucky ( yea right) but the email to notify us was what baked me.