Don’t Let Unethical Car Dealers Suck You Dry! Our FREE “Deal or No-Deal” Analysis Can Protect You From Being A Victim.
More local dealers are turning to deceptive pricing scams to recoup losses from the bad economy, warns Tracy Myers, auto industry advocate and owner of Frank Myers Auto Maxx in Winston-Salem.
One such popular scam seeks to lure buyers in with unusually low prices. Once the buyer is sold on the vehicle, the dealer then attempts to pack the loan with aftermarket products to recoup the front-end loss.
To assist Triad area consumers in avoiding car scams, Frank Myers Auto is offering a free community service this month in which a Team Member will personally review the details of any car ad or proposed deal to help buyers decipher it and understand the fine print.
This service is for educational purposes only and consumers are not required to buy from Frank Myers Auto to receive free help.
“We’re offering this service as a way to give back to the community and truly help people avoid getting ripped off. We’ll tell you ‘deal or no deal’ so you can be confident that you’re making the right decision with zero pressure on our part”, says Myers.
If you’re one of the lucky first fifty that fills out the easy, no-obligation form below and come in to get your free Deal or No Deal analysis before the end of this month, you’ll be entered to win an amazing one hundred dollar Wal-Mart shopping spree PLUS you’ll get the free report titled Common Scams To Avoid When Buying A Car.
“The First 50 People To Sign Up Below Gets An Opportunity To Win A $100 Wal-Mart Shopping Spree!”