Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Beware of Misleading Addendum Labels!

What’s a “Misleading Addendum Label”? These are labels added by car dealers usually very near the Factory Installed Price label that shows the Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (M.S.R.P.). If the label looks like a Factory Label with a picture of a gas pump, for example, it can be used to mislead. We have never done that at Fitzgerald Auto Malls, because we believe consumers need to be able to shop and compare honestly, using the “PTA” whole deal shopping form for example, in order to get the best deal.

Have you ever encountered a misleading addendum label? Tell us about your experience?
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