These guys send out an 8" X 10" gimmick "prize" card in full color that must have cost them a bundle. It clearly states that If your scratch-off number matches one of the prize numbers on the card, you win that prize. We matched the barbecue prize. You would think we'd be barbecuing ribs right now on our new grill...right? NOooooooooo!
You must also match a "verification number," which should mean your ID must match the name on the flyer. What it does mean is you haven't really won the big prize, but a lottery ticket instead. If their business was that great, they wouldn't have to stoop so low to get customers. It makes you wonder what other tricks they have up their sleeves after you buy a car!
Tip for consumers: Buy your next car from a dealership that doesn't play games.
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