Letter with prizes! UPDATE
December 3, 2018
UPDATE After I posted my review, I got a message from PJ, the Internet Director. We exchanged a couple messages and he was very nice and understanding. After looking into this more, I can confidently say that the dealership is at no fault here. Unfortunately, the ad is a bit misleading but that is 100% the advertising company fault. While the ad is there to get you in the door, there are prizes that can be one and the process is legitimate. I just wanted to thank PJ for his excellent customer service, response time and quality information. In my opinion he handled everything perfectly. Like it says below I have not been to this dealership before, but you can bet I will be recommended them to anyone looking for a new vehicle. I'm not really into reviewing companies because often times businesses are trying to do the right thing and circumstances come up. With that being said I felt compelled to write this. I recieved a letter from Right Honda advertising their National Tax Time sale on one side and a contest type thing on the other. I just purchased a car a few months ago so I was only interested in the potential prizes. The letter gives off the impression that if you match the numbers from the pin code they give you with the numbers you can 'reveal', you can win great prizes(The top being $30,000). This is just a ruse and I'll tell you why. The website you must go to and enter in your pin, VerifyAndGo, is connected to the company DealerApps, which upon a little digging appears to be completely fake. (I am a software engineer by the way). I also did a quick search and not only were my suspiscions confirmed but when I entered my pin on the VerifyAndGo site, it gave me the exact error I read I would get. All this is, is a way for dealerships to get customers in their doors. I don't want anyone to get tricked into this and waste their time, gas, etc. I also don't appreciate a business using these slimy tactics to generate business. I have NEVER been to Right Honda, I cannot comment on their employees or the quality of the dealership, but if they agreed to the above mentioned 'advertising tactics' it makes me wonder what else they would be willing to do.