Arizona Tractor Sales Jack does not honor internet pricing Chandler Arizona!!. I was close to buying a tractor from Jack, but he must have took me for a chump b/c he attempted to charge me more than the listed internet price on his website. I was willing to pay his internet price. When I confronted him over the phone that I had seen the lower price on his website, he acted mad at his computer programmer and told me it was a mistake and that he had more money into it since the erroneous internet posting. We were only $250 apart, but he would not honor his own internet price. (I hope he didn’t put more money into the paint-job b/c it looked like he painted the tractor with a rattle can like lipstick on a pig. It would have been a do-over on my part.) I suggest staying away from this bait and switch master. Looks like his tractors dominating Craigslist are the cheapest around b/c he doesn’t actually have most of them in inventory. Jack claims to have 6 different lots where he keeps all these tractors, but had me go to his personal residence? There are no addresses listed to any of his “locations” where he claims to sell 100 tractors per month by himself. It appears he’ll just find out what you’re looking for and try to find one for you, or better yet, switch you to a similar tractor that he actually does have in inventory (at his house). This is the first time I’ve ever written a negative review on someone b/c I still can’t believe this guy wouldn’t honor his own price, and over only $250. I’m trying to find a real compact tractor in Arizona and half of what I come across are his fake tractors with admittedly fake prices! Jack showed his true colors, and I wouldn’t buy a can of soda pop from this guy. Check this out, this memo flashes across the top of his website… Notice! All Tractors are subject to a $700 increase, which may not be reflected in the posted prices.
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