I needed to get a work-car painted in order to sell it, so naturally I
looked up my nearest MAACO dealer. I found a MAACO shop just a few miles
from my house.
While I was at it, I looked up "MAACO Coupon" on Google and, sure enough,
there exists one for 10% off the paint part of the project.
I printed the coupon and took it with me to MAACO.
"It's not our coupon," said the shop manager. That "Bradsdeals" web-site
dummies up this thing, for what reason we do not know.We have some reports
Bradsdeals charges about $80/year to host a (fake?) coupon, but this coupon
is definitely not sanctioned by MAACO."
Drat! Oh well...
In a couple of minutes, the manager returns with a printed estimate of the
agreed-on work. "I went ahead and took 10% off the painting part of the
job - my adjustment for 'customer relations' ".
So, I got the coupon price for an imaginary coupon!
It's all so confusing.