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AutoPriceFinder, found online at, is a website that claims to help people find the biggest discounts available on new vehicles from dealers within your living area.

It is free to use, which says that their service will help you see which dealers are offering discount and clearance pricing, as well as which dealers may offer discounted pricing in the future.

The website also says that its goal is to help their customers with all their needs when researching the best prices on both new and used vehicles. To achieve this goal, they feature informational articles in addition to their search feature.

The articles currently included in their resources section include: Negotiation Tips, Buying vs Leasing, Financing Options, and New Cars vs Used Cars.

In order to use their search feature, you simply fill in the make and model of the desired car you wish to buy, whether or not you want a new or used vehicle, and the zip code where you are searching for a car.

But is open that their job is to give your information to vendors who match the requests. The vendors will then contact you, so you must be prepared to deal with phone calls or emails.

In addition, you will also receive newsletters, account updates, and emails from AutoPriceFinder and their affiliated websites.

If you decide you no longer wish to be contacted by these vendors, you must Unsubscribe from their service by going to their website and clicking the Unsubscribe option, or by choosing that option at the bottom of one their newsletters.

If you have any experience with this service, please leave your reviews below.

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November 1, 2013

I have been getting over a dozen emails from this site for the last few weeks. I keep hitting the unsubscribe link and it keeps telling me I am unsubscribed, but I keep receiving the ad with the links to

The email has all sorts of gibberish text at the bottom to get past spam filters.

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100% spam

July 9, 2013

Got this spam from them:

July 08, 2013 Automotive Update

Hello ...,

Dealers and manufacturers are offering big incentives right now because they need to make room for the 2014 inventory.

We've made it possible for you to view your best local vehicles from one site.

Our 3-step process couldn't be easier, and best of all, it's no cost to you, the consumer. We get paid by the dealerships for listing their vehicles.

Visit us at:

1 Chose vehicle model
2 Select preferences
3 Get free price quote

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Furious, II


March 28, 2013

This company is a SPAMMER that will not stop spamming - they ignore their own unsubscribe form - once you get on their list, you can't get off.

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December 30, 2012

This company continues to send me unwanted spam email and will not stop. I have received over 20 spam email and each time I asked them to STOP SENDING ME SPAM. I never asked them to spam me and I don't want their crap filling my inbox yet they continue to break the law by sending out this spam. Who would do business with a company that breaks the law?

February 05, 2013

Same experience as commenter above: I have unsubscribed at least 8 times but they keep sending me stuff. Anyone know what I can do to stop this?

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