Okay...I'm greedy. I just bought a vehicle this weekend for $13,995 that had a $500 rebate included. (Selling price $14,500 and $13,995) after rebate. I receive call from sales manager of said dealership today. He wants me to re-sign a sales form because of a rebate error on their part. Manager states that this new sales slip will not alter payments or selling price at all. However, he continues to say that there was a $2000 rebate that was supposed to go to the customer when the car was purchased. He wanted me to sign the sales form raising the "price" of the vehicle to $16,500 (of course minus the 2,000 rebate and 500 rebate bringing it back down to $13,995) He continues to state that the price of the car is not going up, but the dealership needs to adjust the vehicle list price do to a misconstrued rebate. (The dealership initially thought that they were getting the $2,000 rebate for them, thus equaling the same price of $16,500. Pretty much the dealer thought that the rebate was supposed to go to them, and it turns out that it is supposed to go to me (the consumer). I told the manager I will not sign the form until I think about it more. My thoughts are that because they sold the vehicle to me for $14,500 minus $500 rebate (no $2,000 rebate ever mentioned), I am still entitled to that $2,000 back to the customer. What does OT think? Can I get my $2,000??? No cliffs! Sorry!