Confirmed in email that an F150 was available. The next morning Tammy called to assure me that the truck was there and I confirmed that I would be there around 11:00 to see it. There were also a couple of others on the website that I was interested in if this one didn't pan out. It wasn't there. "It must be out on a demo drive", they said. Then they decided that it had been sold yesterday. How about the others? Blank stares was all I got. They said that if I could give them a few minutes they could find what I was looking for, so I gave them another shot. They found one, in Kennesaw, GA. Now they wanted my credit information and they'd work up a price. No, you work up a price, then I'll give you my credit information. The printout for this truck they had found was from AutoTrader, with the top portion torn off. We could still see the dealer's name that had the truck though. While they went back behind closed doors to work up a price, my son looked it up on his iPhone. They came back and quoted me $2400 more than the price that it was listed for by the other dealer not to mention $3,200+ more than the truck I came up there to see. Also, while we were there, my son looked on Maloy's web and counted 29 used F-150's. They actually had 8 on the lot. A classic example of bait-and-switch. A 110 mile trip and a whole Saturday morning wasted.