I was trolling some other chevy sites outside of my market last night and happened upon this site using something I hadn't seen before. It's called Nabthat. Basically its its an info grabber with the promise of Super Secret Pricing of some sort. But after everything was said and done the final email I got from the dealer not only was automated but apparently, is pulling its info from somewhere else because the price difference was $2,000 I started thinking to myself "Who should be responsible for a dealers tech stack?" I did my best to remove any identifying info but if I missed something I apologize. My goal is not to point make an example but rather a point as to why the more things you add the more you are setting yourself up for failure. * This is what I saw on the dealers site. After filling out the info i got an email that wanted me to click a button to go to another webpage (Which is horrible user experience by the way) which presents me with this certificate. No more than 3 minutes later I get an automated email from the dealer with this quote which is using a different service. I can only assume that things like this make us all look like we have no idea whats going on.