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I'm moving 1200 miles away to go to school and I decided that I would rather ship my car than drive it.
Recently I received an e-mail quote from an
auto transport company and because of the
relatively low quote, I filled out an order
form and made my plane reservations. When the
auto transport company called to have me put down a deposit, they quoted me nearly three
hundred dollars more. I had them look up my e-mail address and they explained that my quote was a mistake. I talked to two different supervisors but they wouldn't make amends. I am a student and can't afford to pay that much more. Even worse my plane tickets are non-refundable. Is there anything I can do?

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