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CURT Class III Receiver

I am in the market for a CURT receiver for my 2013 Toyota RAV4. I've been shopping on line where I've found a class III receiver at autoanytghing.com; where it is $25 less than any of the other online discount stores. Is this a reputable outlet? I'm only asking because I've already found a couple of (minor) discrepancies in their description of the item. For one, they describe it as a round tube hitch receiver, but the photo depicts a square tube receiver. Furthermore, the picture depicting how it looks when mounted shows it mounted on what appears to be a Honda.
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Michael-BestCommented:
You will find that all Internet websites / product sellers, sometimes use incorrect English and / or incorrect descriptions on there websites.
The is because the website designers are often non native english speakers.
Sites compete and rely on their reputation to make more sales.

Make sure comments from other purchases are reliable.

Make sure the Return Policy suit your needs.

Read the Return Policy for autoanytghing.com:
http://www.autoanything.com/help/returns#internationalorders

Read the infomationg under: "Safe & Secure Shopping"
http://www.autoanything.com/help/policy#secureshopping

"Is this a reputable outlet?"
Yes.
It is my understanding that this is a reputable outlet.

Regards,
Michael
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