My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Colorado
About a month ago I took my Jeep in to a local Jeep authorized service center for a regular checkup, lube, oil, filter. When I went to pick up the Jeep they told me to go to the billing desk, when I got there the cashier handed me my keys & receipt which had a zero balance. My Jeep is almost new and so I assumed it was covered under warranty and didn't think anything more of it.
Today, the dealership's service center called me and said that they were awaiting payment for the services, I told them I had the receipt and sent them a copy.
They informed me that the receipt I sent them had the wrong VIN # on it and that they had filled out a new invoice with a balance due of >$200.
I verified that the invoice does have the incorrect VIN #, however it does have my correct name, address, & phone #.
I am curious as to the legal ramifications of this situation, am I bound to pay the new invoice?
Thanks in advance.