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I have a receipt, the was no "non-redundable" agreement, the car had damage the seller failed to inform me on
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It was a used vehicle from a private individual. We had settled on a price, I gave the seller a $300 deposit, (we never spoke of it being non-refundable) and I was going to purchase the car the following day. However, I decided to get a carfax report on the vehicle, and saw there was major damage i.e: "total loss" "salvaged / severe damaged title". So I then told the seller that the car is not reliable and that I cannot afford to purchase a car in that condition, and requested my deposit back. The seller refused and told me to "grow up," and no longer will respond to my emails or calls.
I was trying to avoid court fees, but if I have to I will
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