I went to Koons Chevrolet White Marsh to purchase a car using financing on May 11, 2016. I signed all the paperwork, agreeing to a binding contract. I was about ready to walk out of the dealership with my new car when the salesperson stopped me and had me hand over the keys. He told me that he found out that my Employer is a Temp Staffing company, thus voiding my binding contract that I had signed. I told the salesperson that I signed the paperwork, agreeing to all terms and conditions so I should walk out of here with my car. He demanded me to hand over my keys as he said that Koons does not sell vehicles to employees of staffing companies, even if I am permanently employed by the company. With the contract being voided, my credit have now became damaged with no vehicle to drive out with.
If the information on your contract or application was incorrect then I would support their decision to void the contract. A contract at its core is a meeting of the minds with both parties understanding the information therein.
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Information is missing. Most importantly - did the dealership sign the contract? If only you signed the contract and they did not, they may not yet have been bound to it.
I advise you to meet with a local contracts attorney to determine whether there is a binding contract. That would be the first step.
Best of luck.
Information is missing. It is hard to imagine a dealer turning down selling a car. It is equally hard to imagine a consumer not just walking out and buying elsewhere.
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