I purchased a used 2015 truck just over a week ago. Now the bank has decided not to fund the deal. The dealer is threatening to report the truck stolen.
They can consider it whatever they like.
You should carefully review the terms of your agreement, as this could be the lead-in to a classic yo yo deal.
You want to be sure that you dont misinterpret your agreement though, as that could potentially be serious.
This could be a yo-you scam (google it) on one side. legitimate SNAFU in the middle, and shennagans on yours on the other side and there is no way to tell the difference in an internet blurb. You need to retain a lawyer ASAP to address this issue BEFORE it spins out of control and you end up making more bad deals to get out of the first.
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