I had no intentions of buying a car, but fell for the gimmick of following up on possibly winning $1,000. Instead, I spent almost 7hrs. listening to convincing sales pitches about how I really could afford a Jeep Compass and they will give me $8,000 to pay off credit card debt and my other car. Stupidly, I signed papers and it is now considered "used". The owner would NOT take the car back, stating it was a good deal, so I registered it and bought new plates. I did not have any info with me, because I had no intentions of buying a car. I'm just trustworthy and naive thinking they were doing me a favor. Almost the whole time, I said I could not afford this and went back the next day, but paper work was sent in and neither the owner or salesman would take it back. Now I'm stuck with a car I would not have chosen at a 7.7% interest and payment of $650 a month. A Jeep Compass 2019 is not even listed as a good, safe car by consumer reports.I had no intentions of buying a car, but fell for the gimmick of following up on possibly winning $1,000. Instead, I spent almost 7hrs. listening to convincing sales pitches about how I really could afford a Jeep Compass and they will give me $8,000 t
You are not going to recover anything from your retirement account; it is unlikely you are going to be able to return the now-used Jeep.
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