My husband went to purchase a vehicle. He got approved for a car loan. We paid our downpayment for a cost that showed 11K and the loan ended up being 14K even with a 4K deposit. They stated because his credit was bad we had to pay extra for loan which made no sense to me. We got the insurance and drove off the lot. The dealer then called couple after days stating we needed to drive back 1.5 hrs for them to install a gps. We asked why wasn't that done before drove off and we cannot break our work schedules. The bank rudely called and threatened us that they won't fund the deal unless the gps is installed and we won't get our money back. We signed all paper works based on loan approval and drove with temporary plates. After consistently calling us we went down Sunday only to find out that the guy who completed the transaction was on vacation so no installation.So we told them we are not coming back. The dealer finally decided to send someone to install the stupid gps. The dealer started calling us again say they cannot verify my husbands job and address even though we gave recent patstubs and bank statement. The ttemp plate expired and now they want to say the deal is off and no refu
Unless you and you husband stop fighting with all these people over a silly automobile gps you are going to see them come repossess the car--and then come after your husband for the difference.
You will need to have a lawyer review this for a potential "yo-yo" scam. The difficulty is that if there are legitimate bad credit or employment verification issues it may be problematic to address and may involve paying legal fees out of pocket.
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