I brought the car at a tent sell and later found out the salesman did not work for the company but was a contracted worker they brought in to sell these cars ....he was pushy and lied about the refinancing options
The salesman does not have to be a full-time employee of the dealership to work as their agent. You cannot sue for being pushy. If he lied about financing and you relied on his lie and were damaged you may have a cause of action for that. Depending on the value of the harm you may want to talk to a consumer attorney or a civil litigation attorney
I agree with Mr. Gillespie, the sales person can be held liable for whatever false or deceptive representations he or she made during the course of the sale if you relied upon these representations and were damaged as a result of the false representations.
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Not for the relationship, but depending on the "lies" you could hold he dealer responsible if they were legally actionable "lies". Not sure what "padding" the price means, but with such issues you would typically need to hire a lawyer at your expense to see what the deal was vs. what you thought it was.
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