Bought the car dealer said they would send a list but now refuses to send a list to me.
You have a right to know what you are paying for, but why did you not ask that question before you bought the car? Send them a registered letter expressing your concerns. If you think you have been swindled take all your documents to a local consumer attorney.
All of that should have been listed in the invoice the dealership should have given you at the time of purchase. Most lenders will not make a loan without that information. If is not in the papers you already have, do as Mr. Gillespie suggests and send a certified letter to the dealership requesting the information. If the dealership still refuses to provide this information, and if there is some reason beyond mere curiosity that prompts your request, retain an attorney who can give you specific legal advice based on the particular facts and circumstances of your case. Use the "Find a Lawyer" link at the top of this web page to help select such an attorney.
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