The title had a corp. name on it and it came with a letter of transfer of title with some girls name on it. The man who sold it gave me a fake address on the receipt I made him sign. He said the girl was a relative.
Speak with a NJ "lemon law" attorney. But also, based on your post, speak to the cops in town and see if they think there was a criminal fraud.
You have not said why you want your money back. You may want to contact the prior owner to find out more about the car and to find the guy who sold it to you. Either he bought it from her, in which case she should have information on the seller or she is related to him and should know where he is. You can also contact the NJ Dept of Consumer Affairs to see if they can help. You should also contact a consumer lawyer in your area. Try here for some names. www.USLemonLaw.com
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