I picked out a truck at dealership, went to work, I was called by dealer they told me they sold the truck did I want another one, told them no thank you, they called a couple weeks later and said truck was returned did I want to go thru the deal I asked was it the truck I picked out that I have the sales order for they said yes, so i said yes. I traded in my Cadillac for a down payment/money, I have put more then $70,000 into this truck and I feel I deserve to have the title back. The way I found out I had something different was at a scale the truck was almost confiscated because my paperwork did not match, that is when It came to light he lied about the truck I have that was identical to the one I researched and agreed on. My paperwork was according to the sales order/agreed truck.Help
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Based upon your post, there is more information needed. Not sure if you purchased a new vehicle, what is wrong with the vehicle, and ultimately, what you are claiming. Gather your paperwork and meet with an attorney in your area. Best of luck.
This is a Fraud and or contracts case and I will re-classify. When was the truck purchased? What was the price of the truck? New? Used? Warranty? You put 70 k into what? Repairs? Payments? In order to provide specific advice specifics must be provided. If you feel you have been cheated you should contact a litigation attorney.
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As noted, your post is not super easy to follow. I surmise you tried to purchase a truck for your business and they sold it out from under you. They called and tried to sell you a different one and you declined. They called and said someone returned the first one and you agreed to purchase that first one based on their lie. If proveable, this is fraud. You've also claimed that this one is essentially a lemon, costing you over 70K in repairs? If so, you may have a decent case based solely on this lemon claim. Depending on what kind of truck it is and what warranty you received, you may have lemon law rights, even for a small business and of course, you may not. If you do not, you may still have legal rights. You will want to send your entire story timeline to a qualified lemon law/auto fraud attorney who handles business matters with all relevant documents, for review. Once reviewed, you will know more about what your rights are going forward.
I would suggest that you go to the "find a lawyer" tab and look for a business lawyer or contract lawyer in your community. I hope that with the help of a good lawyer, you can successfully resolve your legal issue.
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