I went to a dealership and found a car I wanted to make payments on. On my drive home the car ended up having too many problems. When the financing company called me to ask if I was satisfied I told them no because of the problems, they then told me that the financing won't fully go through until I'm fully satisfied which is recorded. The dealership owner contacted me saying he would fix them if I brought the car in within the next 2 weeks. I brought the car 2 days later. He told me to come the next day and it would be ready. I told him I was busy until 3 days later and he told me that it was fine just come in to see car Monday. I came Monday and he was missing the key and I couldn't drive the car so I told him I wanted my down payment back and he said no he had to think about it and we got in an argument and kicked me off the property. The next day I called to see if I can get my down payment back and he replied that he was suing me for falsifying how much I made which I based on a promotion I received the day I went to finance the car. He also said he's suing me because my intention was not to actually buy the car which was also false.
Your question has a lot of facts that need to be disseminated. My first suggestion is to get in contact with an experienced attorney who handles auto dealer fraud cases. Second, an attorney would ask to review your sales contract, due bill, warranties applicable, etc. Don't waste your time trying to fight them yourself. Call an attorney. Good luck.
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