I bought a used car from NY Off Lease on Long Island 11/27/19, on 12/18/19 they called me saying there’s an issue with financing and I need to return the car, I have the contract with all signatures and Santander as the bank my loan is through, so I’m assuming that’s fraud. I also was under the impression they have 10 days from the purchase date, Thanks
I would search for an AVVO attorney who you believe can assist you with this matter. It's hard to answer this type of question without first understanding what the financing agreement says AND the reason the dealership is calling you to get the car back/the problem with the financing. Reach out to an attorney that you find here and see the best way to proceed.
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What you are describing is a violation of the Consumer Leasing Act. Imagine what would happen if you got the car home and decided you had paid too much and wanted them to lower the price of the car? They would tell you "Too bad. You made a deal". that's exactly the situation that you are in except they are the ones trying to renegotiate this.
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