I purchased a vehicle Sunday and then my finicial status changed leading to less hours at work so I won’t be able to afford the car as I previously thought .i emailed that night and got no answer however I called Monday morning to explain the situation and now they’re trying to force the car on me . I did not drive the car off the lot nor do I have any of the paperwork
MA doesn't have any "cooldown" period or right to cancel a consumer contract. Once you signed it, you were obligated to pay, regardless of whether you took delivery or not. The change in your financial situation doesn't affect your rights here. You can declare bankruptcy (if you qualify), surrender the vehicle to a lender (which will also tank your credit), or negotiate a cancellation with the dealer. The dealer is under no legal obligation to work with you and can sue you if you won't pay.
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