If he continues to avoid you I would suggest having an attorney write a demand letter to him requiring that he immediately return the money or you will begin a lawsuit.
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It sounds like the dealer breached the agreement with you and now is stalling on refunding your money. You can wait and see what happens if you want. You can also talk to a local lemon lawyer and find our for sure what your rights are and get ready to take action too. Depending on the amount of your deposit, you can probably file a claim in your local small claims court too. Look at your deposit receipt and any paperwork the dealer gave you and see what it says about refunding your deposit - that may be important too. Regardless of what it says though, you probably have the right to get your money back. When you get tired of waiting, go to www.USLemonLawyers.com and find a lemon lawyer near you. Florida has several. Then talk to them about what happened to you and get solid advice on your rights. Many states have consumer protection laws that give you the right to recover multiple damages plus attorney fees when a car dealer does things like this to a consumer. Find out for sure what your rights are and then take action. If this answer was helpful, please give a “Vote Up” review below. And please be sure to indicate the best answer to your question so we can all be sure we are being helpful. Thanks for asking and Good Luck. Ron Burdge, www.CarSalesFraud.com
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Be sure to communicate with the dealer via fax or return receipt certified mail. You have a strong case to get your deposit back. For some car buying tips, check out the articles section of my website. http://www.fortheconsumer.com/articles.htm I wish you the best in the future.
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