After you've signed papers on the car and the auto finance company rejects you for a loan can you bring the car back and not try to get another finance company to loan you money for the car?
If you've purchased a car signed papers driven car for four weeks can finance company say they changed their mind?
I am not an expert but I did sell cars in California for a while, I saw this happen at least five times in 10 months. Sometimes the auto loan can't be sold by to a finance company after you have taken the car home, the dealer will often spend weeks trying to shop the loan. If no one opts on the loan, the dealership will take the car back.
Once the paperwork has been signed on a new vehicle if it is discovered that the agreed upon sale price was changed from 24600 to 26400 is there any recourse in Texas?
If you have your original copy of the finance papers showing the correct number then yes. Write a letter to the finance company and the dealer providing copies of the documents and if they dont correct it sue them in small claims court. A verbal agreement is hard to prove and if you did not catch the error before signing the papers I dont think much will come out of any attempt you make to…
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