it depends on the dealership.
Leons bought The Brick a few days ago.
If the DVDs are unopened and have not been taken out of the original package and you have the reciept you should be able to return them. But you may only get a store credit.
The Maplin return policy is low rated due to the fact that it must be returned within twenty eight days. If it is beyond that, they won't accept it even if it is faulty.
No. There is no "buyers remorse" law for vehicles. If you change your mind 1 minute after driving off the lot, the car is still yours.
Some states have the "Lemon Law" where the consumer can return a car no questions asked as long as it's within three (3) days. After those days have passed, you will need to consult professional legal advice as to what recourse, if any, you may have.
As long as you're at the SAME dealership, yes.Answer:It would depend on the details of your purchase agreement and local legislation.
No the dealership is under no obligation to allow a consumer to return the car. Once the contract is signed the car has a new owner and belongs to the buyer.
I bought a bag only a few days ago and it is 100% FAKE. Dont bother with them.
when i bought it a couple of days ago it was 10 bucks
yes, i just bought it a few days ago!
Well, I know I bought my daughters and my sons seperately, and they were about $100 or so a piece. But, I bought them about 6 months ago. Well, I know I bought my daughters and my sons seperately, and they were about $100 or so a piece. But, I bought them about 6 months ago.
depends: if you mean complete return then it really depends on the network you bought it with: o2 yes (but no refund of airtime credit because that can be used up) otherwise no. If it is faulty you should be able to return if bought less than 28 days ago either for a refund (not airtime credit) or a faulty exchange.
yeah you can return it saying it was given as a damaged one and ask for replacement of new one.
You might be able to return it within 30 days. I think other carriers have this plan. Apple also announced that they are dropping the price on the 3gs so you might want to ask them to drop your price too.
I bought some from albertsons a few days ago
The car you bought was a new car but the car you are returning is a used car. It has lost quite allot of value in the 2 days you owned. Legally you cannot return the car but the selling dealer may agree considering you are buying a higher priced version of the same car. You are basically trading in your used 2 day old car on a new car. This will cost you dearly.
No. Unfortunately, once you sign the papers, you are bound to the car. There is no 3 day rule for buyers remorse. If you drive off the lot and it breaks into 2 peices, then you own both peices. At least that is the law in Washington State.
Yes you can if you really want to or bring it to court.
take it back
depends on the state your in and if they sold it on their lot or off premises. Mostly if you signed the contract you own that vehicle so i would definitely talk to the dealer and see if you can work out anything. Only some dealers give you that choice but it is a company policy not the law
I smoked crack cocaine 14 days ago will I pass my drug test tomorrow
I froze a Prime Rib that I bought 3 days ago and froze it in a tupperware container. Will it be fine to cook?
No, Buyers Remorse or Cooling Off Period Laws do not apply to the purchase of a new or used car in any state. You cannot return any car because you changed your mind. You bought it and you own it.