Bill, it is NOT up to the dealership to get financing. YOUR CREDIT can be such that NO one can get you financed at any DP, or interest rate. READ your contract closely. It likely covers such a thing happening.
A similar scene happened to a friend recently. Yes, the money should be returned b/c without financing, there is no contract. Without the contract, no "deal" has been made.Your car and all monies exchanged should be returned. In his case, the dealership sold his trade in and made more money from it than they gave him for the car. They actually had to pay him more than his car was worth in the first place,which he used for a downpayment on another car. Don't let them trick you into anything. Good Luck
8 point 9 purchase financing mean 8.9% for every dollar you borrow. For example say you want to borrow 1 dollar i say fine but you will have to owe me that dollar plus 8.9% in interest.
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For a $900 dollar 1 time fee you can get this code from your local dealership.
2.9% on every dollar borrow. To make it simple say you want to borrow 1 dollar I tell you ok but have to pay me back that dollar + 2.9% interest which means you me 1.03$
25,000 what? We cannot answer the question, sorry.
The "Holey Dollar" is a coin and you cannot see whoever was on the coin because the centre has been punched out, hence the term "Holey Dollar".
You cannot by a computer for 15 dollars.
Without knowing date and condition, this question cannot be answered
You cannot get a real car that you drive if you are over 16 however you can buy a toy car for a dollar. You can find more about this on the internet.
Depends. Does the product include financing? Does it take a long time to produce? What are the fixed and variable costs per product? What is the strength of competition?
No, large denominations of US bills such as the 1000.00 dollar bill are used for government transactions only and cannot be obtained by the public.