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If you have something saying you have paid for the car and you have the car and title, he can't come back and ask for more money. If you have no proof that you paid full price, but you did, you may have to let him sue you or you sue him. Talking to a lawyer may help if the dealer doesn't leave you alone.

2015-07-16 19:17:03
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