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Is it legal for a car dealership to give a buyer a car then a week later ask for the car back because it could not get approved?


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2004-09-12 08:18:55
2004-09-12 08:18:55

It depends on what the documents said when you took the car. Many dealers will do this. They let you take the car, so you become emotionally attached to it. Then they work on the financing. They probably had you sign a document that says the deal is subject to financial approval. If they didn't, you should be able to keep the car. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at


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