This happen to me; I went to the car salesman that sold me the car and demaned to talk to the car dealership owner. they told me it would not do any good to talk to him , I told them that they did not own the car but that he did after all it was his car lot, then I said w/ an slightly raised voice " YOU DO NOT LET SOME TAKE A CAR(truck in my case) AND TAKE IT HOME FOR A WEEK OR TWO THEN TELL THEM GIVE IT BACK> and if that was the way they did buisness I would never buy from them again and I would make sure that there comp. in the area heard about ,laso I woult make sure that a letter to the local paper would be on it way, and the talk radio in town would hear of it! they said to take the truck home and they would see what they could do for me. The next day early I think it was about 8:45 am I got a call and guess what they said that the owner of the car lot was going to buy it for me and I would make my payments the same as what was set up in the first place, and that they was sorry for the upset. then I got a dinner for two at Red Lobster in the mail from you guessed it The Owner/also got a b-day card from him that year! Something similar happended to me, at a used car lot in Queens, NY. They sold me a 150 point-check certified Honda, but a month a a half later the car died on me. I took it back and they said they could not take it because I already purchased it, AND that I would have to contact the warranty company. A month and a half later, the manager called me and stated the loan was not approved because I owed $135,000 in state taxes (which was actually $1,350.00, state made a mistake). I told him I was soorry and left him the keys ( I am glad to have gotten rid of that lemon) and since I put no money down, I drove it for free!!!! I now buy new cars! I bought a brand new Acura on a lease and a week later, the sales lady called me and told me that i have to return the vehicle. Appearantly she sold me the car on a loan that was never approved. I brought the vehicle back and she told me that i can get that car financed but not leased. she said i signed the paper work and i cannot leave without buying that car or another car on their lot. It was not obvious at first, but she needed to meet her monthly sales quoto so she lied to me and tried to force me to buy another car from her. Luckily I just walked out of the dealership and didn't look back. I got the full down payment back too. so if the mistake was made by a greedy dealer who sold you a vehicle without pre-approval from the bank, then you can send the car back and get any down payment money.
i would believe so because you wouldn't be aware of any problems
I had the exact thing happen to me with a KIA dealership here in FL. I'm still not convinced that it's legal but they lost in the deal. I had a new van to use for 2 weeks (which I ran to Georgia twice)and than when they got it back we had the hail storm. I like to think they got theirs.
1989, Southeast Bank bought First Federal of Jax. Southeast was later bought out by another bank
No, Ed McVaney was one of the founders of J.D. Edwards which was later bought by PeopleSoft which was later bought by Oracle.Java was created by James Gosling of Sun Microsystems (along with other Sun engineers). Sun was later bought by Oracle so there is a small connection.
If you mean can the dealership take your car, if you don't make your payments. Yes. Usually the finance company will take your car, because the dealership has already passed your account to the finance company. If you have made a deal for a car that the dealership later discovers you don't meet the financial criteria, they will take your car back and offer you a lesser model for deal that suits your budget better.
No because you applied for the loan with YOUR credit. For whatever reason (you have the right to find out why) the dealership decided you were too big of a risk to be granted the loan you requested. The purpose of the cosigner is that in case you mess up your cosigner will be responsible for the loan.
How did you get away from the dealership without it (ins. coverage)? If ya take it back, its a repo. Call the lender and ask them. Good Luck
You own it and its problems
1999. Then later was bought from luxottica group
Nope, they should have applied for a lost title prior to the sale. And you never ever buy a vehicle without first doing a title check and leaving with the title and bill of sale.
He once worked in the Texas oil fields and later bought a ranch in Forreston, Texas where he was later buried.
While all first ladies have someone to help them look their best for state dinners or important media appearances, there is considerable evidence that Michelle Obama enjoys doing some of her own shopping, as is demonstrated by her trip to Target (reported by the media later on) and the fact that she has bought clothing in other department stores too. It would probably be accurate to say that some of her clothes are bought for her, but she still has to approve them.
No. It was puchased much later (in 1867) from the Russians.
It was also the Continental Safari and in later years became the Nissan Car Dealership.
Not that I know of I bought my 1st one online then it broke a few years later and I bought another one at wallmart
I honestly think that if you knew that your daughter was pregnant by and older guy and you didn't do anything when you first found out.. there will be no need to tell months later..!
He only created Microsoft, but later bought more companies.
Rocketsnail. But later on Disney bought it. That's when it got some haters.
His mother taught him how to play banjo then later bought him a guitar.
A Notice of Adjournment of Hearing is a notice that informs the receiver that the hearing has been postponed either to a later or undetermined date. These are often given after one party or the other requests a postponement.
He started a new company called NeXT Computer, which was later bought by Apple. He also bought Pixar from George Lucas.
WWF DID NOT JOIN WCW, WWF BOUGHT OUT WCW AND LATER BECAME WWE!