One additional concern: the credit application was filled in by hand by the sales man and he only asked me for one personal reference. When I signed the credit application it only had one personal reference. Later on he filled in the second one without my consent and he just let me know once he has done it, that was the actual trigger for me to cancel the payment. My concern is that the whole credit application is written by him (with errors) and then signed by me. So I wonder if they can claim that the application was never forged? since the writing is always of the sales man and there is no way to tell what was introduced before and what was introduced after I signed it?
Since they have already agreed to cancel the contract, should I just avoid mention any of these facts and avoid conflict? Or how should I address the notice of cancellation of contract?
Here is a letter I have crafted can you please review and advice?
May 30, 2013
Dick Poe Dodge, LP
El Paso, TX 79925
OBJECT: NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT
Notice is hereby given that we are cancelling our contract dated 05/21/2013 for the sale and financing of a new 2013 Ram 1500 R/T Regular Cab, Serial No. 3C6JR6CT8DG535587, for the following reason:
On 05/23/2013, we both agreed to cancel the contract in the following respect:
I never took delivery of the vehicle or the financing.
You have chosen to withdraw your offer, cancel and void the sales and financing contract and continue to sell the vehicle to the public.
Since there was no vehicle or finance delivery, you have agreed to return my full down payment check #3062 for the amount of $10,000.00 dollars.
Francisco Adolfo Zapata Gonzalez
Research Assistant Professor, PhD
Research Institute for Manufacturing & Engineering Systems,
University of Texas at El Paso
500 W. University Ave., Engineering Building Rm. E-201D, El Paso, TX 79968[email protected]
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