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Hello and thank you for the question.
You have the choice here to accept the deal or return the car
You rightly rescinded in writing
They may not change rates on you and demand you accept it
they also may not now revert back to the contract you rescinded
botXXXXX XXXXXne, you have the option of proceeding to return or negotiating terms again to your liking
given their misconduct, they should offer you better rates and price than initially offered
reference the rescission
as rescinded there is no contract
regardless of who rescinded
and as such no obligation to retain the vehicle
You need not say anything else
simply return it
Please let me know if the answer is clear.
You may also lodge and threaten a complaint with the BBB and department of consumer affairs
if you paid them by credit card you may block and contest the charge with the card company too
that is called a chargeback
You are free to do that
I wish you the best
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If I can clarify anything else of course ask me
are you there?
is the answer clear?
I make it that simple
Rescission voids the contract
dealer here made a bad move
and now you are in the driver's seat
if dealer persists, you may need to sue
for your deposit
The answer is not simple
i explain things in a way that makes it very simple
I could use legalese instead
but where there is rescission, buyer has no duty to pay and buyer has right to pursue contract damages where deposit wrongly retained
You are very welcome
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