Consumer Protection Law
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Hello and thank you for the question.
There is no basis for their action
They cannot cross collateralize or add collateral where you never so consented in writing
they have the vehicle back and that is the end of it.
You may call management to complain initially
You may threaten and then complain to the BBB and department of consumer affairs
It can help having a consumer protection lawyer locally place such calls too
for added leverage
for which martindale.com, is a good resource!
You may finally consider a civil lawsuit in your county
but that is a last resort to consider after the preceding options, on theory of breach of contract
Please let me know if that is clear and acceptable.
How about the auto dealer investigator? Should I call them? I never agreed to this and they say I must give them $3000.
But the main people to speak with are management
and then the BBB and dept of consumer affairs
finally, consumer lawyer and civil court clerk for filing
in that order.
wishing you the best of luck
the more they delay, the more options you have and stronger record to take to court and the agencies
so be sure to keep records
so you can show the communications
especially e-mails with them
Is the answer clear and acceptable?
Thank you. I've already spoke to the management. They told me $3000. to get my car back. I will call consumer affairs tomorrow. Do u have a local number for them?
Yes, one moment
Provided a link
has contact info and phone number for you
Take good care
Have a nice weekend
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