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Went to a local dealership to purchase a car. Traded in my

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Went to a local dealership to purchase a car. Traded in my car for a new car. I was told the dealership would payoff the loan from the car I traded in. The financial income was based upon a current job; however I started another job a few days later making approximately six thousand dollars more annually. The bank financing the new car asked me to send the letter with the job offer from my new job. I e-mailed it and received a call stating that it was received. Today I received a call from the dealership stating I could bring in the payoff from the traded car or bring back the new car TODAY. When I called the bank that financed my old car I was told that they never received a payoff for the car and they have me a month and a half behind in my payments. Is there no recourse for me?!
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Alex J. Esq. replied 2 months ago.

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