Yes I kept copies of all the papers. The down payment was $3000 and the car was being sold for $30500. They towed the car because I wouldn't give them my payment stubs. I have only owned the car for a week as of today. From what I understand they let me drive off the lot without being qualified for a loan from a bank. So I have been driving around in a car I haven't been qualified for yet. I don't know why any dealership would let me do that. I have bought cars before and NONE of them let me drive away without being qualified.
Thank you. I actually have to get to work right now. Ill send them tomorrow. Did you need everything? Or were you looking for certain ones?
Ok i scanned all the papers, where do i send them? Do i just send them XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX?
The way i see it (tell me if Im wrong) I should have no problem getting my down payment back. They let me leave with a car i wasnt qualified for. Since i didnt qualify they should get the car and i should get my down payment.
They towed my car yesterday. I have only had it for 7 days and havent had a payment. Which means i havent defaulted on anything. Did they have a right to tow it? I think since they towed it, it was the best thing for me. They took my car without cause saying i didnt qualify for it and wont give me my down payment back. Thanks for all your help.
Since ive never written this kind of letter before how would you suggest I write it out? What would be a good time frame to give them to return the money. I need that down payment so I can get a vehicle to work and back.
I will give you an excellent rating after all my questions have been answered. You have been very helpful. But it says if I submit my rating now that it ends our session.
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