I had no choice, they told me I had to because they were closing their office an I would not get back my money it was 9:30 pm. As I stated I turned in back my rental. I also advised them I would contact the finance company which I did and they cancel the contact based on my complaint. Also the state of florida allows you 72 hours to back out of a contract which I did. I notified the state attorneys office who told me I did the right thing and told me the different entities to contact which I did immediately.
Thank you for your follow-up.Good grief, what an utterly low and despicable type of business entity this was, I am genuinely sorry you went through that. Please understand that I was not attempting to judge at all, simply trying to figure out if you had any other option but to sign.Their comment to you about it being 'stolen' is complete bunk. Inform them, in writing, that if they do not have a certified check waiting for you, you will file suit against them for breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, and deceptive sales practices ASAP. Also inform them that as the contract is 'void' based on the finance company and it was also reported tto the AG's office of consumer protection, should they refuse to provide you back with your funds, you will then demand that the state investigate them on your behalf. But this is NOT a stolen vehicle situation--as you have a $6,000 contract signed for which you placed a deposit, if you really want to be a bit of a jerk, and you can afford it, send them a check for the remainder, on which you place the words "paid in full" and the description for which vehicle you are you making the payment. Their behavior is not just unacceptable, it is criminal, and I do suggest you also contact the county DA's office for an investigation.Good luck.
can I file the suit via you?
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