Can i build a case against this car dealership? and if i do, how much power do i have in this situation, can money be retrieved? I Financed a 2013 dodge ram HEMI 5.7 Liter in January 2014 and earlier this month i came to find out after inspecting my truck that it was equipped with a 4.7L engine and the sales person gave me wrong information to trick me into buying it, I couldn't find it on the papers saying its a 4.7 or 5.7 but i decoded the VIN number and it revealed that its indeed a 4.7. I am not saying they sold it as a 5.7Liter engine, I'm just making clear they false advertised and tricked me into thinking it had a HEMI motor. The Car Dealership stuck on a logo for false advertising to get me into buying it. The HEMI motor is known to be a very strong motor and i honestly was sold when i heard about, i currently pay each month for this financed truck and i am not happy with the fact that its 4.7 liter. I forgot to mention that on the truck till today it has a HEMI 5.7L chrome logo placed on the truck since I bought it from them. I also have video and sound proof of the same sales person that sold me that truck saying its a HEMI Engine 5.7. is this considered a violation of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act?
Can I sue a company for not giving me a full refund?
I ordered something off Mod Chips Central and at the time I placed my order they said it was in stock. I ordered and waited a week then contacted them since my order hadn't been shipped yet.
They informed me that the item wasn't in stock but would be by the end of the week. They updated their site to say a cable was on backorder ( I ordered a kit and the cable was one piece of the kit).
I waited again and contacted them again. They claimed now that the main part, which they said was in stock (in their previous email), was now missing but should be there by the end of the week. once again they updated the one page to say the object is not in stock.
When I asked for a full refund they insisted I'd be charged 25% for "using a visa card to pay" for the items. I insisted I wanted no part of that fee since this is their mess, not mine, but the insist the fee remains.
They claim their site warned me before I ordered but it didn't and if you look at their site now, it actually claims the very item is IN stock.
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