I damaged a rental car while driving in Iceland (under
I damaged a rental car while driving in Iceland (under carriage from a rock). They put $4.500 on my CC card when I was there, but have now received a bill for all the repairs for a total of $9,000. I took their insurance, but any damage to the underside is not covered.I have no way of knowing if these charges are fair. It was a new car and I was the first driver (although it is not the car I originally requested). I do not want to default, but can this be negotiated? I am a 28 yer old single person and this will be a heavy financial burden for me.
My vehicle was damaged by a dealership service department.
My vehicle was damaged by a dealership service department. They refuse to accept blame for damages. I need my car. My thoughts are to stop payment on check after I have vehicle back. Until they negotiate a settlement with me.
10 days ago I visited Mazda dealership near me, because I
10 days ago I visited Mazda dealership near me, because I was looking for the car. I found the car, but the price was too high for me and I tried to negotiate with the sales person, but he couldn't meet my needs. My budget was $10 000. Finally the manager approached me and told me that the lowest what he can offer me is the price of 11000, including tax/plates and registration. I said I will think and left. Next day I called the sales person and told him that I decided to go over my budget and going to buy the car for the price they gave me, giving 5 000 down and 6000 to finance. He told me to apply the credit application and I did, asking for 6K to finance.Same day I came to dealership and signed all papers, not really paying the attention to numbers in the pink papers, assuming that the price is 11000, as the manager promised and 6k to finance. They were very polite and I was really happy that finally I got the car. Today I received my first bill and find out that the price of the car was 14000 and my loan is 9000 instead of 6000 that I requested.I so trusted the folks who sold me the car. Now I can't sleep, knowing that I need to pay 9000 to the bank instead of 6000. Is it possible to fight with them, because they tricked me? I understand that my fault that I signed the papers and didn't check anything in there. I am so disappointed.......please advise.I am in PA
I live in Oregon and I recently got a car. I signed all the
I live in Oregon and I recently got a car. I signed all the paperwork, including a sales agreement, and made part of a down payment, and scheduled the other part. I've been driving it for about a week. Now the dealership is saying that they aren't financing the car, and that I have to bring it back. I was looking over the sales agreement and the salesman didn't actually sign it. But I don't have a way to get to work without a car, and my credit is bad enough I most likely can't get another one elsewhere. Is there anything I can do, or can the dealer actually do that?
I am in negotiations with Lexus because of a 2015 NX200t
Good day. I am in negotiations with Lexus because of a 2015 NX200t that I purchased new in January 2015. They've agreed to repurchase the vehicle as they cannot and have never been able to fix the defect. They are only offering to the loan payoff amount and giving me the remainder which would equal the purchase price. However, they are not willing to pay service fees or the interest I have paid on the vehicle. It's a difference of about $2800. Under Michigan Lemon Law guidelines, am I entitled to interest paid and service fees?
What attorney should a couple in PA go to concerning a
what attorney should a couple in PA go to concerning a complaint concerning a car dealership's refusal to address a faulty automobile (truck)?JA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?Customer: I'll need to check. It's a son-in-law's truck in PA. Will get back to you soon. It's a newer Dodge 1500 V8.JA: Have you contacted the manufacturer?Customer: I'm checking. I believe so.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: According to the BBB, the dealership (Jeff D'Embrosio) is not BBB accredited.
Felt pressured into signing a heating and cooling system
I felt I was pressured into signing a heating and cooling system I couldn't afford. I told the salesman that, so he lowered the price from 22000 to 18000. The system was installed the very next day with no chance to cancelThis is in the state of NJ. There is no local attorney or other consumer protection advocate helping with this. I contacted the manufacturer and they said there is nothing they can do. I am retired on a fixed income. I was told my utility bills would be cut in half; they have actually increased.