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▶️▶️YO TO SCAM, Auto Finance NIGHTMARE? Is the car dealership trying to change terms on your vehicle purchase after you took delivery? Please watch this video first. I will reply to all comments.
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Dealer’s Right to Demand Return
The standard California car contract only allows the dealer 10 days to find financing. If the dealer cannot honor your agreement, they must notify you that they are cancelling the contract. You must return the vehicle to the dealer. The only thing the dealer can do is take the car back, refund you 100% of your money, and return your trade-in vehicle, if you had one. The dealer cannot charge you for mileage. Sometimes a dealer will try to blame you, telling you that your bad credit is to blame, or that you must sign a new contract, or pay more money down, or pay a higher payment. These are all lies. Worse, dealers will threaten to keep some or all of your down payment, or to put a repossession on your credit. This is against the law.
Dealers regularly sell vehicles without first getting consumers approved for a loan. This is called a “spot delivery.” In order to protect themselves, dealers insert fine print on the back of the contract that allows them to demand return of the vehicle if they cannot find financing. However, this right is limited, and is regularly abused. If the dealer does not tell you to return the vehicle within 10 days, the deal is final. After 10 days, the dealer cannot demand that you return the vehicle, unless you provided incorrect information on your credit application.
Over 10 Days
After 10 days, the deal is final. If a dealer tells you they could not find financing, it is the dealer’s problem, not yours. If the dealer cannot assign your loan to a bank, the dealer must be your bank. You must send your monthly payments to the dealer, just as if they were a bank. Many dealers will threaten repossession if you refuse to return the vehicle when they ask. If you pay the dealer as agreed, and they repossess your vehicle, the dealer is liable for the theft of your property (called “conversion”), and you may be entitled to damages, including punitive damages.
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