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Asked on: 5/01/13, 9:55 pm

I just recently bought a car through a car lot and when giving me my walk through of the car they masked and lied about problems that the car had. Basically they sold me a lemon car and lied and said it was immaculate. I do not want the car anymore it is having to many mechanical issue and i dont think they are going to give me back the money so easily. How can i go about this if i can do anything?

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Answered on: 5/01/13, 10:17 pm by Jacob Kiani

Ask for your money back and see what they say. Did they sell the car to you "as is," and if so, did you have a mechanic inspect the car before buying it? If they sold you the car "as is," usually the rule is "buyer beware," and you will have a much weaker legal argument.

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