If a dealership tells you to agree to having a premium package (leather, sun roof, navigation system) when the bank contacts you to confirm your information, even when the vehicle being purchased does not have these features, is this legal? And if they say that the bank will take the car back if I tell the truth, is this accurate?
1 Answer from Attorneys
I'll answer your question more broadly than it is asked. It definitely seems like something is suspicious about this transaction and there may be a number of potential legal issues and pitfalls. I would love to have a more detailed discussion about the transaction and see what can be done to help. My email is email@example.com.
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