Florida  |  Consumer Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 8/12/07, 7:24 pm

Contract Laws

I attempted to purchase a 06 Kia fro

ma dealership with which we came

to agreement and I placed a 6,000k

down-payment on. I knowingly

expressed and knew I had past credit

issues and informed them of this;

which I was assured that with my

large down-payment they could

100% get me financed. 2 Months

have passed and I'm now being

informed from the dealership that

they were unable to get the car

financed; they have tried bribing me

that ''if I could come up with an

additional 2k to put down'' they

could get it financed as well as

threats that being that they can't

get it financed they will report it

stolen!

Is this even possible? I did read the

contract the best I was able and only

found an addendum that stated that

within 14 days of signing the

contract that if they weren't able to

find a bank to finance then they

could request the car be returned.

It's been well over 14 days! Do they

not have obligation to honor the

contract?

Any help would be wonderfully great.

Please help!

Jack

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