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Asked on: 6/27/13, 4:47 pm

If I traded in a car that had a $5200 balance for another vehicle & the car dealer agrees to pay the traded car off, but still hasn't in 3 months & everytime I ask them about it, they lie & act very nasty & nonchalant about the whole thing, is that against the law or legal for them to do that to me? Isn't that a breach of contract? Can they be made to pay that balance off? The bank that financed the traded car is now calling me for payment for a car I don't even have anymore.

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Answered on: 6/28/13, 5:42 am by Lela Davis

YES, IT PROBABLY IS A BREACH OF CONTRACT IF YOUR CONTRACT ACTUALLY INDICATES THAT THEY ARE TO PAY OFF THE TRADE-IN.


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