Auto Dealer sold me a car that was advertised for 11,995 for 17,798. I sign the note without reading, when I realized I asked about it; no clear answer. I wrote complaint to BBB, who refered me to State Attorney General. The dealer attorneys wrote to State Attorney that they reimbursed me for the car and I returned it. Not true. I still have the car, no reimbursement. What can I do?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You can sue in Small Claims Court for up to $5,000 in NYC.
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