I was approved for a vehicle loan, signed loan agreement on vehicle, drove the car home a few days later the bank that approved the loan called and said I didn't make enough money for the loan payment after they had approved it. Question is can they do that?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No. You made a loan; you entered into a contract with the bank; and that's that. I assume that you didn't lie to the bank when you made the loan application.
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