Can a car dealership call you back to raise your interest rate after papers are already signed and car was driven home
1 Answer from Attorneys
I am assuming that the "papers" that were signed finalized the sale.
The answer is: No, they can't raise your interest rate. Not unless the "papers" allow them to do so.
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