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Never take a personal check from a stranger. If he can write you a check, he can go to the bank and get a bank draft. Why didn't you sign the title over? Does he have the title?
You most likely got scammed. Immediately go to your local police station and report this issue. It is illegal for someone to bounce a check. I would give the officer all the information you were told about the buyer and give them a copy of the bounced check (from your bank. Ask for a copy of that check if they didn't give it back to you). Never EVER meet someone at a 7/11 to sell a car! You should always ask to meet at their home or in front of a local police station. And you should have asked to see his Plainville and NOT accepted personal checks. CL is for CASH ONLY (no checks). I really feel bad for you but you clearly walked right into a scam and all you can do now is to tell the police you think you got scammed. If you still have the title then tell the police that you need to file a stolen car report. That car is technically stolen if he bounced a check and you did not sign over the title! With the title in hand that car legally belongs to you still and you can file a theft report with the police to try and get your car back! Then you can also file a report for a stolen car with your insurance. Tell them the story.
It means he has "your" car and you have no money. Check with his bank and see if the check bounced because the account was just low on funds or is it an inactive or closed account. If he gave you a check written on a closed account, you can go to the police and file charges for fraud or theft. If it is an active account but just didn't have enough money in it when the check was presented you will have to deal with it civilly. Have you tried to contact the purchaser to see what the situation is? Also why didn't you give him the signed title?
This has to be a joke question ,, right ? i mean really , nobody is that stupid ? are they ? take a check ?