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I financed a used car in California (SF) two days ago and was contacted by the dealer today letting me know the loan was voided and that they had a new one that had a higher monthly rate. I don't want to sign the new loan and already have the car as I traded in my old car to get this one. My question is can I request the transaction to be canceled and walk away with my old car? I also have a question in regards to the loan process the loan is actually under my mothers name that went with me to get this car but she doesn't have a valid California I.D of any sort and gave them a passport that was expired by at least 2 years or even more that was used for the loan. Is this a legal tactic? and would it help to void the loan and be used to fight any attempt of forcing me to keep it.
You HAVE to return the car. What are you talking about?? You have no choice. You did not "finance a used car"...you weren't approved...so you did NOT finance anything. You have no choice but to take it back. If you do not sign the new contact, it's not your car. I don't understand your question. You do not get to keep it...how can they force you to?
The Amityville is a non issue, unless she is not who she says she is. That whole deal sounds fishy. The loan hasnt been funded yet, I bet you can get your old car back. Depends on the sale contract you signed. They lied to you about how much your payments would be. Now theyre going to lie and say the dont have your car anymore. You dont have to sign new loan papers.
The transaction is cancelled. You did NOT qualify for the loan at the initial terms, so you could agree to the terms your crummy credit qualifies you for, but you do not have to. That makes your second question irrelevant.