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Q: Just found out that the buy here pay here car lot that I'm buying my vehicle from has withheld information to me and ha

Lied to the DMVs office. My truck broke down upon doing a Vin check to find out what model it is to know which part it takes found out that it has a salvage title and three recalls on it. Which the car lot never said anything to me about the title or the recalls we had a verbal agreement on the repairs of if I covered the tow bill he would add the repairs to my payments after agreeing to it & them finally getting it & taking it their shop now wants me to pay a 200 deposit before they get started with the repairs while in the process of trying to get the money which I've never heard of a repair shop requiring a deposit before they work on a vehicle found out that they told the DMV that I paid 4,000 instead of the 1,500 down payment and making payments and that it has a rebuilt title that they never mentioned to me what can I do

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Hire an attorney and file suit against the seller for fraud under the Ky Consumer Fraud Protection Act. You may be able to rescind the contract snd recover your attorney fees.

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