Louisville, KY asked in Contracts, Products Liability, Collections and Lemon Law for Kentucky

Q: Bought car in September from dealership no car fax just found out it was in 2 wreaks and air bags had been deployed and

I was never told this or the wreak no car fax . The finance company was looking through everything due to be getting behind on my payments for in December. I have had trouble since I got this car the car lot had me lie to the financial company when I bought it and threatened me when they called to do the interview with me. I already had the car in my possession at this time and signed all paperwork. The finance company asked questions about the car and when they asked me about the $2000 power train warranty I signed I had no clue about it and didn't agree with it. When the car lot called me back they told me I either agreed to it or the deal was off so I did. They harassed me for 2 months after that wanting $600 more from me after I put down the $1k agreement. kept my tags from me and told me I gave them the money in full or no tags I kept text messages.now I find out about the air bags and I paid $18k for a car 'not wreaked" is worth $9,500. Is there anything I can do this is wrong

1 Lawyer Answer
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Consult a civil attorney who can flesh out the facts and see if you have a consumer protection. Lain.

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