I paid in full furniture set advertised as top grain leather, then delivered bonded furniture & w/in 1 week the color began rubbing off. They replaced two pieces and now the 3rd piece of the set doing the same. The 2 replaced pieces are also defective and had tags on the protective plastic... Read more »
Did you mean two months, not to months? Have you spoken with the mechanic shop about this? Was there a contract that you signed and have you read the contract? It seems to me based upon the very limited facts that you provided, that you might have a suit against them for breach of an implied...Read more »
RECEIVED IT, IT HAD 9700 MILES ON IT. I DID CHECKED THE VIN # AND BOUGHT A REPORT ON IT WHICH DIDN'T SHOW NO DEFECT REPORTED ON IT, BUT WHEN I CALLED THE ORIGINAL DEALER NOT THE ONE I BOUGHT THE CAR FROM, I FOUND OUT THAT IT HAD BEEN IN THEIR SHOP FOR A CHANGED SENSOR UNDER THE PASSENGER... Read more »
You borrowed money from the bank, not the dealership. But they should work with you and replace the vehicle. Did husband sign? Do they have a judgment? They can only touch a check if they have a judgment against your husband.
My wife purchased a new motorcycle from a dealer who charged her $800.00 in dealer fees telling her that they were for shipping and prep work to the bike, but later found out only $200.00 of those fees were legit and they lied about the other $600.00 they charged her, can we do anything legally to... Read more »
This was something that you might have been able to do something about, perhaps sue for fraudulent inducement. I am sorry that this question was not answered sooner for you. I hope the problem has been resolved by now. Sometimes the best thing to do is talk to the dealer instead of filing suit, or...Read more »
Car bought new 10/2009, but leaking over 1 year. Manufacturer claims remedied in 04/2010, with subsequent agreement from Florida Lemon Law board. Intermittent odor, acceleration, engine noise, A/C, etc., problems continuing. Need de novo complaint against dealer or Magnuson-Moss Warrant Act... Read more »
De novo is a latin phrase meaning start over. There is no de novo type of complaint. The action would be called recission. That is not what you need. I hope the issues have been resolved to your liking by now.
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