Can I cancel an auto sale if I signed the sale and loan papers but did not drive the car off the lot yet?

Answers:3   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-08-26 15:45:02  

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Ms. Lisa
Asked at 2012-08-12 21:08:02
I signed papers on a used car dealer (in MA), but we took our " old" car home for the night to clean and leave our "new " car in the parking lot of banking. Now I have buyer's remorse . It's a very good car , the dealer will not deceive me, but it's not what I want. ¿ I can get out of this deal? Do not put any money down.
Answer1RonaldaAnswered at 2012-08-14 03:44:02
"Rhonda " is absolutely incorrect. You do NOT have 3 days. This is a myth perpetuated by the uninformed. If you have not had funding approved, you may be able to disconnect the agreement, but if all the documentation has gone , it's too late.
Answer2Comuter Tech.Answered at 2012-08-16 04:38:06
You signed a legal contract. It agreed to pay for the car.

The dealer made a good commission offer.

The only way out of it is that if the operator lets go. (No why) funding was rejected .

If the bank is financed by the bank, then you can take your trade or demand for it. (They have to show documentation of them )

In any case, have your money and you have the legal obligation of the bank.

Then you can start charging storage on your new car .

But just do not make payments. There goes your credit score .
Answer3ArianaAnswered at 2012-08-26 15:45:02
Just do not accept the "new car" . Call the dealer and say you've changed your mind . Period . Your old car is still your car . You are not registered on the old car to the dealer , or signed delivery for "new car" . The dealer will " hem and haw ' and ' continue ' like crazy , you threaten to closed contracts , legal, loan default , etc. Forget it . Dealer and have not lost or gained nothing but a waste of time . Good Luck .
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