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Did I get scammed ? ?
Hello I would like advice . I needed a car so bad so I went to the dealer with fair credit and told me that I approved for one specific car only . I didn’t really like it but he told me I could pay 6months of payments and I could come back & get the vehicle that i actually wanted . the dealer gave me 18.2 % interest and the car is only 17,00 but with interest it’s 21,000 more . Is it possible to do this or I got scammed ? I feel so stupid 🥺 please I need advice I don’t want to be stuck with a car I didn’t want in the first place and paying that much money for it 😔 am I stuck with this car ???
- Nifty BillLv 71 month ago
The dealer saw you coming. You sound like you are scamable and desperate. You should have gotten a $1000 beater, then saved up for a year or two for a $5000 car. One car? REALLY? You set your self up!!
- Ron AkiaLv 72 months ago
Some car dealers are notorious for fleecing customers and, unfortunately, you've fallen victim to one of them. As long as you've willingly signed the contract, you're stuck with the deal.
- Christin KLv 72 months ago
It's not necessarily a scam, but it's really a BAD DEAL. Go elsewhere, try some other dealer. They are killing you with the interest and payment options.
- STEVEN FLv 72 months ago
I went to the dealer with fair credit and told me that I approved for one specific car only.
There is not an ACTUAL dealer on the planet that makes that claim.
I didn’t really like it but he told me I could pay 6months of payments and I could come back & get the vehicle that i actually wanted.
That is GUARANTEED to be a FLAT OUT LIE.
the dealer gave me 18.2 % interest
NOW I see what happened. You went to a "buy here pay here" company that RENTS cars under the guise of selling to people they EXPECT to default.
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- ANDRE LLv 72 months ago
Have you signed a purchase contract ? If so, you are obligated to the conditions in the contract.
If you have not signed such a contract, then walk, no, RUN away, as that is utter bullsh*t from that deceptive sales-thief.
- JudyLv 72 months ago
To trade it on different car will cost you a lot MOR money. Not scrammed, but not a good decision.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
An 18.2% interest rate is ridiculously high. You're never going to get that paid off. You didn't need to buy a 17k car either. You should have walked away.
- Elaine MLv 72 months ago
If you signed a contract then you are stuck with what the CONTRACT says, not what the guy said.
- TavyLv 72 months ago
Walk away, he saw you coming as a sucker.
Try somewhere else.
- princess pounderLv 72 months ago
SHOP AROUND. This sounds like a scam deal.