There are no cars like the one we agreed on left in the country, it has been sold to someone else.
Can I insist on the new offer at the original negotiated price the one we agreed on? or would I have to pay another £1,600?
It is disappointing as I always thought that if you agreed to purchase a product at a certain price, paid a deposit, received a receipt and a signed contract it meant something. They sold the car to someone else while offering it to me. If they cannot fulfil the contract surely they are liable to offer me an alternative not below the specification and if it's above then not at an inflated price, otherwise what's the point of a contract? If I tried to pull out I would loose my deposit wouldn't I?
But they sold it after I had signed the contract and paid a deposit for it.In fact the next day.That surely can;t be legal.
With all due respect you have just repeated yourself like I have too.
They sold the car to someone else after agreeing to sell it to me, sighing a contract which I have the paperwork for and probably because the other person offered more for the said car, surely there is some law against doing that?
In circumstances like this where is the consumers protection?
Last question before I give in. Can I sue them for breach of contract.?
OK.Thanks for the advice. I feel very hard done by. I have had my dream car taken for underneath my nose and it seems they can do this sort of thing and I can't do anything about it. "That's Criminal" Good night God Bless.
PS. is there a transcript of our conversation for my records?