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How can I help with this please?
Thanks. What is the specific false information?
OK. Are there faults with the vehicle?
Sorry for the delay. This dropped off my question list.
Do you still need help?
You do have a claim in misrepresentation.
The reality though is that, although you do have a claim in principle for a full refund, you would probably only get the diminution value between the sum it would have been worth if the truth had been known and the sum you paid.
Generally speaking courts try to save contracts where ever possible.
However, if you paid an additional price for a car that you thought had been serviced then you are entitled the diminution value.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Try to ascertain what the diminution value would be.
Send them one letter asking them to pay within 28 days.
If they do not issue here
There is no loss so there is no claim for compensation.
You are not going to get a full refund I'm afraid.
It is a value difference claim.
I'm happy to continue with this but please rate my answer.