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Yes. Also forget details. I paid 3,500 cash and my car valued at 2,,500 to dealer on day of purchase. Since then I have paid Barclays a further £2000. The outstanding amount is still £7,200 if paid by 8th. june. Dealers are saying they will pay this but I am minus a car and £8000 out of pocket. Also believe they have inflated original screen price by £5000, have made verbal assurances and are now retracting these, leaving me in a dire situation.
They have told me that they are offering this repayment as the original deal was over priced and they initially agreed that their salesman had been unscrupulous in making this deal and because he had given me false advice. In fact, he lied to me, even telling me that his mother was on motobility and he knew what he was talking about. i have two witnesses to my conversations in the showroom when they have admitted miselling. I believe that he may have been sacked because of this deal. They advertise themselves as fair traders for motobility customers but, when I told them that i believed thay had taken advantage of my vulnerability and missold the car, they appeared to agree. the fact that they have agreed to pay the outstanding amount seems to me to be an admission of fault on their part.
1. I could transer payments to motobility.
2. They would 'sort everything out' by stripping back the original deal and paying off anyoutstanding amounts plus make financial compensation.
Forgot to tell you that their original offer was made following my cvomplaint to head office in which I stated my intention to go to Trading standards.
I followed their advice to obtain my motobility car (from a different dealer - my own choice) and to notify them when it arrived. Thery repeatedly told me not to woirry and that they would sort it i,e strip back the original deal.
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