<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by all866:
The salesman said we agreed to pay $1500. Neither my husband or myself remember saying that, but we did agree to pay up to $3000 and finance the rest. The way figures kept bouncing around during negotiations got a little confusing. When we got home and studied the agreement we were unsure if that was correct, so we called to confirm. There is no mention on the agreement of us needing to put down $1500. We took the total at the bottom, deducted about $2500 that we would pay and financed the rest.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Sounds good to me. Somewhere on your agreement are words to the effect: "All agreements must be in writing. Any oral statements are not valid."
If they signed the agreement, and you signed it, it's a done deal.
Oh, they'll scream, yell, and possibly make threats to take you to court. Don't worry. The agreement is in writing, THEY WROTE IT, they signed it.
Just tell them, "Have your lawyer write a letter to my lawyer." (Click)
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