I signed a Purchase agreement with a Car Dealership for a vehicle this past Saturday. Upon further examination they

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Customer: I signed a Purchase agreement with a Car Dealership for a vehicle this past Saturday. Upon further examination they included additional coverages that I was not aware of. Do I have any recourse to cancel the Purchase agreement? Have taken possession of the vehicle already.
JA: What state are you in? And is a local attorney or other consumer protection advocate helping with this?
Customer: The car was purchased in Colorado. I have not engaged any help yet. Trying to work with dealership , but want to establish some recourse if they don't correct the issue.
JA: Have you contacted the seller or manufacturer?
Customer: I am in contact with the Ford Dealership who sold me the vehicle.
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: Not at this point
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Hello and welcome to Justanswer! My name is ***** ***** I am a licensed lawyer with over 18 years of experience. I am reviewing your question now and will get back to you momentarily. Thank you for your patience.

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How are you doing today? I am very sorry you are experiencing this problem. I understand that you want to cancel it.  When did you sign and when did you take possession?

Customer
Signed past Saturday 9/17/22. Took possession that day.
Customer
Want to redo the contract and keep the car.
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To be clear, seller misled you and added terms?

Customer
Signed 9/17/22 took possession that day. Yes I was mislead. I want to keep the vehicle, but redo the contract. There are over 6,000 in additional coverages they added on.
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Is there anything else that you would like me to consider before I provide an answer to your question?

Customer
Nothing at this point. The finance guy was a fast talker and was misleading. I am trying to work with them on this now. Not getting good response.
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Thanks for that information. I am finishing up your answer and will be getting it to you very shortly.

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Your answer is ready and you can read it below! After you review it please let me know if the answer is clear and if you have any follow up questions for me. I will be happy to answer them!

You can void due to being misled.  I would begin with a final written demand with deadline and threat of lawsuit. This can help bring about a settlement, show the court good faith, and build a record.

If you meet resistance, you can threaten to involve legal counsel, report to licensing and the attorney general, and publish negative reviews online.

Customer
How should the final written demand be worded and who do I direct it to?
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I would direct to the dealer manager but I would have a conversation first and seek to work it out on consent.

Customer
I agree, This is the course of action I am taking... Thank you.... are you available for further questions moving forward if I have them?
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I wish you the best. You are welcome to follow up on the answer as needed and keep me posted.

Have I answered your question to your satisfaction today or do you need any clarification? Kindly let me know, thank you.

Customer
At this point, I have enough information to get started. Going to try to resolve it myself, if not needed some information of further recourse. Is it true I have 3 business days to cancel a contract?
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Infolawyer, Expert

3 days applies sometimes but you can pursue based on common law for reasons we discussed.

I hope everything works out well!

You can reach me more easily in the future with other questions by simply adding me as a favorite expert. You can do that through the “My Questions” page if you choose to rate our interaction.

Thank you for choosing Justanswer for your questions! I wish you all the best! Daniel

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