posted on Apr, 15 2009 @ 10:55 AM
Originally posted by Maxmars
If my car is unsatisfactory or I am in contention with them about a quality issue or repair, can I turn off their dealership?
No big deal. If you can get them to put that in the contract between you and the dealership when you agree to pay for the car over the course of
however long.. that is, until you actually OWN the car (after paying for it, that is). Once you actually OWN the car, you'll find that your CONTRACT
is now NULL and VOID, as the CAR has NOTHING TO DO WITH THE DEALERSHIP unless it is under a WARRANTY.
People seem to miss the point entirely about the reality of loans.
You don't own anything that you are making payments on.
The person/entity you are getting the loan from does, which is usually a bank or an auto dealership.
Grow up. They are doing YOU a FAVOR by letting you, the FOOLISH consumer, USE things THAT YOU CAN NOT AFFORD because you feel that you must fit in
with the rest of the idiots who finance the things their FINANCIERS ARE LETTING THEM USE until they actually own them.
If they want to turn off THEIR CAR, because you haven't been living up to your agreement, then they can do it by all means.
It's no secret, and it's no conspiracy (although there are certain individuals out there who are so far DETACHED from reality... (i.e. they truly
believe they own their 5x mortgaged home) that when they read about not owning things they finance, they believe it was some horrible conspiracy that
was pulled over their eyes.
... turns out, they were just borderline retarded.