prettywowers wrote: »
Also, it sounds like you've been ripped off. £3k is a lot of money for a car of that type with 75k on it.
oddjobbpb wrote: »
'You do not acquire good title to a purchased item if the so called vendor did not have good title. Therefore the nature & content of the finance agreement is crucial to determine whether the vendor was able to sell it.
If they did not, then the purchaser has sadly been defrauded and may have little prospect of recovering their money.'
Google is your friend, try it.
I have sold 5000 cars in my life, if an 'innocent purchaser' buys a car unknowingly on HP they will get good title to the car.
Does NOT apply to dealers that buy cars (cannot be 'unknowing') or log book loans.
BoGoF wrote: »
A quick look on auto trader will show numerous comparable cars way more than £3k (though I appreciate that is asking price not selling price).
sofronia wrote: »
yes we have contacted solicitor, but at the same time just want to express my opinion towards this issue, and just want to get more advice before the solicitor get back to us.
apologise if my posts are annoying, i am just getting frustrated, i cant eat properly at all, feeling fed up why this world is full of crime and fraud.
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