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    dizzyheights liked post by Viking On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
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    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 14:35
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    dizzyheights liked post by cemerson On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    I would have thought it was fairly binding, yes. It's their mistake, you shouldn't be paying for it - simple as that.
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by rams_s3 On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    Argue it and threaten to walk away without the new car, they'll soon let the £600 go.
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by rams_s3 On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    Just realised you'll have paid your deposit, just tell them that when audi uk ring you up for the customer satisfaction questionnaire you will tell them the problems you've had. Dealers do anything...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by Battlekrapz On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    They'll apply pressure on you and will try to brain wash you into submission ... Don't accept it, as you say just stand your ground, be polite of course and then threaten if necessary by mentioning...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by lozzermo On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    Read the terms and conditions on the order form and agreement. That should give you an idea of your options. I think the order and the finance agreement are independent of each other. My view is that...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by Quattro8v On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    If you meet with them and they want their 3 reps in the meeting, take at least one other person with you for support and as a witness. Preferably someone dressed like a business professional. Get...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by Viking On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    I would avoid at all costs any face to face meetings with them on this issue. When sat in front of them they can say all sorts of misleading stuff to get you to say something you haven't had a chance...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by Lock & Load On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    You have a legally binding contract tell them to talk to your Solicitor .
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by cemerson On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    If you paid your deposit on a credit card, just threaten to issue a chargeback based on them changing the agreed deal if it gets that far.
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by VVerevvolf On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    This sounds quite fishy to me. Even more so. I assume you have a copy of the signed order form? My course of action would be letting them know the order form signed by both parties is legally...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:02
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    dizzyheights liked post by Redgrouse On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    You've signed a contract and paid money based on that agreement. They are seeking to renegotiate it unilaterally. The fact they want three people to meet you is troubling. Avoid the face to face...
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:01
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    dizzyheights liked post by warren_S5 On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    Also might be worth mentioning if things start to take a negative turn that you are thinking of contacting trading standards as their tactics sound rather underhand.
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:01
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    dizzyheights liked post by Longy On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    So where did the extra £600 come from? Was it that someone couldn't do their sums properly or they forgot to charge you for something? I hope it works out in your favour.
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:01
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    dizzyheights liked post by cemerson On thread : Dealer has made a mistake with the settlement figure on signed order form
    I think the fact that they want to have 3 people meet you shows that they know they are in the wrong and will try and bully you out of the deal you have agreed!
    Liked On: 2nd March 2014, 13:01
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