I will start from the begining i was in the proccess of purchasing a vehicle from a used car dealer ship in which i made a deposit of 1500 to hold the car while i got some license stuff done.one month and a week they sold it with no notification to me until i went there and asked them about in which they gave a lie excuse saying they had to sell cars in two months and had already had it longer than 2 months when when i first asked about the car they told me they had just gotten it. well i had signed no paper work and they said nothing about my downpayment nor do they have it posted that it was non refundable so they gave me trouble with giving it back so the owner came and talked to me and we made a deal for him to find me another vehicle. Now to the present. After 2 weeks he found a 2003 nissan 350z and i jumped on it that day. It had one issue #rd gear scrathed so i asked them about it but after their "mechanic test drove it" aka took it fr some fast and furious driving he completely killed 3rd gear i told the this etc. I was willing to live with it because i cud fix it i work on cars for fun so i was approved for financing but they said i had to deposit an additional 1000 so now they have 2500 of my dollars. well last week after having the car for about 2 1/2 weeks i go over to ask why i haven't received the payment booklet.She says they didnt approve the loan and didnt know why when i asked why i wasnt aproved. She then says i was approved through another company and that my payments went up 6 dollars from 350 to 356 i asked if anything else chaged i wa told no she jus needed two new recent check stubs. So i get new check stubs give the 1000 and was told everything was good i and my girlfriend signed new paperwork in which she said nothing else was different and she even go my payments back to 350. now i am very very prude about details and stressed aan any other changes etc i was told no and nothing else was said finished paper work left. the finacing company calls and does the interview and asked what our down payment was.Now here is were things get interesting.We were told to tell the first company that the down payment was 1500 the extra went to the dealer ship to make there money and remeber that they said nothing else changed so thats what we told them 1500. I go back to the dealer today to see why the called she tells me that the financing company is denying the loan because we said 1500 but the dealer said we gave them 4500 which see didnt say anything about after i stressed any changes. Now the company is saying that they need proof of us giving them 4500 now or the deal is off once again. The dealer ship says now i have to give them an additional 2000 dollars that the said nothing about when i asked about any changes. I even asked if more money was needed and i was told no. so now im in the situation of them saing they will write a money order for the additional amount to give the company but i would have to pay them 2000 more dollars to cover the dealer having to write this money order for 3000 to prove i gave them 4500 downpayment i was not told about ad it it really putting me in a bad finacial bind with this. what are my options as far as the car ,refunding and or court. Side note:i have put 2000 miles on the car (traveling to work 100 miles away) the car hood has a dent from some backing into the car but i havent gone to the shop yet to fix (insurance claim will be paid by other party) But the transmission was already damaged dealer didnt even check the car i got it straight from auction (but i did sign a sold as is paper)how will this affect the situation
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