Comical. If they could have fixed it they wouldn’t have had to buy it back.
You are thinking of Outlander Clams. Those things will kill you.
Outlandish claims, each more outlandish than the last.
There is a boat launch just south of the old Ft. Wayne. I’m aiming for that.
The Mississippi River might be next. That is, if this trip works out.
One guy joining me for a week is bringing his and claims we will be eating seafood like kings. We’ll see.
I am following in the footsteps (figuratively) of a guy who didn’t paddle either. Back then, you hired people to paddle for you. I’d hire a bunch if I could but they no longer exist!
My canoe is motorized and I will have better access to supplies due to my route. It’ll be a grind but it is doable.
I’m an attorney in MICH and long time Jalopponist. The ticket seems easy enough but the rest depends on some facts not in your narrative. Call my office tomorrow and I’ll talk all day (if necessary) for free. 248 546-6626.
That wouldn’t work. The car has to have a defect which can be confirmed. AND, the dealer doesn’t buy it back, the manufacturer does.
I’m pretty sure that the truth in lending laws require them to disclose that to you up front (if it’s legal). I do not know because it might vary from state to state. But ask them when you are negotiating and see what the contract says (before you sign it).
I wish it was that easy. The law is very difficult to enforce. No manufacturers buy back cars until they absolutely have to. Meaning the car cannot be repaired. After all, repairing them is infinitely less expensive than buying them back.
The question always remains: How do you know you can trust the buyback “report”? If it was such a simple fix, why didn’t they fix it instead of buying it back (at a ridiculous loss)?
This person has no idea what they are talking about.
Most courts have signs behind the clerk’s counter saying, “Clerks cannot give legal advice.”
Advice from an old guy (56 yo as of this past SUN).
It’s always a concern to let someone drive off in the car you just sold them. They MIGHT handle it properly but if they run someone over and kill them before it’s titled to them, you will likely get sued. You could win that suit but it’ll be a pain.
Yes and no. If they are wrong, it might be something you’d have to litigate. Meaning: File a lawsuit. Is it winnable? Possibly. Is it worth suing over? Depends on how good the case is and whether you can recoup your attorney’s fees and court costs.
I can’t imagine why they’d not want to meet in a public place like that. But people are weird. Who knows?
I had a couple of pieces that got lucky and went over 500,000 fairly quickly. It was around that time that I quit trying to stay on top of the comments.