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Article Date:
January 2006


Word Count:
525

 

 

Fake 1099 on Auto Purchase Creates Trouble


Say you buy a new vehicle from your local dealership with zero percent financing. You complete all the paperwork, including the purchase order and vehicle registration, and leave the dealership owning the vehicle.

 

The next day, the dealership calls you and says there's been a mistake: You are not eligible for zero percent financing. To correct the mistake, the dealership asks you to return and sign a new contract with an interest rate.

 

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