If one uses, an ATM and you ask for $1000, and it gives you $10000....regardless, you don't own that money, if you refuse to return the funds, they you can expect the bank will recover, by whatever means available....in this case; I expect the dealership accounting, picked up the error, and told the sales, to recover the auto, repeated calls to the owner, result in the “kiss off” by the owner...hereupon, the sales department, angered by the owners response, declared the auto stolen.....as a fly on wall heard: “we will fix that SOB, call the cops”
posted on 10/08/2012 6:37:35 AM PDT
If one uses, an ATM and you ask for $1000, and it gives you $10000....regardless, you don't own that money,
This isn't the same. The bank ATM gives you $10,000 but the withdrawal slip says $1,000. You got more than the agreed amount.
In this case, the dealership countersigned a contract, selling a vehicle to the guy for a certain price. They AGREED to the sale price, even if it wasn't their intention.
posted on 10/08/2012 6:45:51 AM PDT
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To: B212; billorites
Your ATM example is faulty. In this case he had a signed contract where the dealer agreed to sell the vehicle for the price.
posted on 10/08/2012 6:53:39 AM PDT
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