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I bought a 2013 on March 17, 2014. I signed a Retail Installment Sale Contract and an Addendum A "Conditional Delivery Agreement" and an addendum B that states the contract doesn't become legal and binding until credit source has verified information on the application and all stipulations on the contract are accepted..
Here is my dilemma, my employment has changed. Do I call the dealership? Will this be a repossession? Will I get my down payment back?
I'm a bucket of nerves, there is no way I'm going to be able to afford this car now but don't want my credit ruined.
I'm in Georgia and bought the car in South Carolina

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Hi Clarissa.

Let's do the first step, go to my website and read this webpage http://www.usedcartips.org/installment.html  from there anything you don't fully understand about the contract get back to me with further questions, and we will work together to rid of that bucket of nerves.


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