Army Soldier And Honda Dealer Fight Over $1 Car Purchase Error
According to Norm Reeves, an alleged clerical error on the contract stated a price of $27,825 for the CR-V, which was $1 more than the original price of $27,824. Kim was then asked to sign a new contract at the dealership with the error corrected, but he rejected the requests and wasn’t happy that his family was now receiving aggressive texts and calls from the dealer.
Later, Kim found out from American Honda Finance that Norm Reeves hadn’t actually submitted the credit application for the CR-V and had also not signed the contract to begin with. Based on all of this, he believed it wasn’t an honest mistake and was instead a plot to get him to ultimately pay more for the CR-V upon revisiting the dealer.
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