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      01-23-2013, 02:36 AM   #61
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Drives: Slow
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: BC

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Sorry to hear this. Maybe bring it to a certified body shop and have them checked to see if any actual body damage was there. It's hard to believe what a SA says after all they can't be more professional than bodyshop guys.

As for canceling the sale, I believe it can happen but like others have mentioned, it will be a long and stressful process. If you like the car and think that you have got a good deal, try to get them to fix it the right way and enjoy driving.

I am glad that when I bought my car my SA actually pointed out some scratches and minor damages. I was offered a great deal to buy the car as-is but the salesman later gave me a $200 gift card to shop at their store. Better than nothing I guess.
Must stop eating..............