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      09-25-2011, 02:33 PM   #1
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Dealer Lease agreement error??

My brother is currently leasing a 2011 Audi A6. Our now retired father recently went to purchase a motorhome and discovered that the car shows up on his credit report and the R.V dealer told him he would have to have that removed to qualify for financing as he is now on a fixed income. OUr father flipped out at my brother as to be expected. Now a little back story to inform, the first Audi my brother bought 4 years ago, he didn't have enough credit, so our father bought the car in his name and my brother made the payments out of his own account as a co-signer to bring up his credit rating. That car was then traded in on my brothers current car. The lease agreement my brother has only has his name and signature on it and no where does our fathers name appear. My brother also made it clear to the dealer as I was with him, that he was the only person leasing this vehicle. The dealer said it was no problem as his credit was more then good enough and everything was all well. The car doesn't even show up on my brothers credit report even though the payments come direct from his account. Who is at fault here and is there any way to resolve this issue? Is the lease agreement even valid? My brother doesn't even want to keep the car anymore for all the family drama this situation has caused. I hate to be in the middle, but this whole thing has had a huge effect on our family dynamic and I would like to try and fix things if I can.

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      09-25-2011, 03:47 PM   #2
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I don't know about Canada but you can call your major credit-reporting agencies to fix an error. It'll take a little time. And the dealer's a little suspect...
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This seems like a simple processing error on the surface.

Have you talked directly to the dealer? or Audi financial?

If they aren't willing to sort it out then inform them you will have a lawyer clarify it for them. Fwiw, a good friend that loves Audi cars and has owned many, states that the customer service/dealership aspect of Audi in Canada is a complete embarrassment.
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This seems like a simple processing error on the surface.

Have you talked directly to the dealer? or Audi financial?

If they aren't willing to sort it out then inform them you will have a lawyer clarify it for them. Fwiw, a good friend that loves Audi cars and has owned many, states that the customer service/dealership aspect of Audi in Canada is a complete embarrassment.

Thanks,

The dealer which is in Vancouver just passed the blame onto Audi Financial from what I here. The two of them are working with AudI Financial to have things corrected. I think My dad is just hoping to get documentation from Audi so he can proceed with his Pusher Motorhome purchase ASAP as they would like to head south in a few weeks and it can take a month or more to have something like that cleared off your credit report.
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