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Do I owe an RV dealership a deposit that I paid but they refunded me the deposit and told me I did not owe it but now want it 2 months later?

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 24th, 2017 on Consumer Law - Florida
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I bought a RV and paid a $1548 deposit and financed the rest. When I went to take possession of the RV they gave me my deposit back stating the credit union was financing the whole amount. I asked them how that is possible b/c I did not sign loan paperwork for the whole amount. They called the credit union to confirm and received a draft from them for the whole amount. I signed all my papers at the dealership which showed I owed no deposit. Now 2 months later after all the paperwork is said and done and the RV is titled to me the dealership wants the deposit back. Do I legally have to pay or do they need to write off their mistake?
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Answered on Aug 24th, 2017 at 10:56 AM

The terms of the contract control. If there is a dispute about this you may have to get a lawyer involved, at some expense to sort it out. 

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