What can I do if a dealership lied about my income to a credit union when locating finance for purchasing a new vehicle?

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What can I do if a dealership lied about my income to a credit union when locating finance for purchasing a new vehicle?

I found out about this when I was applying for a loan on-line with the same credit union that financed my vehicle. The income box was auto filled with an income more than double my current income. I spoke with the credit union and they said that information was provided by the dealership and they do not verify income on requests from dealerships; they just assume they are providing valid information.

Asked on April 12, 2012 under General Practice, Kansas

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FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

If the auto dealership lied about the income reporting that was placed on your loan application for a credit union when attempting to obtain financing for a new vehicle, did you sign the application and have it turned in? If so, then you under the eyes of the law are as equally culpable for turning in false information to a lending institution.

If not, you should have a face to face meeting with the dealership's representative that placed the false information on your loan application and his/her manager to air your grievances. If the situation is not resolved to your satisfaction, I would then speak with a representative with the credit union over what happened and take things from there.


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