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Question: I bought a car and I made a mistake on buying it and the dealer won't take it back after a week. I am disabled and Deaf and I believe I was being coerced and the payments is too high for me to handle. The cost of loan is 23,000 and payments is 361.00. The trunk is too high for me to put in my walker. I have contacted the Attorney General with no luck. The blue book value is 12,000. I saw an ad for the 2017 car same as mine for much lower at 13,000. Please Help me.

Answer: There is no “cooling off” period in Arizona during which the purchaser of an automobile may cancel the sale, but there are other laws that may be at play here. It would be wise to describe your situation in detail to an attorney. There are links to organizations offering free or low-cost legal services on the azlawhelp.org home page. You may also wish to contact the Consumer Protection branch of the Arizona Office of the Attorney General (online at https://www.azag.gov/consumer/ or toll-free by telephone at 1 (800) 352-8431). They investigate claims involving alleged deception and unfair practices in violation of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.

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  • I bought a car and I made a mistake on buying it and the dealer won't take it back after a week. I am disabled and Deaf and I believe I was being coerced and the payments is too high for me to handle. The cost of loan is 23,000 and payments is 361.00. The trunk is too high for me to put in my walker. I have contacted the Attorney General with no luck. The blue book value is 12,000. I saw an ad for the 2017 car same as mine for much lower at 13,000. Please Help me.

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