Offered £350 contribution if I take Audi finance. IMHO it doesn't realy seem worth the effort / risk / hassle to arrange and then cancel the deal.
When I cancelled mine within 14 days I didn't pay the setup fees as they were loaded into the first months payment. I just paid £37 in interested for the 6 or 7 days I waited before exercising my right to withdraw.Can someone tell me if when you cancel the finance (after 2 hours of leaving dealership) you get the setup fee back? I know I'm being tight but just found out today that the finance contribution has dropped to £350 when I was expecting £500! I've already negociated a few goodies from the dealer but just left feeling a little bitter. Thanks
See here http://whatconsumer....ents-explained/ & http://www.netlawman...redit-agreementCan I get out of the agreement?
Whether or not you have a cooling off period depends how the contract was made. Where you have been presented with the paperwork to sign on trade premises, it is legally binding from the moment they are it is signed. If you entered into the contract at a distance - over the phone, via the internet, by post, or if you dealt with a broker, then you will have a cooling off period of 14 days (30 days for some products).