Do what you have to do.
You get offered your money back then throw out court.
You have alot to explain my friend in court, I promise but instead of throwing you under the bus I made an offer that you asked for and now you spin again.
You're a tool, good night and good luck.
See you at the lake.
Scott is willing to unwind the original deal
You purchased / financed boat for "x" amount of dollars
He gave you "x" amount for your trade in of motorhome.
You owe more on the trade in then what it is worth.
equals your negative equality.
You the buyer choose to roll it into the loan of the boat purchase. Scott did not make you make that choice.
He now offers to unwind the deal completely after you return the boat in the condition it was picked up. He has you cover his 7K in reconditiong expense done to the trade in. He also offers to pay the 5K insurance deductible.
No fuzzy math.
enough is enough. Bring in your boat and get your money back and move on. Seems pretty fair to me, I would consider yourself lucky. Do you understand what "as is" means. Your getting a free pass here after driving your boat over rocks and then almost sinking the damn thing. It's apparent the boat doesn't like you.
An offer is on the table and we know both sides of the story....
This thread too is now LOCKED, we are not getting anywhere but going back and forth....
Please see forum rules - DO not start another thread on the subject.
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