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I bought a used car from a car dealership and on the way home the car blew up and was told today it needs a new engine... I bought the car as-is, so I'm sure I'm screwed on it all... but the dealer did fill out the paper work to show like I paid $1499 for the car and $1650 for warranty coverage (though it was really 2999 for the car and 150 for the warranty)... is this an illegal action on his part or just a no-no that no one cares about really but the IRS I'm sure. Also, the warranty place is denying cover the car, saying the warranty is to cover future problems and that since the engine blew so soon after buying the car, they are considering it a pre-existing problem.
Anyway, any help someone can give, especially letting know if it is a legal issue to falsify documentation by writing a different $$ amount on the paperwork...
Do I have any leg to stand on here with anything... Thanks for your time and help!
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