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Metro Auto WholesaleTook out loan in my name for a car I gave back. then had it towed.


Metro auto called me and wanted to sell me a car.
I went down and found a car that was ok.
I filled out paper work and the next day they said
they couldn't get me financed through americredit
and that I needed to come in and sign new papers.
I gave them back their car and told them I was not
going to pay a higher interest rate. Here's your car.
They took the americredit paper work put a line
through americredit and put in wells fargo and signed
My intials to the change. Then they had the car towed.
I hired an attorney to find out how they financed me and
were the car was. By the time I found the car it was on
the auction block. I called wells fargo and told them they
need to go get the car because I did not have the money
to get it out of the auction. Now because of metro I have
an outstanding loan for 10, 000 and no car. I hired an
attorney to go after metro auto and now they are out of
business. I need to find an attorney that can help me.
Tell me what I can do? I have to consider filing bankrutcy
because of metro. I really feel that our states should protect
its consumers better and hold these companies and their
owners responsable.

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