Sure it's a buyer's, but there is no social responsibility on the part of a business to any individual no matter how disadvantaged he may be, correct? Hence the banking crisis, right? People should have read their contracts, and the banks that were buying the derivatives should have known what they were buying. oops the guys at Goldman made it impossible to understand; still.... that's how it should be
Originally Posted by chrischeung
Do you understand sales taxes? Coming from Australia, my first visit to the US was interesting, when I found that you pay $2.12 for a $2 book. Cap Cost is something specific to leasing in the auto industry. It's the buyers responsibility to find out about the terms of leasing, and read all documentation. It is not the seller's responsibility to explain it to them.
When I did my first lease, I asked for a blank copy of the form a day or so before signing so that I could read and resarch. If you don't like the form - lobby to get it changed.
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