My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Florida
I bought a truck in October of 2007 and when i signed paperwork at the dealership the terms where 72 months of $336 with 18% APR. I missed a few payments a couple years ago but immediatly caught up on them except for one which they put at the end of the loan. The truck should be paid off in November of 2013 but they say i still owe $9000 on it and the total finance price was about $14000. Even if the rest of my payments went towards the principle it would take over 2 more years to pay it off. I called the bank to see how this happened and they said im being charged a daily interest rate of 23%. I told them that wasn't right and they told me to double check my paperwork. I have checked it over and over again and it says 18% APR. I had this problem before and they said they fixed it but they never did. The dealership i got the truck from has had a lot of lawsuits against them already and i think its their fault this happened. They said it would be financed through them but when i started getting my bills in the mail i noticed it was through someone else and i think they changed the terms without telling me. I can't afford to pay anymore than im already paying so is there anything i can do about this??