My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Nevada. A bit more than year ago my wife and I had purchased a new SUV. The engine just stopped working while driving 65 mph. After months of back and forth Kia agreed to take the car back and release us from responsibility, or so I thought. My wife returned the vehicle without me and was subsequently pressured into exchanging the car for an even more expensive model with the difference added to the loan. None of this is illegal, but here is where our gets shady. They approved her a $47K loan without her having any source of income (other than myself) and no co-signer. I never signed or approved a single thing. Later, when finding out the size of the car payment and what had happened, I want to stop this. This sounds like predatory lending. Do I have a legal leg to stand on?