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    Default Re: Seniors Taking for Ride at Dealership

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    How do you know what those fees are?? I'm not a car salesman
    Who are you asking that question of? Most of them are self-explanatory.

    The acquisition fee is a fee that leasing companies charge to arrange the lease.

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    Default Re: Seniors Taking for Ride at Dealership

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    How do you know what those fees are?? I'm not a car salesman

    1) Ask the finance rep at the dealership. If you still don't understand, don't sign the contract.
    2) Google it. If you still don't understand, don't sign the contract.
    3) Phone a friend. If you still don't understand, don't sign the contract.

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