My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: CA
Purchasing a car from CA. I love the car and want to receive it ASAP via shipping that I pre-arranged. I am out of state.
On cash, paid in full (credit card + wire) immediately.
Dealer asked me to sign various online credit related forms that I repeatedly many times refused, speaking with various personal at dealership about the issue and my objections.
I have sent all legitimate required items, Driver license, SS#, Insurance, all items requested, except I have forcefully pushed dealer back on various extra information items their online website mandated like info on my credit obligations, home mortgage, employment etc, etc.
Dealer stated identity authorization is required otherwise deal will not go through, provided me link to a simplified online app. I consented.
Upon completion, it told me thank you for completing 'credit' application. I protested on that notification.
Dealer insisted that they will mail me forms that I need to sign in ink and get notarized and to send back, or they will not release vehicle.
I received forms. To my chagrin, one was my credit report and asked me to sign my credit report. I signed it and put 'shame on you. I do not and did not consent'.
A few forms were fully appropriate, however, most were to me very in-appropriate. They had strong legal statements (requiring notarized signatures) like I am willingly signing and readily consent to the vehicle being "financed". I crossed out in-appropriate sections best I could and send packet back.
I am now stuck. I risk the dealer cancelling my deal. I want the car, but dealer (in my view) is totally un-fair. To me this is violation of my privacy.
Question 1: Are there consumer laws that protect my right to: a) purchase the vehicle, b) without further delay, c) the dealer not forcing me to sign what I perceive totally in-appropriate papers.
Question 2: What if the dealer does not accept the forms (where I crossed out items and stated I do not consent).
Question 3: What if the dealer to teach a lesson for my standing up for my rights, does not respond to me on time, and I keep waiting and waiting, wasting my time, as well incurring expenses in connection to shipping.