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Hi everyone.I have a problem.I co-signed for my ex girlfriend and we had an verbal agreement that she would make the payments.But of course ,she did not continue to make payments after maybe 5 payments.As you can guess,we broke up and that is when everything started.She refused make payments because she claimed that i owed her money even though i did not and did not sign anything that i would pay her.How ever ,I paid her about 15 grand and when i stopped paying ,she started not paying for the car to make me pay.I the stupid ,paid another 10 grand and she still wanted more.So I took her the court to get my money back but they claim that we did not make any agreement about her paying monthly payments .And her lawyer says i cannot get anything because I do not have anything to prove about the verbal agreement.Now comes the question;I talked to the sales person who sold the car and also witnessed all the conversation and the agreement that she was going to pay and this person says she would be happy to be my witness and testify for me .If she does testify for me saying she witnessed that she was supposed to pay for the car ,do I still need a letter for the agreement or her testifying for me is enough to win the case?By the way,i do not know the sales person except for being costumer and having purchased a car from her.already thanks to everyone who responds
I guess i need to add more info about the issue.I have all the bank documents regarding all the payments towards to car which i paid 10 grand.I also have the documents which are also legal bank documents about the 15 grand i paid to her.I am not asking the money I put in her personal but the money I paid for the vehicle which is $10000 paid to bank for the car loan.The case is going on in Florida .Thanks again
Correction. Your ex-girlfriend was DENIED a loan, so YOU took out a loan and GAVE her the money to buy a car. You DID sign something agreeing to pay the BANK, which couldn't care less that you broke up, or who has the car. Even if the POPE testified on your behalf, contracts over $5,000 (exact amount varies by state) must be indiana WRITING to be enforceable in court. You have NO CASE under the Statute of Frauds.
What the salesperson saw and heard makes no difference to anyone. What your ex verbally agreed to do means little, if anything. What you paid your ex means little, if anything. The only thing that is important is whether or not you signed a contract to pay the finance company or the bank. Yes, you did. Did you make the payments to the bank that you were obligated to make under the contract? It appears that you did not. If you were obligated to pay the bank, why were you paying her? You said you took her to court. My guess is that you did so without consulting your attorney. You lost. Note that your ex has an attorney. To find out what your options are at this point, CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEY. If it is important, you will consult your attorney. If it is not important, you will use the best guesses that strangers online will offer you. Good luck with that.