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I went to view a car at a local dealer yesterday after phoning first,
they said on the phone that if I wanted the car after viewing there would be a £100 deposit to secure.
I went and viewed it and although the advert said it had a full MOT,
the dealer had to get it done after I had looked at it,
it came back 30 mins later with a certificate and an advisory that said "brake pipe line corroded".
The salesman also insisted the deposit would be £200 not £100.
I left a deposit but on looking into the vehicle history when I got home,
it showed that in 2015 it failed an MOT on, nearside & offside rear brake pipes were excessively corroded.
Strangely the latest inspection doesn't state front/rear offside/nearside is at fault.
As I want a car for taking my two young sons out, I feel maybe this car is not the one for me.
Can anybody tell me as I only paid the deposit yesterday,
due to the advisory,
am I entitled to get my deposit back ?