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Accidentally sold my car for 8k when tooting at someone (e muscle) at the car dealership


MrMethaneMan
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Title is pretty self explanatory but i was in my favorite car at the car dealership at 940 when i drove over the blue highlighted area and tooted simultaneously as the message showed up saying press e to sell your Subaru WRX for $8500. I had no time to react and try cancel the mistake and it was completely unintentional and unlucky that it happend. If i could somehow get my Subaru back that would be awesome or else get the money back that it is worth that would be just as good. LMK ASAP. Cheers

 

Top pic shows me demonstrating what happend

Bottom pic shows right after it happend

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Hey Bud,
IMO this was 300% your fault and you don't deserve a refund at all but you can plead your case in a general ticket.

Be warned, general tickets take ages to get looked at and they take note of poorly written / dumb requests.

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