Expect To Pay More For A Used Car As Supply Shrinks

Expect To Pay More For A Used Car As Supply Shrinks

Between June and November of 2008, while the nation plunged into economic turmoil, car leasing dropped off by 58% as people looked to save money wherever possible. Fast forward to the present day where, because of that drop-off in leased vehicles, the supply of late-model vehicles coming up for resale will soon be shrinking. [More]

Target Tests Game, Movie Trading Waters

Target Tests Game, Movie Trading Waters

Target wants in on GameStop’s trade-in scene. Locations in northern California started a pilot video game and movie trade-in program Wednesday, with plans to spread the program to 850 stores by year’s end, Gamasutra reports. [More]

Man Puts Deposit Down On Used Car, Backs Out, Can't Get Money Back

Man Puts Deposit Down On Used Car, Backs Out, Can't Get Money Back

Back in April, Nait put a $500 refundable deposit down on a used car, then decided he didn’t want to buy it anymore when he found it needed $10,000 in repairs. Five months later, neither the dealership nor Capital One, will refund his money. He gives a blow-by blow here.