Florida Auto Dealership Fraud Attorney
All too often people are deceived through fraudulent means when it comes to auto dealerships. Some of the most common examples include:
- Misrepresentations about the vehicle that amount to fraud that were made to get you to buy your car or truck
- Changing the terms of the contract after it was executed
- Requiring you to execute a second contract
- Requiring different financing terms after the contract was entered
- Requiring you to sign a contract with blanks that the dealership fills out later
- Failing to disclose terms on the contract required by law
- Selling a vehicle with the wrong mileage on the odometer
- Harassing you into buying a vehicle
- Obtaining your credit without your authorization
- Improper threats to repossess or actual repossession of your car
If you or a loved one has fallen victim to any of these practices, it is important to know that you may have means for recourse. Auto fraud is a very serious offense, and I have worked for more than a decade on these issues. I am now dedicated to helping those who have suffered from it recover financially. I am ready to help you do the same.
Fort Lauderdale Auto Repair Scam Attorney
I take an aggressive stance with auto dealerships because I know they won’t pay anything unless you light a fire under them. I have arrived at significant success helping clients pursue compensation and accountability when they have suffered from:
- Auto dealer fraud
- Auto repair fraud
- Prohibited collection practices
- Deceptive and unfair trade practices
I want to point out that auto dealerships may have their own repair shops and are required to submit a written estimate of repair. If you don’t get a written estimate, you are only required to pay $100 of your bill. People typically just pay the bill, but can sue dealership later to get money back because they never received a written estimate.
To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss odometer rollback, “add-on” concealment or any other type of automotive fraud with Tampa, Florida, auto dealership fraud lawyer Roger D. Mason, II, call 813-304-2131 or email him.