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 we have worked for more than a decade on these issues. We are dedicated to helping those who have suffered from it recover financially. We are ready to help you do the same.
We take an aggressive stance with auto dealerships because we know they won’t pay anything unless you light a fire under them. We have arrived at significant success helping clients pursue compensation and accountability when they have suffered from:
Note: 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 you can sue the dealership later to get money back because you never received a written estimate.