What Are Your Legal Rights?
If you believe that you may have been a victim of Auto Dealer Fraud, you have legal rights! Pursuant to California and Federal laws, you may be entitled to a full rescission of your lease/purchase contract and payment for your damages, including a refund of the total amount of money you have spent on the vehicle, any and all consequential and incidental damages, punitive damages, and attorney’s fees and costs. What this means is that you may receive full compensation at absolutely NO CHARGE to you – COMPLETELY FREE!
What Is Auto Dealer Fraud?
Auto dealer fraud is a term that describes deceptive and unlawful practices used by automobile dealers at almost any stage of the vehicle lease or purchase process. This includes advertising, negotiating, and the finalizing of vehicle pricing and financing terms.
Non-disclosure of insurance salvage, revived salvage or flood-damaged vehicle
Non-disclosure of prior use as a taxicab, rental vehicle, or public
Non-disclosure of odometer tampering (rollback)
Misrepresentation regarding the certification of a used vehicle
The sale of a vehicle as New when it is actually Used
Failure to sell the vehicle at the advertised price
Failure to provide a copy of the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) Report for a used vehicle (applicable only to purchases after July 1, 2012)
Please note that this list is not exclusive and other situations may also apply. Please contact Glendale Law Group for a thorough consultation and case evaluation.