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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Emissions Defect Scandal Stench Still Lingers Around Auto Parts Supplier


Q: What was the parts supplier’s role in the emissions defeat devices software scandal?

When reflecting on recent large-scale automotive consumer fraud cases, the Volkswagen brand immediately comes to mind.

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Is “Ford Tough” Tough Enough?


Some say that freezing lemons might be beneficial to your health. But when the potential lemon is a brand new truck whose doors allegedly won't close or lock properly in freezing temperatures, there is certainly no health benefit to that practice. In fact, the owners claim it can be downright dangerous.

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Russian Citizens Claim $2M Fraud by New Jersey Dealership


Q: What action can I take against a dealer who takes my money but fails to deliver the vehicle?

Although exile to Siberia is not an option, a consumer fraud attorney can help people defrauded by unscrupulous auto dealerships.

Recently, a Pennsylvania man operating a dealership in New Jersey was accused of scamming a slew of Russian citizens in a $2 million fraud case.

Reportedly, the dealer, Global Auto Group, in Elizabeth New Jersey, allegedly advertised autos online below market value and then failed to deliver them to Russian consumers who had wired the purchase price payment for the vehicles.


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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Did You Get Scammed by a Used Car Salesman?


There is a reason why “used car salesmen” frequently tops the list of most hated professions. Although there are some honest dealers out there, many used car salespeople offer deals that turn out to be no good. For example, a dealer up in Lodi, NJ was recently busted a dealer for selling cars with rolled back odometers and undisclosed accidents. That same dealer was also hiding the details of their financing and fees in fine print that was nearly impossible to read, or not disclosing this information at all! Unfortunately, these illegal sales gimmicks are all too common.

Misrepresentations

Did you buy a used car the dealer assured you was in great shape only to discover it needs major repairs? Did the check engine light turn on the minute you pulled out of the dealer’s lot? If the car you bought is not in as good of shape as the seller promised, you may be able to return it or get the seller to pay for necessary repairs.


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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Legislation Would Protect Consumers from Giving Up Their Right to Sue


Can a consumer who bought a defective automobile be required to waive the right to bring a lawsuit under the New Jersey Lemon Law?

All too often, consumer contracts make it hard for purchasers to bring an action for fraud, breach of contract or other wrongdoing by a seller. When buying a new or used automobile, consumers are sometimes required to waive their rights to file a lawsuit and instead must accept provisions forcing them to resolve disputes through arbitration.

A recent New Jersey bill would change that. The Read more . . .


Friday, October 10, 2014

Consumer Protection Lawsuit Against NJ Used Car Dealer Settled


New Jersey state law protects consumers against fraud.  Nevertheless, fraud still happens and when a consumer is the victim they may have recourse under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.  As a recent case illustrates, complaints of this kind are handled by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and can often lead to compensation.

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