I am a victim of bank negligence. Bank didn’t properly monitor my mortgage account and fraudsters operated it at will depositing monies and reversing as they pleased. The whole scheme by the fraudsters was a scam where they deposited monies into mortgage, and offering discounts in return where... View More
Yes. Obviously this will require some digging into the facts and documentation, but this sounds like an issue where the bank reasonably should have seen that harm was being caused to its customers through illegal means. The bank isn't allowed to just bury its head in the sand. I have...View More
The company is Teletrac upon merging with Navman in 2018. They had no record regarding my contract, nor equipment installed in vehicle, yet continued charging for monitoring that did not exist. I ask reimbursing annual fee of $180 to 2018. They will not. They only agree to reimburse from August... View More
Based on these facts, it sounds like those claims would be viable as well as others under California consumer protection statutes. Of course, statutes of limitations apply so you should talk to an attorney experienced in handling class actions, and specifically consumer claims such as these, as...View More
I bought the car from a Lexus dealership December 2022, it's a 2021 Nissan Rogue SL with 32,000 miles. I traded in my paid off 2023 KIA Soul, they gave me $22,000 for it and I had to put down a extra $2,000 so all together was $24,000 as a down payment for this Rogue, I needed something... View More
Sounds like a "yes" . . . Where you are referring to as a warranty is probably an extended warranty or service contract. It may still be under the original manufacturer's warranty and with the recalls and general deceptive/opportunistic sales situation, it sounds like you should...View More
We thought we got a good deal on a car. But on contract signing, we noticed there were warranty add ons totaling $6000. We told the financial guy we did not want all those, and he said it is part of the financing agreement since my husband is a first time buyer. My husband signed the contract and... View More
Many car buyers get talked into buying an extended warranty they didn't want or need by a car salesperson who earns a commission by selling it. They then get home, do their research and learn that these are rarely worth the money.
Unfortunately, there's not enough information to...View More
I finance a vehicle 7/31/23 the next day i printed out my contract and notice some errors i went to the dealership and requested them to be removed GAP paint protection VSI the finance person claimed this were required. They are violating the FTC . Also they are Misrepresenting credit score giving... View More
If you're correct about these facts you have reason to be upset and your legal rights have been violated. You should contact an attorney experienced in handling automobile fraud cases as soon as possible to discuss your situation.
Bank said check wasn’t in the system. Called company and they said I would have to wait a couple of hours for the check to clear. I signed over my ownership of the car shouldn’t funds be immediately available?
It sounds like the issue is more about your bank than the business you sold your vehicle to. Though it seems strange that the business would have a comment on this at all unless they use the same bank that you tried to cash the check at . . . either way, more...View More
I bought a brand new Tacoma in October of 2021. I expected to pay over MSRP due to the chip shortages and was okay with that. They did not have any at the dealership, so when I got there, the dealer looked online and found 3 available colors. I chose the one I liked and he printed out the ad with... View More
A consumer attorney experienced in this area could easily review your RISC to confirm your situation and inform you of your rights. You have a limited time to pursue legal action-it seems that two years have passed- so you should contact an attorney immediately.
I just purchased a brand new 2022 RV from a dealership. We purchased it about 2 hours away from our home. When we got it home that same day of purchase, the slide out was malfunctioning. After getting a mobile repairman out for inspection he found that the wiring was faulty and slide out damaged.... View More
The buyer has the option to demand repair or replacement for violations of California's Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, the "lemon law." It is a violation, subject to limitations, for a warranteed product to be out of service for 30 days or more. You should contact an experienced...View More
I reached out to the chain franchise and they reassured me the franchise I went to was participating in the promotion. The specific franchise is profiting off not honoring a popular promotion. I’ve been there twice and had the same issue.
There are missing facts here but it sounds like a corporation is falsely advertising a promotion without a disclaimer that the offer may not be available at all locations. Or maybe not. You should consult with an attorney experienced in consumer class actions.
The CA DMV is asking for information on the federal label on my General Motors vehicle. The label has faded, and General Motors will not provide me the information needed, despite the vehicle code stating that they must provide this. The matter has taken over 6 months to sort through, cost me over... View More
You could contact a consumer attorney for representation under California consumer protection statutes and have a court provide injunctive relief to correct GM's failure to act in accordance with the Cal. vehicle code
Long story short, I purchased a product that was not as advertised and does not hold up to the claims that the company makes on their website and they refuse to give me a refund. They have been investigated by the BBB because of how many claims other customers made against this company for doing... View More
The answer to your question is that you should contact an experienced class action attorney. An attorney will consult with you for free, gather all the relevant available information, conduct an independent investigation, and let you know whether or not they see an actionable claim.
The answer, as with most questions asked of lawyers online, is: "it depends" and "message boards are no substitute for legal advice." Here, there just aren't enough facts to provide a complete legal analysis. However, if your check was the standard $1,400 stimulus...View More
With cracks in the frame it sounds like--regardless of the fuel injectors or transmission--the car is unsafe to drive. You should find competent mechanics and follow their advice. Under the facts as represented your vehicle must have been out of service for prolonged periods and, if under warranty,...View More
Sorry to hear about your problem in getting your money back. You should consult with a consumer law attorney and possibly law enforcement as soon as possible. You haven't included much information here, but this could be a problem with the company, the third party selling you the car, or with...View More
I recently purchased pet insurance. When I filled in my information online and all of my pets information, I was quoted $555 for the year. I elected to pay the year balance instead of the monthly payments, and pressed the 'Complete' button (the number $555 had not changed). I am reviewing... View More
I recently purchased a vehicle from a Chevrolet dealership in San Diego, CA. I had horrible credit at the time and was only able to be approved with a large down-payment, which I was able to make happen. The amount on the paperwork does not even closely reflect the $12,000 I put down. What can be... View More
I have received this email and I want to know if it is legitimate, I emailed asking what it was in regards to and they sent an email with minimal information and told me to pay a certain amount of money to close it. They could not tell me when where or how they got my information, but that they... View More
I recently purchased a vehicle which was listed as "125k original miles."
I found a service document listing this vehicle at 161,422 miles on 7/20/17. The VIN and license number match. However, the gauge cluster reads 125k miles. Because of the increase in miles, there is a... View More
Federal statutes were enacted to protect consumers from odometer fraud. For the reasons you mention and others, misrepresenting the actual mileage of a used vehicle can cause serious problems. You should contact a competent attorney who has a specialized consumer law...View More
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