Q: I financed my vehicle through a dealership that was in cahoots with the financing co. In 2014. W/ 3 lawsuits
I have kept all my paperwork, payments everything and I recently found that 4 different states filed class action lawsuits against santander at least 3 of the, describe my situation and I can prove it all
Can I too file a lawsuit against the financing co and/or the dealership for the 1 count or 2 counts of illegal selling practice
All these class action lawsuits have been closed in each state. I was never contacted nor aware of these suits otherwise I would have joined. I was overcharged, had to pay the speed pay fees always a hassle & could not get the car w/out Gap. The lending company, Santander as well as the dealership Valley Isle Ford were involved in predatory practices, they never verified my work, although I am/was self employed before going on disability.
My auto loan interest rates do not even add up, I was overcharged. I kept all receipts, correspondence as well as loan papers, bank charges,Everything. As of yesterday car towed. They called harassed, I saved them too
A: If you really found four different states that filed class actions against a dealership, three of which sound like they are after the same relief you are you may have more (and cheaper) options than trying to sue them yourself. Try calling one of the law firms involved in the three similar cases.
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