Asked in Consumer Law and Lemon Law for Kentucky

Q: What is the best course of action to take with the car lot that committed fraud under the KY consumer protection act

Haven't spoken to car lot since picking vehicle up in Jan. after finding out it has a rebuilt title & 3 recalls that don't know if have been serviced & told DMV that I paid 4,000 instead 1,500 down & 375 mth on balance of 7,000 & got behind due to health issues & got caught up by paying 1,000 & switched to weekly pymnts of 75.00 & right now I'm late on Feb because of my findings They let me know that it's finished & that it's 1075 (I'm guessing it's the pymt + 200 (deposit) for doing the repairs + repairs) to get it back I know I should take them to court but don't know if I should get truck back first or court first we are both disabled with a 1yr 16,17,18 yr old & money is tight & going through a CPS case that we are getting railroaded in & need the truck for Dr appts & CPS said we have to have one

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Hire a lawyer and sue them is your best course of action.

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