Knoxville, TN asked in Uncategorized for Tennessee

Q: Can I sue a dealership for not providing the products that are in my deal sheet? Specifically an extended warranty.

The warranty is on my signed contract, in the financing of the vehicle. I have a signed contract in hand, but the dealership never registered my warranty. Now that I am in need of using the warranty, it is not activated and is not being honored.

I have attempted contact with the dealership on 09/02(left voicemail), 09/05(received a call back and assurance that they would “make it right”, but no response after that call), 09/06 (left voicemail with no response).

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Anthony M. Avery
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  • Knoxville, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: Your breach of contract action is apparently against the dealer, not the warranty carrier. You will need to hire an attorney to pursue a remedy. All possible documentary evidence will be needed, including possible advertisements.TN consumer protection act might be involved also.

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