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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: Who do I contact or what can I do about a Used Auto Dealership, trying to fraud me?

I financed a vehicle for 13,000. Everything got finializied, the Finance guy at the dealership is trying to fraud me out of money for things that dont connect with my loan or contract, is threatening me and trying to use scare-tactics to have me voluntary repo the car and still be at fault for a... View More

Marcus A. Ross
Marcus A. Ross
answered on Feb 29, 2024

You can contact the Ohio Attorney General’s Office Consumer Fraud Division which deals with fraud and deceptive trade and sales practices by businesses like automobile dealerships and report tge fraudulent behavior. You also obviously have the option of filing a civil action against the finance... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: How do I know when it's time to get a lawyer related to a consumer issue? Bad flooring, now on second repair.

Company sometimes doesn't answer their phone. I want my entire floor replaced. I'm tired of having repairs.

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Aug 13, 2021

It sounds like it probably is time to contact a lawyer right now.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: Can I sue vroom, an online car dealership for fraud?

They falsely advertised the condition and features included on the car. They also claimed this vehicle has a clean title; however, the car has had electrical issues since day one. I have several reasons to believe this car has previously been in a wreck after taking it to a mechanic. The company... View More

Hunter G. Cavell
Hunter G. Cavell
answered on Jul 17, 2021

You should speak with an attorney about this. There could be a bait-and-switch issue in your situation. The question is, what would you like to get from the dealer?

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Consumer Law and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: In vehicle Lemon Law, if a manufacturer files bankruptcy, does the manufacturer still have to honor lemon repurchase?

Repurchase/replacement of lemon vehicle.

Would I be better off waiting to file for lemon replacement until AFTER the manufacturer declares BK and is out of it, or would a person be better off filing BEFORE the BK is announced, and try to race the manufacturer's potential BK?

I... View More

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Apr 20, 2020

Generally no. But it can be case specific so you should check with the trustee.

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: Hi..I purchased a Bentley from a dealer in Cleveland OH and I Beilieve details were not disclosed./fraud sale

Vehicle on day one broke down ended up needing two batteries for 750 dollars, then immediately needed 3k repairs which didn’t resolve some issues. Bottom of car completely rusted and local mechanic said it has sustained water damage. Dealer sent me check for 1500.00 which is no where near... View More

Nicholas P. Weiss
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answered on Apr 11, 2020

Check your contract. If you purchased the car "as is" and no affirmative misrepresentations about the car were made, you are likely out of luck. If the dealer made affirmative misrepresentations about the quality of the car, you may have a cause of action under Ohio's Consumer Sales... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: how did the lemon v. kurtzman case moved up to the Supreme Court?

the Lemon v. Kurtzman case in 197!!

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Jan 18, 2019

It went to the Supreme Court through the appellate process like almost every other case that ever got there.

1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: What qualifies for auto dealer fraud?

Purchased a used truck from local dealership for $23,157 less than 3 months ago. Was told vehicle had been through a 120+ point inspection at time of purchase. Very nice, clean truck with low mileage. We have not had the truck off road, we don't drive it daily. 1 week ago we heard a weird... View More

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Jul 16, 2018

It sounds like you have a pretty good issue for a consumer protection lawsuit against the dealership.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Juvenile Law and Lemon Law for Ohio on
Q: Was the courts. In the wrong to bring up my illness and my criminal record regarding me being able to care for my kids ?

My kids have suffered alot of close dealth s in the past year they lost their mother and grandfather also my step son lost his bialogic mother and father i had them in consoling but they was acting out at school. Now I am fighting to get them back home where they belong

Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
answered on Mar 15, 2016

No, the courts can consider anything relevant when deciding what to do for a child's welfare.

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