Case: Client v. Infiniti Dealership Claim Type: Dealer Fraud Vehicle Year: 2019 Vehicle Model: Infiniti Vehicle Make: QX60 New/Used: New Contract Type: Lease Specs: N/A Defects & Repair Attempts: Damaged headlights The client saw that one of the headlights would have water moisturize inside and leave droplets, obscuring the headlights. The client took this to
Why is the Dealership Asking Me to Sign a New Contract? Typical scenario: You purchase a car and drive it home. A few days later, you receive a call from the dealership, informing you that you did not qualify for financing and you will either need to return the vehicle or sign a new contract.
One of the most common types of consumer fraud is auto dealer fraud. Auto dealer fraud occurs when a car dealer misrepresents, conceals, or fails to disclose an important fact concerning the sale of a new or used vehicle. Though car dealer fraud is a widespread problem in the United States, consumers do have rights