fraudulent practicesAutomobile dealerships are most concerned about their profits. For this purpose they use different schemes to defraud consumers. These fraudulent practices include, but are not limited to, misrepresenting discounts in advertising and not disclosing vehicle’s history, altering the terms of the contract and forging signatures, inflating quotes of monthly payments and then selling add-on products such as service contracts, paint sealant and alarms as if they were part of the deal, and adding amounts owed on trade-in vehicles to a purchase or lease contract without disclosure to the consumer.

Most consumers are unaware of these frauds. If you would like to have your potential claim investigated, consult with an experienced automobile fraud attorney.


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