1. State Files Lawsuit Against Used Car Dealer 

 

The New Jersey Attorney General filed a lawsuit against two “Buy Here-Pay Here” auto dealerships and their owner for allegedly unconscionable and deceptive lending practices.

The complaint alleges that defendants sold high-mileage, used autos at grossly inflated prices with excessive down payments; financed the sales through in-house loans with high interest rates and “draconian” terms that created a high risk of default; and then repossessed and resold the vehicles over and over again to different consumers in a practice they refer to as “churning.” The defendants also allegedly engaged in deceptive advertising, failed to disclose the damage and/or required substantial repair and bodywork required for used motor vehicles, and failed to provide consumers with complete copies of signed sales documents, including financing agreements. The complaint alleges that these practices violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Advertising Regulations, the Automotive Sales Regulations, and the state Used Car Lemon law and regulations. New Jersey Attorney General files suit against used car dealer

 

2. Sources

Automobile dealer fraud overview

Typical mistakes in lemon law trials 

Have you been deceived in a used car transaction.

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Do Not Call List Recent Cases and Developments

 

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Are You getting deluged with robocalls, solicitations, and schemes.  You can stop them.

 

1. Do Not Call List Claims

The federal do not call list allows a consumer to list his number and get $500-1,500 if calls are unlawfully made.  Our office has settled a number of claims.

 

 

2. Recent Developments

Here are some new posts about the law and developments.

FTC Blog Links and Posts 

Vacation and Do Not Call List

Have you been called about timeshares, resorts, or other vacation programs.  If you registered for the Do Not Call List, these calls are unlawful.

1. A program to Stop the Calls

Imagine if you parked in a high traffic area in midtown New York City, (where parking rates can be as high as $60-75 per day) and someone left a note saying saying parking was not permitted but no ticket.  Alternatively, imagine if your car was towed and you faced a 90.00 ticket and towing charges.  You might be angry with your towed car, but would probably not park there again.  Likewise with the telemarketers.

Telling them nicely not to call or saying you’re on the Do Not Call List usually does little.  You need to have them face a penalty and that is what we help you do.  After 1 or at most 2 claims, they will probably decide to call another number.

2. What Information is Needed

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First, we need to know who is calling.  You may want to listen to their pitch and gently find out the name of the company.  Better yet, get a website.  Please write down the date and time of the call and the number calling if possible.  With that, if there is a U.S. company involved, we can contact them and present a claim.  There is no cost to the client, and we have settled a number of Do Not Call cases.

3. Do Not List Sources

Do Not Call Questions and Answers

Federal Do Not Call List Site

Do Not Call List Site

Stop the Calls and Get Compensation.  Free Consultation,

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