Class Action Lawsuit Against Car Pros Kia in Carson
Auto Fraud Legal Center has filed a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of Lisa Williams and four classes of auto purchasers against Car Pros Kia, AmeriCredit Financial Services, and ExpressLink. The first class identified in Ms. Williams’ lawsuit is consumers who purchased vehicles from Car Pros Kia and signed contracts that fail to disclose deferred down payments, instead falsely stating the customer had made a cash down payment. The second class identified in Ms. Williams’ lawsuit is consumers who purchased vehicles from Car Pros Kia in Carson and whose contracts do not separately itemize fees due to the DMV for license fees and registration, transfer, and titling fees. A subclass is identified in Ms. Williams’ lawsuit of those car buyers whose purchase contracts are held by AmeriCredit Financial Services. The third class identified in Ms. Williams’ lawsuit is those car buyers at Car Pros Kia in Carson who were charged California Tire Fees for used tires, rather than new tires. Finally, the fourth class in Ms. Williams’ lawsuit are consumers who purchased vehicles in California and were provided with insurance coverage by the dealership using ExpressLink’s “Insure Express” software, and were provided with an “Evidence of Auto Insurance” document that misrepresented the scope of the insurance.
If any of these practices happened to you at Car Pros Kia in Carson, or any other dealership in California, and you would like more information about this class action case or how the Auto Fraud Legal Center can help you, please feel free to contact Hawk Barry, either by phone at 800-466-5366, or via electronic mail at email@example.com.