Class Action Lawsuit Against Timmons Long Beach and Chase Auto Finance
Auto Fraud Legal Center has filed a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of Sandra Dulac and two classes of auto purchasers against Timmons Long Beach and Chase Auto Finance. The first class identified in Ms. Dulac’s lawsuit is consumers who purchased vehicles from Timmons Long Beach and whose contracts do not separately itemize fees due to the DMV for license fees and registration, transfer, and titling fees. The second class identified in Ms. Dulac’s lawsuit is all car buyers in California whose purchase contracts do not separately itemize fees due to the DMV for license fees and registration, transfer, and titling fees, and whose contracts are held by Chase Auto Finance. Ms. Dulac purchased a new Volkswagen Routan from Timmons Long Beach in July 2009, and her contract falsely stated registration, transfer, and titling fees were not applicable to her transaction. Ms. Dulac’s contract was assigned by Timmons Long Beach to Chase Auto Finance. The contract, the standard form vehicle purchase contract used in California, included a clause whereby the holder of the contract, in this case Chase Auto Finance, agreed to be responsible for any claims that could be brought against the seller, Timmons Long Beach.
If any of these practices happened to you at Timmons Long Beach, or any other dealership in California, or your contract was assigned to Chase Auto Finance, 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.