Campos v. Extreme Cars & Trucks


On July 23, 2018, our client entered into a contract with Extreme Cars & Trucks, Inc., located in Redlands in San Bernardino County, for the sale of a used 2008 Chevrolet Silverado. As part of the sale our client made a down payment and took delivery of the Chevy Silverado. The sales contract read in pertinent part under Section 8, subtitled: “Seller’ Right to Cancel” as follows: “Seller shall give you written notice (or in any other manner in which actual notice is given to you) within 10 days of the date of this contract is signed if Seller elects to cancel. Upon receipt of such notice you must immediately return the vehicle to the Seller in the same condition as when sold, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Seller must give back to you all consideration received by Seller, including any trade-in vehicle . . .”

Our client alleges that after the sale, he received a letter from Extreme Cars & Trucks, Inc., dated August 2, 2018, entitled “Notice of Election to Rescind” that cancelled his purchase. When our client went back to Extreme Cars & Trucks and attempted to return the 2008 Chevy Silverado, Extreme Cars & Trucks refused to accept the surrender of the Silverado and refused to return his down payment. When he tried again the next day, Extreme Cars & Trucks again refused to accept the truck or return his down payment.

If you purchased a car, truck or SUV from Extreme Cars & Trucks in Redlands, California or any other car dealership, and your contract was cancelled, and then reinstated without your consent, or if misrepresentations were made to you in any other way, please contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your situation. Let us put over 30 years of experience with car dealers, to work for you.