CMR 36 MOTORS TAKES THE MONEY AND RUNS? Arnot v. CMR 36 Motors Inc. – Antioch (Contra Costa County)
Arnot v. CMR 36 Motors Inc. – Antioch (Contra Costa County)
Our client alleges he bought a 2011 Ford Fusion in February 2018 from CMR 36 Motors, which then went out of business two months after our client’s purchase and never got the vehicle registered to our client! CMR 36 Motors allegedly charged an amount for vehicle license fee that was almost six times more than California law allows, yet never bothered to get the vehicle registered in our client’s name, and our client is still without his plates and tags. If you’ve purchased a vehicle more than 4 months ago and you still haven’t received your permanent license plates and registration tags, please contact email@example.com. Rosner Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you a FREE evaluation of your rights. We are here to help you!