Wills v. RN Auto Sales, Inc – Sacramento (Sacramento County)

Our client bought a 2008 Mercedes from RN Auto Sales in March 2021. She alleges the Mercedes was sold to her with a broken seat belt clip, which RN Auto Sales promised to fix when a replacement part was available. On June 9, 2021, RN Auto Sales allegedly called our client to say that she needed to bring in the Mercedes because the replacement part was available. On June 10, 2021, our client allegedly made her June 2021 payment which kept her account with Westlake current. However, when our client took the Mercedes to RN Auto Sales later that day for repair of the seat belt clip, RN Auto Sales allegedly refused to return the Mercedes and told our client the Mercedes was being repoed – despite our client being current on her payments – and then admitted to our client that the request to bring in the Mercedes for repair was a lure to get the Mercedes repossessed. Neither RN Auto Sales nor Westlake gave our client a post-repossession notice.  If you’ve had your vehicle repossessed by anyone but your lender, or had your vehicle repossessed when you’re not behind on payments, or never received a post-repossession notice, please contact  Rosner Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you a FREE evaluation of your rights.  We are here to help you!