DEALER SELLS ACCIDENT-DAMAGED JEEP CHEROKEE, FAILS TO PROVIDE TITLE, CLAIMS BUYER ONLY RENTED IT?
Hernandez v. Auto Prime dba Select Auto – Long Beach (Los Angeles)
Our client alleges that in July 2020 she bought a 2015 Jeep Cherokee from Select Auto, which was advertised with a sale price of $9,700. The Select Auto manager allegedly told our client the Jeep had not been in any accidents or crashes, so our client paid $9,500 for the Jeep. When our client contacted Select Auto after several months because she had not received the permanent registration and tags for the Jeep, Select Auto’s manager allegedly claimed that our client still owed another $6,900 and that our client had only rented the Jeep, not purchased it. If you bought a car with concealed prior accident damage or never got the title and tags, please contact email@example.com for a FREE consultation!