Dealership Allegedly Charged $2,500 for Service Contract Represented to Have Been Free – Lee v. Culver City Toyota, et al.
In Lee v. Culver City Toyota, our client alleges a sales manager at Culver City Toyota offered to include “comprehensive coverage” for the vehicle at no charge. The client was taken aback when he later realized he was in fact charged $2,500 for this coverage.
Worse, our client further alleges that when he returned to the dealership to express his concern, the sales manager had him sign an agreement to cancel this coverage and have the $2,500 refunded to his finance company. However, when the client called his finance company weeks later, his finance company stated it was never given a refund for this amount, meaning he remains obligated to pay the $2,500.
If you, too, were charged for a service contract represented to be free, contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for a FREE evaluation of your rights.