Deferred Downpayments Must Be Properly Disclosed

Our client was thrilled when he purchased his 2009 Honda Accord from Pacific Honda, located in San Diego, California. But more than one month after purchase, a salesperson from the dealership called to tell him that he needed to pay more money as a down payment in order to keep the car. Our client did not know at the time that a dealer in California only has 10 days to cancel a purchase contract, and this was a scheme to bilk more money from an unsuspecting consumer. Our client agreed to pay more money, and Pacific Honda set a payment schedule which was never disclosed in the contract – a violation of finance laws. Now, after contacting Rosner, Barry & Babbitt, our client will get justice for Pacific Honda’s fraudulent acts.

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