Did the Dealer Charge You More Than the Advertised Price? Call Us!
Rosner Barry & Babbitt represents a client who purchased a 2015 Jeep Wrangler from Moss Bros. in Riverside. Our client alleges he was charged nearly $7,500 more than the advertised price. When our client questioned Moss Bros about the price increase, Moss Bros allegedly claimed the advertised price was the “cash price” while our client was charged the “financing price.” It is illegal for a dealer to sell a vehicle for more than the advertised price. It’s also illegal to charge cash customers one price and customers who finance another, higher price unless the additional “finance charge” is separately disclosed.
Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center has been representing consumers in California for over thirty years. If a dealer sold you a vehicle for more than the advertised price, contact Lacee Smith for a free evaluation of your situation. firstname.lastname@example.org