Montemayor v. AutoProz, Inc. and Wells Fargo.
The Arbitrator issued a Final Arbitration Award in this case against AutoProz in El Cajon. AutoProz provided a CarFax at the time of sale that did not disclose any accidents or damage. AutoProz intentionally hid an AutoCheck report from our client to prevent him from knowing the Vehicle he was purchasing had structural damage. Wells Fargo, as the Holder/finance company, was found responsible for AutoProz’s deceptive and fraudulent conduct under the holder clause in the sales contract. The Arbitrator awarded the following:
Refund of payments with interest against AutoProz and Wells Fargo;
Punitive damages against AutoProz;
Attorney’s fees and costs against AutoProz and Wells Fargo, including a multiplier; and
An Injunction was entered against AutoProz:
AutoProz is ordered to reveal to every potential customer that the customer may have the vehicle inspected by the mechanic of their choice;
AutoProz is ordered to disclose to every potential customer all repair records regarding the vehicle, all inspection reports regarding the vehicle, any information obtained from any AutoProz inspection of the vehicle, and any CarFax, AutoCheck, NMVTIS or any other vehicle history report in the possession of AutoProz.
AutoProz is also ordered to implement policies, procedures, and training consistent with the ruling.
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