SELLING OVER ADVERTISED PRICE?
McKee v. Big T Auto LLC – Fontana (San Bernardino)
Our client alleges she saw Big T Auto’s online ad for a 2013 Land Rover Range Rover for $15,745, but the dealership staff put the sale price of the Range Rover as $17.250 due to “taxes” – even though the sale contract listed taxes separately from the sale price. Selling a vehicle at a price greater than the advertised price (without taxes, fees, etc.) is illegal! If you were sold a vehicle for a price (not counting taxes, tags, etc.) greater than what was advertised, please contact email@example.com. Rosner Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you a FREE evaluation of your rights. We are here to help you!