McKee v. Big T Auto LLC et al – Fontana (San Bernardino County)
Our client alleges she bought a 2013 Land Rover Range Rover from Big T Auto in November 2019. Big T Auto advertised the Land Rover at $15,750, but put $17,250 as the sale price on the contract and allegedly told our client it was due to “taxes.” Selling a vehicle at a price greater than the advertised price is illegal! Also, Big T Auto falsely listed the downpayment for the vehicle as $3,000 with none of it deferred to a later date, even though our client was to pay only $2,000 upfront and then pay the remaining $1000 later, and asked our client to lie to the finance company about the downpayment. If any portion of a downpayment is deferred to a date after the date of purchase, the deferred downpayment must be reported on the contract. If you’ve bought a vehicle with a price on the contract that’s more than what was in the ads, or you bought a car with a downpayment not reported on the contract, please contact Rosner Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center will provide you a FREE evaluation of your rights. We are here to help you!