Auto Fraud Legal Center’s Auto Fraud Legal Center Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Fremont Toyota
Auto Fraud Legal Center has filed a class action lawsuit in Alameda County Superior Court on behalf of Amoura Burton and three classes of auto purchasers against Fremont Toyota. The first class identified in Ms. Burton’s lawsuit is consumers who purchased vehicles from Fremont Toyota and signed backdated contracts. Ms. Burton alleges Fremont Toyota would cancel contracts and have customers sign new contracts, and the new contracts would be dated the date of the customer’s original contract. The second class identified in Ms. Burton’s lawsuit is consumers who purchased vehicles from Fremont Toyota and were automatically charged an Optional DMV Electronic Filing Fee. Ms. Burton alleges that instead of giving customers the choice of whether to pay Fremont Toyota to electronically submit their registration information to the DMV, Fremont Toyota automatically charged its customers for this service, profiting on every deal. Finally, the third class of consumers identified in Ms. Burton’s lawsuit are those consumers who purchased vehicles from Fremont Toyota and signed a Debit Authorization Form. Ms. Burton alleges the Debit Authorization Form contains provisions in violation of California law.
If any of these practices happened to you at Fremont Toyota, or any other dealership in California, and you would like more information about this class action case or how the Auto Fraud Legal Center can help you, please feel free to contact Hawk Barry, either by phone at 800-466-5366, or via electronic mail at email@example.com.