I went through Davidson and Associates (now just Davidson) a company that supposedly help develop your invention. I sent the a deposit and a sketch of my product. I was advised to send myself a copy and do not open the letter. I still have the let...
Wow! This sounds like an incredibly unlucky/sad story. I'd get in front of an attorney asap to see what can be done! I'll change this to copyright/trademark type law to see what develops.See question
So today I went to Target. The guy up front tells me about the specials and offers me a cell phone with a new contract and line I get $400 dollars of target giftcards ($200 GC each line) and a BOGO free phone as a AT&T deal. I like the deal. I sig...
Unfortunately, the Republicans have virtually outlawed suing companies like AT&T and Target, at least for people. Businesses can still sue them, at least in a real court. So, you have two basic options: a- Sue them in small claims court; b- Ask Sprint to help you out in unwinding the deal. As a third, IMPORTANT option, speak out against the loss of your right to bring a class action, the loss of your right to defeat forced arbitration clauses and at YELP! loudly and often. You can call and write your Congressperson about these issues, they matter!See question
Traded my car in as a down payment and put down a down payment a month ago. Mistake they nor I discussed the 3200 owed on my old car. Now they are calling saying fraud because they sold my car and don't want to pay the balance. If the bank excepte...
This sounds like a LOT of questions. Let me break it down a bit. I sue car dealers for a living. Most of them, if not all of them, are crooks. That does not mean that it is ok to cheat them and they will in most circumstances, not shy away from litigation, even when they are wrong. Here, it sounds like you are wrong, based on the few sentences you've posted. I'd translate your post to, "I owed money on my trade in, they failed to ask me, they failed to do more investigation, they were lax, can I get away with their mistake?" My response is, "While I love to see a car dealer take it in the shorts from time to time, I prefer that it does not happen by a citizen cheating the dealer." So, I advise in taking the high road, always, whether or not you think you commited a fraud. You do not want to find out later, via the court system, that you did. Especially since most car deals have an atty fee clause in them, so that, a loss for you means you pay your atty and their atty...
Good luck going forward.See question
I purchased a vehicle on March 11th, signed the contract, congratulated by the finance manager, and the car salesman, went into finance, was told I didn't need a co signer, or a down payment. Signed my contract, the finance guy was very excited f...
This sounds very much like the old Yo Yo scam which is showing its ugly head more and more around CA these days. Here are a few YouTube videos on it to help you and other readers understand what is going on:
1- Yo Yo Scam #1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipG1oJNyk2o
2- Yo Yo Scam #2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8awzSU4Lb0
3- What I would do if it were me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0zohKnqeds
Good luck with it.See question
Feb 1st 2017 i bought a used car from a good used car dealer. A 2001 nissan pathfinder for 4k down and $200 a month for 15 months. The dealer DID NOT supply me with the vehicles history report, which i heard illegal in california, and he DID give ...
Sorry for your issues. There are many possibilities, twists and turns that could exist in any legal action. An experienced lemon law and auto fraud attorney may be able to help you. Typically they will want to see all of your repair orders, sales documetns and a narrative explaining what happened when and all of the other "Five W's." Most will do a case review at no charge.
Good luck with this.See question
They are making her pay for the repair. She just got the car and the clutch went out. She has a 3 month warranty but it doesn't cover the clutch?
Sorry for your issues:
The two main ways to get some type of relief when someone gets in to a bad car from a dealer are:
1- Warranty Issues;
2- Contract/Fraud issues.
You may have either and the warranty you describe is just ONE type of warranty, an "express" or "written" warranty, but, when you get that type of warranty, you also get "other" warranties, by operation of law, called "implied warranties." It's possible that even if the express warranty does not cover this issue, one of the implied warranties does. An experienced lemon law attorney may be able to help on this issue.
You may have an issue related to the contract itself or a fraud. Again, an experienced lemon law attorney may be able to help on this issue. Most will ask for copies of all documents related to the car and a narrative as to what happened when, with the five Ws, Who, What, Where, When and Why. Most will not charge for the case review.
Here are a few YouTube videos that may address some of your concerns or the concerns of others who may read this post:
1- Should I get an attorney involved? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En4dmlvME1A&t=7s
2- Used Car Lemon Law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezNGJjMqocs
3- No lemon law available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeNkrbPqKVI
4- Inspect any car BEFORE purchase: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZBxmR7cAcY
Good luck with it.See question
I'm currently thinking of pursuing a lemon law claim for my vehicle. Ive had a persistent issue that the dealership service center cannot fix. I have every qualification for a valid lemon law claim - however, I also have a valid claim for negligen...
Sorry for your issues.
The lemon law in CA is quite specific on this issue, that is, that when you bring any lemon law/warranty claim v. dealership the claim must be "indemnified" by the warrantor/manufacturer. So, regardless of claims you may want to bring, you still end up suing manufacturer AND you do not get to double collect on the claim, as the remedies are also spelled out by law. So, there is no advantage, based on what you've stated, to suing dealer also. Further, to bring a claim without an experienced lemon law attorney would be unwise, as the law requires the "bad guy" to pay your attorney in a positive outcome. That takes the pressure off of you to handle it yourself, saves you time and money AND makes sure you have someone(s) who knows what they are doing on board, representing you. Here is a short Youtube video on why having counsel on board makes sense:
Good luck with it!See question
My husband's car has a feature where if you put your feet or wave your foot under the car where the trunk is located it will automatically open or close. When he was placing his stuff in the trunk, he didn't realize that his foot was in position ...
Sorry for your issues. I've seen cases where liftgates would not stay upright and they got good results. This may turn on what the purpose was for buying the vehicle in the first place? Regardless, most lemon law attorneys do not charge anything for an initial consultaiton, so, it may be wise to get one. Good luck with it...See question
Can they do anything to me, left a message stating that if I dont call back my name will be in public records and has called family and friends for me to report back to them, when I called them back of course its a recording or and they will not...
I'm going to have to take a "stab" at this one. I will presume it is in fact someone looking to collect a debt, legitimate or otherwise. Calling your family and/or friends is unlawful in almost all circumstances. That would/could be actionable on its own AND calls for the "bad guy(s)" to pay your attorney. The TCPA (google it) may also be in play here, same results. So, this "sounds like" unfair debt collection. It could be more? I'm going to change this to "debt defense" so that you get some better responses.See question
I bought a car with a co-signer(my mom) APR % still came out to 22% which is like $10K extra. I did not sign the "right to cancel fee" so cant return that way, but I was informed by the dealer that there was a page not signed by my co-signer, coul...
Maybe. All things are possible. IF the only reason you want out is "you changed your mind" that will be a tough hill to climb...
Here's a short YouTube video on possibilities:
Good luck with it.See question