Purchased a vehicle with many issues the dealer hid. Paid the firs repair of 1800. and tried to work with salesperson over a few months. Found out sales person was later fired and e-mails were ignored. Also had dealer representative call me on getting service and told them the vehicle was crap and hated it. Dealer did nothing. After being hit with e-mails and nothing, posted comment on dealer rater.com and the made subpar offer and then quit responding to me messages..ignored me. So put the magnets on my truck. My truck, and freedom of speech. it is my opinion that it is a Lemon and they sold it to me that way. Not a new vehicle.. Used vehicle. yes bought "as is" and will keep vehicle. Just do not want others to get screwed as bad as I did.
Can the dealer sue you? Sure. Anyone can sue anybody for anything. Whether they will win is another question. Even if you are 100% in the right, you can still be sued, and it will cost you to defend yourself. You will need to decide if the risk they will sue you and the cost of defense is worthwhile to you.
By the very nature of Avvo, you have only provided limited facts and no documentation, therefore, our response to your question is treated only as a hypothetical, and as such it is merely general in nature. You should not rely on this response in taking or forgoing action in your circumstances without discussing this matter with an attorney. If we had the opportunity to ask you sufficient questions and review relevant documents so that we were satisfied we had all of the relevant facts and circumstances, our response might differ significantly. Without the opportunity to ask you questions, and review all relevant documents and memoranda, we are simply unable to provide any form of legal advice. Our response to your question does not create any attorney-client relationship between us, and we are not acting as your attorney. We reserve the right to decline representation in any case. By answering your question, we are under no obligation to answer further questions. There are very specific deadlines for filing a lawsuit, replying to a lawsuit filed against you, or taking other action in order to preserve your legal rights. You should contact an attorney immediately in order to be fully advised of your rights, and so that you are aware of those deadlines. If you fail to act within the required time frame, you might be forever barred from asserting your rights or defending your position. The attorney answering this question is licensed in Illinois and Iowa only.
Our Rating is calculated using information the lawyer has included on their profile in addition to the information we collect from state bar associations and other organizations that license legal professionals. Attorneys who claim their profiles and provide Avvo with more information tend to have a higher rating than those who do not.What determines Avvo Rating?Experience & background
Years licensed, work experience, educationLegal community recognition
Peer endorsements, associations, awardsLegal thought leadership
Publications, speaking engagementsDiscipline