I bought a used car and on the carfaxs's it stated it had structural damage. The dealer said it was minor and nothing to worry about. Two weeks later I took it to the dealership for a repair. The dealership inspected the car and told me it had a major accident at the front. In the end I found out my car was almost worthless and leased a new one. Please help.
Misrepresentation of a prior accident is unlawful and a potential violation of Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (FDUTPA). Contact a lawyer asap.
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