in and get a car with four doors well the dealership was going to trade value for his car was 6500 but when he ran the vin number the odometer did not match making the car loose it's value to only 3000. my son went back to the dealership where he purchased the mustang they told him they would investigate. I was told it is illegal to change the odometer reading can my son do anything or is he stuck with paying off a 7000 car but only worth 3000 and can the dealership get into trouble
In response to his posting on this topic, I have already stated, if true, he likely has a good claim for odometer fraud. That claim also forces the dealer to pay his atty.
I agree with my colleagues. I would highly recommend contacting a skilled attorney. Good Luck.
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