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Researching a Dealership BEFORE Car Shopping


Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for young couple researching.jpgOne way to avoid becoming a victim of auto dealer fraud is to conduct on-line research before car shopping. While positive reviews will not guarantee a good car-buying experience, consumers can frequently avoid the worst dealerships by checking their reputation in advance.

The Yo-Yo Scam: The Car Dealer Takes Back the Car

In the typical Yo-Yo Scam, a car dealership tells the consumer that she is "all set" and that her credit application has been approved. She drives home in her new (or pre-owned) car and shows it off her to her friends, family, and co-workers. About a week later, the car dealer calls and says "There is a problem with the bank. Your application was not approved."

Dan Blinn on Law Talk

Managing Attorney Dan Blinn will be the in-studio guest on WTIC 1080 Law Talk on Saturday, June 28 at 3:00 pm.  He'll be talking about how to avoid getting ripped off at the car dealership.  Feel free to call in and ask any consumer law related questions.

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