One of our Southern California lemon law attorneys has just released a statement concerning a lawsuit complaint regarding an illegal business practice led by the San Bernardino, California Kia dealership Allstar Kia.
According to the official complaint, the dealership falsified credit applications of an elderly consumer, took advantage of the Plaintiff’s poor eyesight and limited English-language skills by leading her to sign a purchase contract without making all details listed on the contract clear.
The customer was responding to the “Cash for Clunkers” advertisement that promised car owners they would pay up to $5,000 for any clunker cars. The dealer went on to simply fail to credit the Plaintiff with the amount previously promised by the advertisement and reportedly boosted the victim’s income on her credit application in order to get her financed.
Allstar customers who may have experienced the same illegal business practice while responding to the “Cash for Clunkers” ad are encouraged to contact the prominent Southern California lemon law attorney at once.
For more on this lawsuit and how to contact the attorney, click here.