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Consumer Sues Extreme Cars and Trucks for Backdating Vehicle Purchase Contracts

New Lawsuit Against Extreme Cars and Trucks, Inc.

The Vachon Law Firm announces the November 3, 2011 filing of the class action lawsuit Luna v. Extreme Cars and Trucks, Inc. in the San Bernardino County Superior Court (Case No. CIVDS 1112973). The defendant, Extreme Cars and Trucks is a car dealership that operates out of Redlands, California. The plaintiff is a San Bernardino, California consumer who is being represented by the Vachon Law Firm. Chase Auto Finance Corp. has also been named as a defendant.

The lawsuit’s complaint alleges that Extreme Cars and Trucks, Inc.: (1) sold the plaintiff an accident-damaged used car without disclosing the collision damage; (2) falsified the down payment amounts in the vehicle’s purchase contract in order to hide deferred down payments; (3) charged the plaintiff for an optional item without first obtaining his consent; and (4) backdated the contract.

The complaint goes on to allege that Extreme Cars and Trucks breached the implied warranty of merchantability” and violated additional California consumer-protection statutes.

Note: The San Bernardino County Superior Court has not ruled on whether the complaint’s allegations are true.

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