Many dealers send out mailers that pretend to be contests and offer amazing prizes. I've seen them all. Large screen TVs. MP3s. Thousands of dollars. New cars.
I was speaking to an existing dealer fraud client the other day and it was apparent that she had also been subjected to Debt Collection Abuse. I realized I had not addressed Debt Collection Abuse in some time.
Laws in the state of Pennsylvania are constantly in a state of flux. Those pertaining to consumer protection are not an exception. In previous posts we have written about the guidelines in place that dictate what creditors or debt collectors can do when trying to recoup money that is owed. Readers may be aware that if those rules are violated, a debtor may be able to take legal action against the offending parties. Last month several senators introduced a bill that seeks to make a change as to what a creditor or debt collector can do. Specifically, SB 1072 would amend the Pennsylvania Fair Credit Extension Uniformity Act.
This will be the first in a series touching on the widespread misuse by dealers of bogus AS IS disclaimers to get away with fraud.
This will be the first in a series touching on the widespread misuse by dealers of bogus AS IS disclaimers to get away with fraud. This form of Dealer Fraud is getting way out of hand.