For most people, buying a new car can be an exciting and rewarding time. For many New Mexicans, cars are a necessity to get to work and take care of their families. However, it happens all too often that sales representatives misrepresent the condition of the vehicle to consumers to simply sell the car and cash their commission check. Even worse, it can sometimes take weeks or months to find out there are issues with the vehicle that were not disclosed to the consumer.
Auto fraud can happen in a variety of ways. It can include not disclosing previous wreck damage on a vehicle, selling a used vehicle as a new vehicle, improper disclosure of mileage, and much more. Essentially, it boils down to misrepresenting a vehicle to the consumer. As a consumer, you have rights and if you believe you have fallen victim to auto fraud, give us a call today for your free consultation.