FORD LEMON LAW FRAUD ? 

If This Happened to YOU...

We'd Like to Know

 

      When Ford Motors repurchases your defective Vehicle, they typically pay off the balance of your loan and refund to you the total you've paid, including the down payment and monthly payments.

 

    The amount they pay you, however, is reduced by a usage charge 

for "wear and tear" on the vehicle. The usage reduction is based on the number of miles on the vehicle, Sounds fair enough, right?.

 

     Here is where the FRAUD occurs: In determining the usage reduction - of the amount they pay and you get - Ford has used the number of miles on the vehicle at the time of the repurchase. Consumers don't realize their pockets are being picked.

 

    The California Lemon Law mandates that the mileage used to calculate the usage deduction must be the mileage when you FIRST bring the vehicle in for repair of the defect. NOT the higher mileage after the Dealer has failed to repair the defect in four or more attempts.

 

  . The higher mileage used by Ford, obviously, results in a greater reduction in the amount that Ford pays consumers for their defective vehicles. The average consumer may lose thousands of dollars. And, of course, Ford saves a bundle! 

 

THAT'S LEMON LAW FRAUD

 

If It Happened to You, We'd Like to Know !

 

     If you have questions about Ford's buyback of your Lemon, call us for a FREE consultation. There is no obligation.,

 

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