Car Dealership Fraud
Protecting New Jersey Car Buyers from Dealer Fraud
Over the last several years, Mark Cintron has developed an outstanding reputation as a consumer protection lawyer, especially in cases of car dealer fraud. He can help you assert your rights under the New Jersey lemon law if the car you bought needs repeated repairs. Most of his practice in this area, however, involves outright fraud on the part of the car dealer.
If you just found out that your auto purchase isn’t what you thought it would be when you signed the papers, the advice of an experienced consumer protection attorney can help you understand your options and, in some cases, recover a refund or even punitive damages.
Contact The Cintron Firm to learn about your alternatives in cases of car dealer fraud in Northern New Jersey. We serve clients from offices in Ridgefield Park, New Brunswick, Montclair, and Hackensack.
Our law firm advises people about their rights in a wide range of auto sale fraud situations, including:
- Misleading statements about the mileage, price or condition of the car
- Fraudulent statements about how “gap insurance” will cover the balloon payment if you’re trading in a leased car for a new car
- Misrepresentation about financing terms- interest, terms or amount of the monthly payment
- Inaccurate information about the license or registration fees on the closing sheet
Car dealers all over the country have run into hard times, but that is no excuse for deceiving you about the terms of a sales transaction. New Jersey consumer law attorney Mark J. Cintron has helped win several car dealer fraud cases at trial. While the lemon law will protect you in cases where the car itself is the problem, Mark Cintron’s experience with dealer fraud claims can protect you when dishonest bargaining and contract terms have exposed you to a substantial loss. For a free consultation about your options in cases of car dealer fraud, contact The Cintron Firm.