Podcast : NJ driver’s car burned by an ugly auto loan
Episode 14(4/14/16) Adam Deutsch tells the story a NJ driver’s car literally burned by an ugly auto loan.
In this story, a NJ driver took out a loan from a used car dealer for a Chrysler Sebring that was such a state that it spontaneously burst into flames.
The dealer got a law firm to sue to collect the balance owed from the car owner. Not only were there TILA Truth in Lending Act violations galore, but the law firm lied and said the car loan was for an Audi A6. Learn what happened next in this podcast.
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