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Motor Car Concepts II and Mid Atlantic Finance Company Forced to Refund Client’s Money and Cancel Contract

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Our client went looking at an Orlando car dealer, Motor Car Concepts II, Inc. (“Motor Car Concepts”) for a safe and reliable used car. The dealer recommended a specific vehicle as being safe, reliable, dependable, and claimed that it had never been in an accident. Relying on the car dealer, our client then purchased the vehicle. Motor Car Concepts then assigned the contract to Mid Atlantic Finance Company.

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Rebuilt wreck designation

After the purchase, our client experienced numerous significant problems with the car, which Motor Car Concepts refused to repair. After being retained, we promptly started our investigation. We discovered that the vehicle was actually a rebuilt wreck that was involved in a wreck that was so severe that the front end was smashed and both front air bags deployed.

Even though they knew the vehicle was a rebuilt wreck, Motor Car Concepts sold it to our client without properly disclosing that critical fact. Our investigation also revealed that Motor Car Concepts made an important change to the paperwork after it was signed by our client but before they submitted it to the DMV. We also found out that Mid Atlantic Finance Company had improper communications with our client’s employer about the financing contract.

After Motor Car Concepts and Mid Atlantic Finance Company both refused to accept responsibility for their actions, we sued both of them for violations of numerous Florida laws. Based on the facts of the case, both Motor Car Concepts and Mid Atlantic Finance Company agreed to settle the claims, including paying our client’s damages cancelling her contract.

Read more about the dangers of rebuilt wrecks by clicking here.

Read more about another case where we sued Mid Atlantic Finance Company by clicking on this link.

If you suspect your car has accident damage that was not disclosed by the dealer who sold it to you, or if you try trading in your car and that dealership tells you they cannot take it, you may have legal options. We have important experience in auto fraud and other types of consumer protection cases. Taras Rudnitsky is a former automotive engineer, and we have helped numerous clients receive refunds from car dealers and their employees, car manufacturers, and finance companies. We are here to help, so call us today at 407-333-0001 or click here to send us an email.