The online vehicle purchasing phenomenon soared in popularity in recent years. Industry leader Carvana debuted in 2015 with a modest 6,500 sales, rapidly increasing to an astounding one million total sales since their founding. Customers have also purchased cars online through similarly-modelled businesses Driveway and Vroom.
If You Purchased a Car Online, You May Be Overpaying
East End Trial Group also believes that some customers of these companies may also be paying much higher interest rates and fees than allowable by law – possibly thousands more.
If you purchased a vehicle from an online vendor within the following dates, contact our attorneys to discuss how you may be affected and your options:
East End Trial Group is seeking clients who may have been victim to car vendors that have illegally overcharged some customers on fees and interest rates.
Pennsylvania Consumer Law Attorneys at East End Trial Group Represent Clients Defrauded by Online Car Vendors
Online car vendors are keeping customers’ money for services they are not performing and charging some customers more than legally allowable. If you purchased a vehicle from Carvana, Vroom, or Driveway before these dates, you may be entitled to compensation. We will provide you with understanding on all aspects of your case, negotiate and litigate it on your behalf, and ensure that you receive fair compensation for your damages inflicted by the fraudulent activity of online car vendor companies. Contact the skilled Pennsylvania consumer law attorneys at East End Trial Group to see if you are eligible to join our lawsuit. Call us at 412-223-5740 or contact us online for a free consultation. Located in Pittsburgh, we serve clients throughout Pennsylvania.