Shopping online for products and services has become a way of life in the internet age, and over the past decade, some innovative companies began offering consumers the option of purchasing a vehicle online and have it delivered to their home. The industry grew rapidly as consumers flocked to online dealerships rather than spending many endless hours and whole weekends searching car lots.
New York City-based Vroom, Inc. is an online car dealer where customers can sell, purchase and finance vehicles with haggle-free pricing. Established in 2014, Vroom was featured in Forbes’ 2015 Hottest E-Commerce Startups for their quick rise in the industry. Though the company’s successes, however, may have been at the expense of customers’ bank accounts by charging illegal interest rates and fees to customers who purchased cars prior to November 2020.
Pennsylvania Consumer Protection Lawyers at East End Trial Group Looking for Vroom Customers Who Purchased a Vehicle Prior to November 2020
If you purchased a vehicle from online car vendor Vroom before November 2020, the PA consumer protection lawyers at East End Trial Group think you may have been charged illegal interest rates and fees and would like to speak with you. Call us at 412-223-5740 or contact us online for a free consultation. Located in East End, we serve clients in Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania.