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Conn. Dealer Charged in Service Contract Scam

September 30, 2014

HARTFORD, Conn. — A used-auto dealer is facing larceny charges after Department of Motor Vehicles inspectors discovered that he had collected more than $13,000 from customers over a period of six months by selling them invalid service contracts, reports NBC Connecticut.

Daniel Garcia, who owns Danny’s Auto World Sales and Service, sold a dozen customers extended service contracts administered by Car Protection Plus. The F&I product provider, however, said it never received the payments.

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  1. 1. Sheldon Wolff [ October 05, 2014 @ 09:40AM ]

    These types of individual low life's are what give the auto industry's name and reputation continued derogatory connotation. These unscrupulous dealers should be banned from the industry from owning, repairing and even selling. Weed out these perpetrators and from an increasing reputable career for others.

 

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