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July 14, 2016 - Industry News

Missouri Dealer Fined $38,067 for Failing to Provide Vehicle Titles

A Missouri dealer has agreed to pay $38,067 in restitution to 23 former customers to settle the state attorney general's charges that he and his dealership did not provide vehicle titles and did not honor repair agreements. The dealer is also prohibited from operating a dealership for five years.

Tags: attorney general, Consumer Laws, Deceptive Practices, Missouri

November 5, 2014 - Industry News

Longtime Missouri Dealer Dies

The president and co-owner of Pundmann Motor Co. passed away Oct. 31 at the age of 75.

Tags: Missouri, obituary

May 15, 2014 - Industry News

Tesla: New Wording in Missouri Bill is ‘Sneak Attack’ by Dealers

In a statement posted on its website, Tesla denounced the last-minute addition of wording to legislation in Missouri that would effectively ban the automaker from selling directly to consumers in the state.

Tags: Franchised Dealerships, legislation, Missouri, Tesla, Tesla Motors

December 12, 2013 - Industry News

Kansas City Dealer Granted Injunction in ACA Challenge

Randy Reed Automotive was granted a preliminary injunction in its federal lawsuit opposing the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that employers provide coverage of the ‘morning-after pill.’

Tags: injunction, Missouri, the morning after pill

June 17, 2013 - Industry News

Mo. Woman Charged With Embezzling $88K From Dealer

According to the Associated Press, a Missouri woman was charged with embezzling more than $88,000 from her former employer, Frank Fletcher Ford.

Tags: Associated Press, Dealership, embezzlement, indictment, Missouri

April 11, 2013 - Industry News

Suzuki Settles Lawsuit With Mo. Dealer

In a lawsuit filed in 2010, American Suzuki paid an undisclosed amount of money to a Kansas City dealer for reputation damage.

Tags: Jeremy Franklin, Kansas City, Lawsuit, Missouri, reputation damage, Settlement, Suzuki

February 14, 2013 - Industry News

Missouri Man Charged in Million Dollar ID Theft Scam

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker charge man in million-dollar identity-theft scam involving fraudulent car loans. If convicted, the man could face life in prison.

Tags: attorney general, auto loan, car loan, charge, Chris Koster, fraud, identity theft, Missouri, prison, scam

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