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Dealer to Pay $12,500 Fine for Illegal Leasing Practices

Credit Connection Auto Sales in central Pennsylvania has settled with the state’s attorney general for allegedly leasing vehicles that needed a considerable amount of repair work and using lease agreements that did not comply with federal law.

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Ohio AG Sues Used-Car Dealer for Title Violations

AMG Auto Connection and its owner are accused of violating Ohio’s Certificate of Motor Vehicle Title Act after the dealership failed to deliver a car title in the time frame required by law.

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The New York attorney general’s crackdown on an F&I product provider and the dealerships that sold its credit repair services comes at a time when federal regulators are expected to tighten the screws on add-on sales.

N.Y. AG Announces Two Actions Against Dealers

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced two separate actions this week against a 22-store dealer group and a Hyundai dealership, both related to deceptive advertising practices.

N.Y. Dealers Targeted for Payment Packing and Other Deceptive Practices

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, which announced on Wednesday a $14 million settlement with three Paragon dealerships, says he intends to file suit against 11 additional dealerships for the unlawful sale of credit repair and identity theft-prevention products.

N.Y. AG Goes After Dealer for Payment Packing

After three months with no response, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has filed a motion to force a New York dealer group to comply with a subpoena issued by the AG’s office in March. The dealer group is accused of “jamming” credit repair contracts into vehicle sales and leases.

Dealer Fined $50K for Deceptive Ads Targeting Military

A Tennessee dealership accused of using deceptive advertising to target service members will be required to pay a $50,000 fine and change its advertising practices.

Ohio AG Sues Used-Car Dealership

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has filed a lawsuit against a used-car dealership and its owner. The now-closed business has received approximately 30 consumer complaints, mostly related to vehicle title issues.

N.Y. Dealer Pleads Guilty to Felony Tax Charges

The owner of a dealership in New York pled guilty last week to five felony charges and will serve up to one year in jail for failing to file sales tax and personal income tax returns.

Mass. Dealer Sued for Selling Defective Cars

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a complaint against a used-car dealer who allegedly had customers fill out blank contracts and then charged them at least twice the agreed-upon price for defective cars.