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Allstar Kia Sued For Allegedly Falsifying Credit Application Allstar Kia sued by prolific California lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. in lawsuit alleging that the San Bernardino, California dealership falsifies consumer credit applications in order to get them financed for auto loans. San Bernardino, CA (I- Newswire) July 29, 2012 - Prominent Southern California lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. has filed a lawsuit against the San Bernardino, California Kia dealership Allstar Kia alleging that the dealership has an illegal business practice of falsifying credit applications in order to get customers financed for auto loans. The lawsuit, which is titled Lomeli v. Allstar Kia, et al., was filed on June 28, 2012 (San Bernardino Superior Court Case No. CIVDS1207246). ALLEGATIONS IN THE LAWSUIT The complaint in the Lomeli v. Allstar Kia lawsuit states that the Plaintiff, Maria Lomeli, is an elderly Colton, California consumer whose only income is approximately $650 per month in Social Security payments. However, notwithstanding her limited income she qualified for financing to purchase a brand new 2012 Kia Rio from Allstar Kia. More specifically, the complaint filed by Ms. Lomeli's lemon law attorney alleges that Ms. Lomeli went to Allstar Kia in March of 2012 in response to an Allstar Kia "Cash for Clunkers" advertisement that stated that Allstar Kia would pay up to $5,000 for any clunker vehicle. The complaint goes on to allege that Allstar Kia took advantage of Ms. Lomeli's poor eyesight, age, and limited English- language skills to convince her to sign a purchase contract for a brand new 2012 Kia Rio. The complaint asserts that notwithstanding Ms. Lomeli's understanding that she would receive $5,000 for her trade in vehicle, Allstar Kia only credited her only $500 for the trade in. It also alleges that in order to get Ms. Lomeli financed for the purchase of a brand new vehicle, Allstar Kia falsely inflated her income on her credit application to Kia Motors Finance. Visit the Website of Ms. Lomeli's lemon law attorney to read a copy of the Lomeli v. Allstar Kia lawsuit's complaint. Please note: the court in the Lomeli v. Allstar Kia lawsuit has not made any determination of whether or not Allstar Kia violated applicable laws. Ms. Lomeli's attorney anticipates that Allstar Kia will deny that it committed any wrongdoing when it answers the complaint. LEMON LAW ATTORNEY TRYING TO CONTACT ALLSTAR KIA CUSTOMERS Ms. Lomeli's lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. has announced that he is currently attempting to contact other Allstar customers who have been victims of the illegal conduct alleged in Ms. Lomeli's complaint. He is asking any Allstar Kia customers who think that their credit applications may have been falsified or who did not receive the promised amount for their trade in automobile to call him at 1-855-4- LEMON- LAW (1-855-453-6665). Ms. Lomeli's lemon law lawyer is also offering free consultations to anyone who thinks that they may have been a victim of illegal conduct by Allstar Kia.

Additional Resources About Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.: California lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. represents consumers in California lemon law, car dealer fraud, and breach of automobile warranty lawsuits. At the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. we are expert California consumer protection lawyers who know the ins and outs of California's judicial system. We represent consumers throughout California in lawsuits filed under California's lemon law and other consumer protection statutes. The Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. offers FREE consultations in California lemon law and auto fraud cases. Call us toll free at (858) 674-4100 to speak to one of the most trusted, experienced, aggressive lemon law attorneys in San Diego County, California. Company Contact Information: Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. Michael R. Vachon, Esq. 17150 Via Del Campo Suite 204 92127 Phone: (858) 674-4100 Published in: Legal / Law Tags: San Bernardino    lemon law lawyer    Allstar Kia     Published on: July 29, 2012 Original Source: Allstar Kia Sued For Allegedly Falsifying Credit Application


Allstar Kia Sued For Allegedly Falsifying Credit Application