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Posted on: May 22, 2019

From the IBJ:

A class-action lawsuit filed reecently against Andy Mohr Automotive Group alleges the Indiana company violated a state law prohibiting deceptive consumer sales tactics.

The suit, brought by Marion County resident Robert Lutz on behalf of “hundreds or thousands” of people who have purchased vehicles at various Andy Mohr dealerships in the last six years, was filed in Marion Superior Court.

The complaint alleges that Andy Mohr dealerships have violated the Indiana Deceptive Consumer Sales Act by “engaging in an unfair scheme to charge vehicle buyers an unlawful ‘document preparation fee.’” 

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