Ian Lyngklip is an experienced lawyer representing consumers in disputes with debt collectors, car dealers, banks, credit reporting agencies and bad corporate actors.
He specializes in representing victims of collection abuse, credit reporting errors, and car dealer fraud. He is senior partner of Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC which offers free consultations and does not collect a fee unless a recovery is made.
"One major consumer fraud problem is the spot delivery, or yo-yo sale," says Lyngklip, "happens when the car dealer sells the consumer a vehicle and completes all the steps necessary to sell the car including executing a contract of sale, signing title, taking a down payment and turning over the keys. After the transaction is finished, the dealer calls the consumer back claiming the deal has fallen through. In some instances the dealer uses fraudulent means or forcible repossession to take the car back"
"Furthermore," adds Lyngklip, "these consumer frauds happen regularly when the dealer learns that it cannot make as much money as it expected on the transaction or when a finance company refuses to buy the deal or purchase it on the terms that it had originally agreed to with the dealer. Either way, the consumer has a binding contract and has every right to expect the dealer to honor it. If the dealer does not honor the contract, the consumer may lose a down payment or trade-in vehicle"
Call 877-783-4228 or visit: www.sue4abuse.com The firm is located at: 24500 Northwestern Highway, Suite 206 Southfield, MI 48075-2406.