The Trueblood Law Firm was class counsel in a class action lawsuit brought against VW Credit, Inc. in the United States District Court, Central District of California, entitled Sharma v. VW Credit, Inc., Case No. CV-11-08360 DDP (Ex). The complaint alleged that Volkswagen Credit violated California’s Rees-Levering Automobile Sales Finance Act by issuing defective post-repossession notices to consumers who had their cars repossessed. The action settled on an individual basis, without any determination by the court as to whether VW Credit, Inc. violated the law.
Now, the Trueblood Law Firm is investigating whether VW Credit, Inc. is still violating the post-repossession notice laws. If you entered into a contract to purchase a vehicle in California, and your vehicle was repossessed during the period April 14, 2010 through the present, you could give us valuable information about VW Credit’s current repossession practices. We are offering a free consultation and evaluation of your post-repossession notice. If your notice was not compliant with the law, the law provides that you do not owe any deficiency balance to VW Credit, and you might be able to have any derogatory credit reporting removed from your credit reports.