Its been a common response from customers regarding their vehicle service contracts that they trust their dealership over a private company . Lack of due diligence leads to them being unaware of the fact that the policy they agreed to is actually covered by an Administrator that a private company ; not a household name like Nissan , can sell sometimes cheaper than the dealership can .
In recent news , Universal City Nissan , located in Los Angeles , CA. is being sued by prominent auto fraud attorney Michael R. Vachon , Esq. for allegedly repossessing a consumers vehicle when they had no legal right to do so. The lawsuit alleges
So I’m guessing that if I continue to dig I could probably find hundreds and maybe even thousands of reports just like this for all of the “household “names out there . Should I believe everything I read on the internet? Some people seem to. I think if that the case then I should run out and get Globe magazine too 😉