Scammed by a car dealer? Contact an Oklahoma auto fraud attorney.

You put your trust in a car salesman, and in turn he lied and cheated you.

Purchasing a car is a big decision, and one that few people take lightly. Most of us do our research, save up for months, and shop around for the right vehicle and deal.

However, people don't buy cars everyday, and some car dealers are eager to take advantage of that fact. Even careful Oklahoma shoppers can be easily scammed by car salesmen, auto dealerships, and used car lots that have spent years perfecting ways to deceive, cheat, and steal from customers. Why aren't they stopped? All too often, customers don't know that they've been scammed, or don't realize that they can take legal action against car dealerships and deceptive business practices.

At the Scott Ray Law Firm, we understand that a vehicle sale is a more complicated transaction than many realize - and that there are a variety of ways that car vendors can take advantage of their customers. Customers can be scammed with financing, leasing, and trade-in deals as well as with car titles, auto histories, vehicle registration and service contracts. At our Lawton law offices, we are committed to stopping them.

I feel like I was treated unfairly by a car dealer. Am I a victim of car fraud?

Because there is a lot of paperwork involved in buying a new or used vehicle, there are also a number of opportunities for a car dealer to scam you. As with all scams, the best auto sales scams are subtle, maybe taking you weeks, months, or even years to discover.

Here are just a few common examples of auto fraud and deceptive auto sales practices:


  • A man buys a used car and drives it off the lot. Weeks later, the dealership calls to inform him that his financing didn't go through and that he needs to renegotiate a deal to keep the car.
  • A woman buys a used car that she thinks has great mileage, especially for the car's age and condition. However, after the sale, she finds that the vehicle's odometer has been tampered with and rolled back. 
  • A man goes to a used car lot after seeing an advertisement for a great deal. But, in this "bait and switch" scam, he is told that although the advertised deal is no longer available, they have other cars that he might be interested in. He is then subjected to high-pressure sales tactics.
  • A woman buys a used car, having studied the car's history carefully before making the purchase. However, months after she buys the vehicle, it begins to have expensive problems. A mechanic breaks the news: Her used car was obviously in a serious accident before it was sold to her.


Even if your case of auto fraud is different from those listed above, you could still have a car sales fraud case. The best way to discover whether or not you have a cause for action is to tell your story to an experienced auto fraud attorney in your area.

Stop car fraud in Oklahoma today. Speak up about your car dealership scam case.

No one likes the feeling of being tricked or cheated. Some people may feel too embarrassed to talk about it, while others may just want to put the incident behind them. But to effectively stop auto fraud in Oklahoma and make the car dealership that scammed you take responsibility for its fraudulent tactics, you have to take action.

If you have been defrauded by a car salesman or car dealership, then you may be able to file an auto fraud lawsuit, get your money back, and find justice. Want to learn more about the process and discover if you have a case? Call Scott Ray today at (580) 248-5557 to schedule a free, confidential meeting.

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