If you bought a car at an auto dealership and financed your purchase through the dealer’s recommended or preferred credit union, you may have a legal claim.
We are investigating credit unions who entered into agreements with auto dealerships which may have caused you to pay higher rates of interest for your car. Did you obtain financing for your car from a credit union the auto dealership recommended to you? If so, you may have been charged a marked-up or higher interest rate.
Some auto dealerships may have agreements with credit unions that allow them to offer a higher interest rate—without telling customers the credit union’s real rate. This set-up may be unlawful. If you financed your car through a dealership’s preferred or recommended credit union, please complete the form below to provide your information. An attorney will review your submission and contact you about your experience.