If you bought a car at a dealership and financed your purchase through the dealer’s recommended credit union, you may have a legal claim.
Did you purchase a car from a dealership with financing from the dealership’s “preferred” or “recommended” credit union? If so, you may have been charged a marked-up interest rate. Some 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. These special deals may be unlawful. If you financed your car through a dealership’s preferred credit union, please complete the following form and an attorney will review your submission and contact you about your experience.