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The Internet is a great way to shop for a vehicle. It is easy to compare features, prices and models in the comfort of your home.   It is also a good place to find an attractive price or a rare model.  Unfortunately, it is also the new frontier of vehicle fraud.    Because of the anonymity of the process, a bad dealer can hide behind a transaction that crosses several state lines. Since most sales are cash, the dealer knows that it will be expensive, inconvenient and often difficult to pursue a remedy.   Therefore, many buyers give up and take their lumps on an internet car sale.  However, I have successfully helped buyers from as far away as New Jersey, California, and Colorado obtain compensation for their interstate lemon purchase.   If you bought a lemon from a deceptive Texas dealer please give me a call.

The law discussed on this site is Texas law pertaining to Texas situations. NO advice is given for any transaction or situation that does not involve Texas law.

Mr. Aschermann is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and is board Certified in Consumer and Commercial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization but Mr. Aschermann is not licensed to practice law in any state other than Texas.