Has Your Car's Odometer Been Rolled Back?
Odometer Rollback (ODO Rollback) is a common dealer fraud practice and its more common than you think. There are many reasons why a dealer may turn back an odometer and if this happens, it can significantly diminish the value of the car and possibly put you and your family in danger.
Are you driving a pre-owned car and you suspect that your odometer has been rolled back? Unfortunately, it happens more than you think. The good news is that there are laws to protect you if you are the victim of this fraudulent practice. If your odometer has been rolled back, we invite you to submit your information to have it reviewed by a consumer attorney in your state. There is no cost for this case review.
If you are interested in a free consultation, please submit the following information. If we have an attorney who can help, we will arrange for them to contact you.
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