In June 2018, a settlement was reached between Attorney General Mark Brnovich and ABC Nissan regarding past conduct alleging violations of the Consumer Fraud Act. The State’s complaint alleged ABC Nissan previously engaged in false advertising practices, including internet advertising that listed vehicles at prices that included all possible rebates and excluded mandatory dealer “add-ons” that had already been applied to the vehicles. The State also alleged that ABC Nissan previously misrepresented consumers’ financial information on loan applications in order to obtain financing for vehicle purchases. Under the settlement resolving the complaint, ABC agreed to pay Arizona consumers up to $130,000 in restitution. Read the full settlement agreement.
Consumers who purchased cars from ABC Nissan or believe they were subject to practices the Attorney General alleged constituted consumer fraud as described above can file a claim for consideration, provided that the conduct at issue occurred before the settlement date of June 15, 2018. Consumers who believe they were victims of consumer fraud after that date can file a consumer complaint, but are ineligible for restitution under this settlement.
Download the ABC Nissan Claim Form for additional information and to print the form. Consumers can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-542-7732 to request a copy be mailed to them. The deadline to mail a completed form is September 13, 2018.