Ross Law prevailed against Stop and Go Auto in private arbitration. The case involved the sale of a truck to a young man. Stop and Go falsely advertised the truck as having a tow package, when in fact it did not.
Stop and Go also subjected the consumer to a classic “Yo-Yo” scam. Stop and Go informed the consumer that the truck purchase was final. A few days later Stop and Go called the consumer back requesting that he return to Stop and Go to sign financing documents. When the consumer returned to sign the documents, Stop and Go used deceptive tactics to increase the purchase price of the vehicle by $1500.00.
Jeremiah Ross was able to prove Stop and Go Auto violated the Unlawful Trade Practices Act (ORS 646.608) and The Truth In Lending Act (15 U.S.C. 1638et seq.) As a result, Jeremiah Ross’ client was awarded over $8,000.00 in damages in addition to costs, and attorney fees.
Attorney Jeremiah Ross of Portland Oregon represented the Consumer in the matter.
Attorney Richard Franklin of Gresham Oregon defended Stop and Go (AKA G&G Enterprises), and Great American Insurance Company.