VW-1You bought a Volkswagen or Audi diesel car over the past five years and now you are pissed off.   And for good reason, you not only got sold a lemon but you bought a deceitful, lying, sulfur-belching lemon that now can’t pass a California smog test.   You have every reason to be angry.   But anger isn’t gonna solve your problem.   Your problem is how to either off-load this particular lemon or recoup the loss in market value for these lying, cheating cars.   Within a few days of the scandal breaking, numerous law firms filed class action lawsuits against Volkswagen.    In all likelihood, you’ll be hearing from or reading about these class actions lawsuits and wondering whether you should join them.

We say………..not yet, if at all. Class actions take a lot of time and money.    Most class actions take years — some take more than a decade.  What’s worse, the outcomes are questionable;  we find that the attorneys tend to make more money than the customers who they are representing.  So we are reluctant to recommend class actions — and we know, because we’ve been involved in many of them.

There are alternatives available to savvy consumers who reside within California.   We urge you to explore some of the alternatives we’ve found.  If you have purchased one of the following models of Volkswagen or Audi and live in California, you can be eligible for a partial or full refund within a year or less:

Audi A3 (model years 2010 – 2015)
Beetle (model years 2012 – 2015)
Beetle Convertible (model years 2012-2015)
Golf (model years 2010 – 2015)
Golf Sportwagen (model year 2015)
Jetta (model years 2009 – 2015)
Jetta Sportwagen (model years 2009-2014)
Passat (model years 2012-2015)

Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch with you about how you can get quick and lucrative compensation without waiting years and making some large law firms fabulously wealthy while you get…….a coupon.  The alternatives are a bit complex and would need to be explained by an expert.   But they are worth your time investigating.

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Logo3e-smCOOL CONSUMER QUIZ #113

When you are talking to that mortgage broker or bank about a home loan, they are always talking about points.  Points this, points that……what’s the point?

 
 
 

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