I brought a car, the ad on-line states certified warranty, when I called the auto maker, I was told there were no warranty. I have copy of their ad. what should I do.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Write a letter, send it to the manufacturer, the dealer and show a carbon copy to Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas. Demand in the letter they live up to the promised warranty.
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