Allen Stewart and his team of Lemon law experts have extensive skills on the details of deceptive practices and all that is needed to represent a client better. We know that deceptive practices always mislead clients because they function on the wrong policies and lean on immoral and oppressive acts. Our Lemon law attorney has put together a service that allows us to claim damages caused by these practices and reverse the deceptive and unfair acts to offer long-term client relief.
Everything about the deceptive trade practice act
Defining a deceptive trade practice
A deceptive trade practice is a marketing and advertising technique that misleads clients and lures them into an unfair deal. The falsehood of these practices is that they tamper with the truth of the product or service, so one never really that they are getting into a blatant fraud until they have already lost their money.
All states prohibit deceptive practices and allow victims to file a class-action lawsuit for due compensation. Some states allow one to sue for three times the value of the product or service to remedy all the damages caused by the defect and pursue justice. What are some examples of cases you can bring to our lemon lawyer as a deceptive trade practice act lawsuit?
Examples of DTC
- False advertisement of a car’s mileage, where the dealer or manufacturer tampered with the actual value to present a lower mileage
- Representing fake goods to be original, when they are in fact counterfeits, refurbished, or reclaimed
- Advertising a specific volume of goods when they do not have the stock to satisfy the client
- Misrepresenting goods to have sponsorship or certification, which they do not have
There are many ways a seller can represent a fraudulent service, but the bottom line is that they always give you a misrepresented deal; hence they did not fulfill the total value of your investment. DTPA guidelines are generally broad and cover many situations, so we recommend that you check with us to understand the specifics of your DTPA case.
Some standard guidelines of DTPA laws
A business that does not fulfill all its warranty agreements of a product is making a breach that falls into DTPA categories. Our job is to prove that they did not honor the written or spoken contracts so that you can get back the total value of your investment.
Product misrepresentation looks like mislabeling a product to give it more value than its actual worth. An example is selling a face-lifted 2013 Dodge Challenger as a 2016 version, which can fall into Lemon for cars laws.
Businesses know that most clients will not look through the full details of a product or service as long as their face value seems truthful. You want to hire an attorney as soon as you realize the business took advantage of your lack of knowledge because it means they were counting on your ignorance to misrepresent the product for higher fee payment.
Are you on the fence about a recent business transaction? Contact our consumer rights lawyer today for a free consultation, and we will do our best to obtain the total due compensation.