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Can you tell me when you purchased the vehicle?
Hi, to my understanding, there should be no additional charges. Are you currently on a subscription?
I can understand the confusion.
So the bot***** *****ne is that you pay a $5 deposit, if you accept my answer then it's an additional $31. Unless you accept a premium serviced phone call, you will not be charged any more than that.
MANY people are confused coming to the site so please don't apologize. So just know that until you accept my answer, you've only been charged $5. If you like what I have to say, then it's only $36. No subscription. Nothing more.
Hello yes I am still here. Because I have to type my responses, it may take a moment...
The $59 is an automatic phone call request the system generates. You aren't obligated to take it at all.
Are you okay with the $36 charge?
Almost lol. If we did a phone call, it would be $59 plus the $36 for a total of $105. And please don't apologize. You're new here and I've done this thousands of times so it's okay:-)
That's a good question. You'll have a chance to rate me at the end of our conversation. Once you do, the $36 charge is triggered and that is it. :-)
You got it. As you can see, I have nearly a 100% rating. Customer satisfaction is extremely important to me. Shall we continue with your concerns about your truck?
Yes, of course. In the worst case scenario, I have referral links that can help you out. If I absolutely can't help you, I can opt out of the question and let another expert pick up the question.
Oh no it's ok. What if you describe to me your issue and then I'll let you know if I can handle it?
Understood. What year did you purchase the vehicle?
Got it. One moment...
So there doesn't appear to be any class action lawsuits pending right now. If there was one, your fiance would have received a notice in the mail from the class administrator or the plaintiff in the case to allow them to be a part of a class. The "class" (group of people suing the defendant) has to be certified by the court and part of it is identifying all the owners of the product in question.
However, your fiance may have a claim under Wisconsin's Lemon Law
Under Wisconsin Statutes 218.0171, a person can file a claim that their vehicle violates the implied warranties of fitness and merchantability. For vehicles purchased BEFORE March 1, 2014: There are no deadlines for filing a lemon law claim, it is up to the court to decide if your case were too old. (6 years is often the length of time referenced in court and the time starts the moment you take delivery of the vehicle.)
Good question. Six years would have started back in 2006. If the problem is bad enough, a judge may waive that requirement and allow the case to proceed. However, this is all under the assumption that you couldn't handle it informally directly with the manufacturer.
You'll want to find an attorney in your area if click here and get connected with one to get through the process. Also, the State Bar of Wisconsin has a lawyer referral service that you can use if you click here. This is much better than a Google search and connect you with a local lawyer who
Not a problem...
I understand. I think it may be best if I opt out of this question. But regardless of who takes this, unless an attorney who has been verified by JA, and how practices this area of law, and who is licensed in your state picks up this question, you may not get the answer you're looking for. I appreciate the time and please don't hesitate to try those links and suggestions I provided. Thanks for chatting with me.