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Indiana Used-car Dealership Under Investigation After Multiple Complaints

May 12, 2017 0 Comments

A used-car dealership in Sellersburg, Indiana is under investigation following a slew of complaints beginning in early March.

According to the Indiana State Police, All American Auto, owned by Kayla and Dustin Meade, is no longer in business. Customers who bought cars from the dealership claim they didn’t get titles for those vehicles. Other customers told police they bought extended warranties which ended up being useless.


According to the story from WDRB, the Indiana State Police detectives are investigating the dealership for “at least” 15 cases of theft, vehicle theft, and check deception. The Indiana Attorney General, Indiana Secretary of State officers, and the Clark County prosecutor are helping out with the investigations, working cases and helping victims.

Anyone who bought a car and/or a warranty from All American Auto and thinks they might be a victim is urged to contact the Indiana State Police or other authorities working on the investigation. Full contact details can be found here (link: http://www.wdrb.com/story/35413592/police-investigating-sellersburg-car-dealership-after-more-than-a-dozen-complaints).

How does your dealership handle titles and extended warranties so things like this don’t happen? What can customers do to ensure that they can trust the dealership they are working with?

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