As an `investigative reporter` ( I don`t have the time or the energy to actually verify that), get your facts straight:
* The BusinessWeek story stated that her payments were every two weeks
, not every week as you stated above, most likely to embellish your argument.
* The consumer signed the note for the car.
* You make a veiled accusation that they possibly tampered with the odometer, with absolutely no evidence of such.
* 24.9% interest is regulated by federal lending statutes and reflects a very high risk of default on the part of the customer.Your post is known as libel
, not investigative reporting. That will get you sued, and pretty severely as this forum is seen by a lot of people. My screenprint is all the evidence required to prove your intent to disparage this company.
You may or may not like their sales tactics, which are not illegal by the way, but you do not get the right to blatantly make libelous statements like this.
I would suggest two things:
* Hire a really expensive attorney.
* Check your facts next time.
I would have to characterize your post as it relates to your legal exposure in much the same way as you characterize your company:
A man-made disaster.
Good luck with the lawsuit.