If you purchased a new car between January 2000 and January 2010, you may be able to recover money in a class action lawsuit. Contact an antitrust class action lawyer for a free case review.
A team of class action attorneys and antitrust lawyers is investigating claims of purchasers and lessees of cars, automobiles and motor vehicles who may have paid inflated prices for their vehicles due to alleged price fixing in the auto supply part market for Automotive Wire Harness Systems.
Several class action lawsuit complaints have reportedly been filed against some of the largest suppliers of Automotive Wire Harness Systems alleging a conspiracy to fix and raise the prices of Automotive Wire Harness Systems (i.e., automotive electrical distribution systems used to direct and control electronic components, wiring and circuit boards in a vehicle) used in certain automobiles, cars and other motor vehicles.
If you purchased a new car between January 2000 and January 2010 and believe you may have paid more than necessary because of artificially inflated cost of parts, you may be able to recover money in a class action lawsuit. Contact a class action lawyer for a free attorney review.
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