AG Sues Dealers for Missing Titles Featured

By Staff Writer October 31, 2018

The Ohio attorney general has filed consumer protection lawsuits against two different Cleveland used-car dealers accused of failing to deliver vehicle titles to Ohio consumers.


One lawsuit was filed against Buckeye Motor Group Ltd., operating at 4740 W. 150th St. in Cleveland, and another lawsuit was filed against North Coast Car Credit LLC, last operating at 14550 Lorain Ave.


In both cases, consumers complained that they did not receive the title to a vehicle they bought from the dealership.


The Ohio attorney general’s office assisted consumers, in some cases making payments from the Title Defect Recision Fund, which helps resolve certain title problems. Payments from the fund totaled over $73,800 in the Buckeye Motor Group case and over $35,000 in the North Coast Car Credit case.


Overall, 47 complaints were filed against Buckeye Motor Group, and about 30 complaints were filed against North Coast Car Credit.

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