Our firm represents a gentleman in the military who bought a 2011 Dodge Avenger from Ron Baker Chevrolet in National City. We have alleged that Ron Baker represented to him that the vehicle had not sustained any accident damage, collision damage, body damage, or unibody damage. The CarFax Vehicle History Report for the vehicle states that the car was in an accident that caused damage to the left-front pillar. An employee of Ron Baker put the CarFax report in with our client’s purchase documents. We have alleged that the dealership did not show him the report before selling him the vehicle. We have also alleged that Ron Baker Chevrolet’s sales personnel told the co-buyer of the vehicle to lie to the lender who would call to verify the information on her credit application. Ron Baker then tried to cancel our client’s purchase contract more than ten days after he signed the contract to buy the car. An employee of Ron Baker Chevrolet contacted our client’s commanding officer and misrepresented the facts surrounding the purchase of the vehicle. Ron Baker Chevrolet failed to pay off our client’s trade-in vehicle within twenty-one days of receiving this vehicle as a trade-in, as required by California law. Finally, we have alleged that Ron Baker Chevrolet engaged in illegal debt collection acts and practices in violation of California and Federal law and threatened to repossess the car.