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Court Approves Volkswagen’s $1.6B Dealer Settlement

A federal judge on Monday granted final approval to Volkswagen AG’s $1.67 billion settlement with 652 VW-branded franchised dealers in connection with the automaker’s diesel emissions scandal.

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VW Reaches $1B Settlement for 3.0L Diesels

Volkswagen has reached an agreement to settle claims relating to its 3.0L V-6 TDI engines, committing to buy back a quarter of those vehicles. The automaker will also set aside $225 million for emissions reduction, and pay $25 million to support the use of zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) in California.

New York AG Settles Two Payment Packing Suits for $1.6 Million

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s crackdown on payment packing continues. Last week, the New York regulator announced settlements with SG Hyland Motors Corp. of Staten Island and Best Auto Outlet of Floral Park, which will collectively pay $1.6 million in restitution to more than 2,300 victims of their alleged deceptive sales tactics.

Wells Fargo Dealer Services to Pay $4.1 million for SCRA Violations

Wells Fargo Dealer Services has agreed to pay more than $4.1 million to settle charges that it violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) when it repossessed 413 vehicles owned by protected servicemembers without obtaining a court order, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Friday.

Texas Dealers Agree to Pay $85,000 for Deceptive Advertising

Three Dallas-area dealerships have agreed to pay $85,000 to settle charges that they violated a 2014 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) administrative order that barred them from deceptively advertising the cost of buying or leasing a car.

HSBC to Pay $434,500 for SCRA Violations

The Justice Department announced that HSBC Finance Corp. has agreed to pay $434,500 to settle charges that its vehicle repossession practices violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).

FTC Says Some VW Dealers Are Misleading Diesel Owners About Buyback Deal

The Federal Trade Commission said this week it has received reports that some dealers and private parties are attempting to take advantage of Volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal.

Volkswagen Agrees to Diesel Settlement

Volkswagen has agreed to give buyers of the nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States with the emissions cheating software the option of selling the cars back or getting them fixed, a judge announced April 21.

House Republicans Ask Attorney General to Halt Ally Settlement Payouts

Republican member of the House Financial Services Committee have once again release internal CFPB documents. This time, the documents show that some settlement checks being dispersed as part of the bureau’s $98 million settlement with Ally Financial and Ally Bank have been going to white borrowers.

Dealer to Pay $12,500 Fine for Illegal Leasing Practices

Credit Connection Auto Sales in central Pennsylvania has settled with the state’s attorney general for allegedly leasing vehicles that needed a considerable amount of repair work and using lease agreements that did not comply with federal law.