Nissan Extended Services

November 2018: Plaintiffs withdrew their motion to amend their complaint, meaning the original complaint remains dismissed.

October 2018: Plaintiffs filed a motion to amend their complaint.

August 2018: A federal judge dismissed the case and gave plaintiffs 45 days to file an amended complaint.

April 2018: This action was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 18-cv-5681, D. NJ.)

February 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Nissan Extended Services and Hudson Nissan for allegedly misrepresenting that consumers who purchase a Vehicle Service Agreement to cover the mechanical breakdown of covered parts on credit are subject to 0% financing when, according to plaintiffs, consumers actually pay an interest rate of 23.99%. (Arkliss et al v. Nissan Extended Services North America et al, Case No. 2018-L-001227, New Jersey State Court – Bergen County)

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