Default judgment entered against Wichita car dealership
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say a $51,433 default judgment has been entered against the owner of a now defunct Wichita car dealership.
Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett’s office said Tuesday in a news release that that the lawsuit brought against Lucky 7 Used Cars LLC alleged deceptive and unconscionable practices involving car sales to eight consumers.
The complaint alleged Lucky 7 failed to disclose safety recalls, provide titles to customers or honor warranties. The business also was not properly licensed.
The judgment against owner Alonso Anderson requires he pay statutory civil penalties, restitution and costs and fees. Three former salesmen entered in to a consent judgment in February and a default judgment was entered against the business in March.