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Lawrence man objects to Carfax settlement

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¢ A Lawrence man is among the Carfax customers not pleased with a settlement on a class-action lawsuit against the company, according to a story in Sunday's [New York Times][1].One of the consumers objecting to the settlement is David P. Wolfe of Lawrence, Kan. "It is like giving me nothing."__Mr. Wolfe said he bought a Honda Civic in Texas relying on a Carfax report. A Honda dealer told him later that the car had been so badly damaged in a crash it was not safe to drive. Mr. Wolfe said he did not want the coupon. [1]: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/06/automobiles/06CARF.html?_r=1&ref=automobiles&oref=slogin

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Sigmund 10 years ago

David, like get out of the class action suit and try and find a lawyer who will take on contingency, or even try and sue in small claims court. They are giving you absolutely nothing of value in this settlement.

Michael Stanclift 10 years ago

$20 coupons? This guy needs to sue for Carfax to buy back his car from him.

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