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Two people seek damages after RV sale was cancelled

(April 3, 2017) -- Two individuals claim that a cancelled sale of an RV caused them distress. Galen M. Hair and Amanda Amaya-Shaw filed a lawsuit March 17 against Chubbies in Orleans Parish Civil District Court alleging fraud, the Louisiana Record reported.

NEW ORLEANS, La. — Two individuals claim that a cancelled sale of an RV caused them distress.

Galen M. Hair and Amanda Amaya-Shaw filed a lawsuit March 17 against Chubbies in Orleans Parish Civil District Court alleging fraud.

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs are residents of Orleans Parish. The suit states that defendants began to advertise an RV for sale known by the name of Ronald the Recreational Vehicle. The suit states that the plaintiffs were in touch with a sales rep from the defendant and that they negotiated the price down to $36,000, however, following the agreement on the price, the defendants became impossible to contact, The Louisiana Record explained.

Read the full story in the Louisiana Record.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

2 comments

  1. No mention of a contract signed or deposit given. Verbal does not usually hold up.

  2. This is unfair to the dealer. We are expected as a dealer to honor a $500 deposit and hold a unit while the customer gets to change his mind and keep shopping without any consequence.

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