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Bill Heard


Bill Heard

In 2000, Tennessee alleged that Bill Heard Chevrolet had violated the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act in its mailing of promotional items that did not clearly and conspicuously disclose all terms and conditions of the advertisements as required by law and by then failing to honor the promotions.  Under the terms of the Assurance, Bill Heard was required to pay the State $8,500 in penalties and attorneys fees, and to honor previously delinquent rebate obligations.


State Court Filings in Bill Heard


In 2001, Tennessee alleged that Bill Heard Chevrolet had engaged in unfair and deceptive acts or practices by failing to list business taxes that would be passed on to consumers in violation of Tennessee Code.  Under the terms of the Assurance, Bill Heard Chevrolet was required to pay the State $13,500 in penalties, attorneys’ fees, and awards, and to refund consumers for monies wrongfully charged.

State Court Filings in Bill Heard


In 2005, Tennessee alleged that Bill Heard Chevrolet had violated the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act in its mailing of deceptive automotive promotional advertising; the Assurance required Bill Heard to pay the sum of $39,000 to the State and the sum of $3,196.60 to consumers in restitution. 

State Court Filings in Bill Heard

 

This list includes only significant filings and is not intended to be a complete record of the matter.