Auto Relief Group sued for bogus claims it could lower car payments

Auto Relief Group sued for bogus claims it could lower car payments
Auto Relief Group sued for bogus claims it could lower car payments

The Florida Attorney General has sued a Florida company that made false claims on national radio and TV ads that it could cut consumers' car payments in half.

Auto Relief Group, its subsidiaries and owners, John J. Boyle and John J. Boyle III, are accused of deceiving consumers and bilking them out of hundreds of dollars.

According to the lawsuit, representatives of the Broward County company told undercover investigators their monthly auto loan payments could be reduced by 50% if they paid upfront fees ranging from $299 to $375.