Federal Lawsuit, Car Repossession Agents Exploiting The Increased Use Of Mcdonald's Drive-thrus
Prestige Financial Services of Utah is exploiting the increased use of McDonald's drive-thrus, during the Covid19 crisis, by targeting them and repossessing the vehicles that are actually in line to get food.
By: Lawsuit MyPrestige
Prestige Financial Services (aka MyPrestige) in violation of Federal and State Laws wherein no "Breach of the Peace" can be made in attempting to do a self-help repossession of any vehicle. Endangering all parties in the McDonald's drive-thru.
The Federal Lawsuit filed in the United States District Court of Oregon against Prestige Financial Services of Utah, a sub-prime auto lender. In the case the repossession agent of prestige used a McDonald's drive-thru as a trap to illegally repossess a vehicle.
The repossession agent (tow truck) for Prestige did, after the Plaintiff in the Federal Lawsuit entered the McDonald's drive-thru, first blocked the exit to the drive-thru, then reversed into the drive-thru, endangering everyone in line. The agent then, backed into the vehicle several times and making contact, raising and lowering (dropping the vehicle in an attempt to dislodge, frighten the driver of the vehicle. The repossession agent then dragged the vehicle forward stopping at the exit of the drive-drive with the driver still in it.
From the Federal Plaintiff (driver of the vehicle) " the repossession agent bragged that
repossessing vehicles from McDonald's drive-thrus was a favorite way to repossess vehicles by Prestige Financial Services and the Repossession Agent."
For more information or to join the class action or to report an illegal Breach of the Peace vehicle repossession from a McDonald's visit us at https//www.myprestige.net