Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Motorhome Sublease Scam Alleged in Arizona

Arizona Daily Star - Tucson, Arizona
The state attorney general has sued three Tucson-area companies and their apparent principals, alleging they defrauded consumers in purported subleases of motor homes.

On Tuesday, Attorney General Terry Goddard announced the filing of the lawsuit in Pima County Superior Court against Kennedy Motorhome Services, Kennedy's Financial Services and Banker's First of Tucson.
Banker's First does business as Green Valley RV Services, according to its Web site.

Included as individual defendants in the suit were Claude Thomas Kennedy, Donald W. Kennedy, Granite Hobbs and Kenneth W. Griffith.

The attorney general contends the three defendants have been offering motor-home owners the chance to sublease their recreational vehicles by finding new owners to assume the loan payments.

Such a program is in violation of most vehicle owners' contracts with the original lien holders, Goddard said.
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