The general sales manager of a used car dealership has agreed to pay fines and costs of up to $20,000 after an investigation by the Sedgwick County prosecutor’s office.
Thomas Anderson, who manages Credit King Auto Sales at 3205 S. Broadway, was charged with violating consumer protection laws after a customer filed a lawsuit asking for title to his vehicle, according to a statement. press release from the district attorney’s office.
Anderson denied violating consumer protection laws, but accepted the consent judgment to settle the case.
The DA’s investigation found Anderson failed to deliver the title within 60 days of purchase and evidence that many vehicles sold by the dealership had fraudulent 60-day labels, the statement said.
Anderson agreed to train salespeople to avoid a repeat of the allegations and ensure they are properly licensed, according to the statement.
This story was originally published April 7, 2022 1:03 p.m.