2,500 Arizonans eligible to claim up to $1,000 in Jeep and Ram settlement
PHOENIX — Some Arizonans will have the chance to claim up to $1,000 as part of a settlement involving Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram vehicles.
The settlement is a result of consumer fraud claims of deceptive marketing, selling and leasing of 2014-16 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 3.0L EcoDiesel vehicles, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Monday in a press release.
Fiat Chrysler agreed to pay restitution for more than 2,500 qualified Arizona owners as part of the settlement, the release said.
“When Arizonans shop for a car, they deserve an honest car-buying experience,” Brnovich said in the release.
Arizonans must prove ownership and registration and return the forms that will be mailed by the attorney general’s office by Nov. 13.
Restitution checks are expected to arrive in December or January, and consumers will have 90 days to cash them.
More than 2,500 Arizonans Eligible to Claim Up to $1,000 in Restitution from Settlement Involving Certain Jeep and Ram Vehicles https://t.co/g4NbxaTzxh
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) August 19, 2019
Anyone who believes they are eligible for a check and didn’t receive a claim form can call 1-888-764-8871 for more information.