Hyundai Botches Severance Letters To Irvine Workers

Hyundai Botches Severance Letters To Irvine Workers
Fifty Hyundai workers who lost their jobs in Irvine have learned they would only receive half of the severance pay they were told they’d get in letters sent out last week.
Read more on CBS 2 Los Angeles

State AG: Car Dealer Refunds Gas Money
ALBANY, NY-The New York State Attorney General’s Office says Transitowne Hyundai of Willamsville has agreed to provide refunds totalling more than $ 80,000 to customers who were charged for gas fees despite a promise of free gas for new car purchases.
Read more on WGRZ-TV Buffalo

Monmouth Junction car dealership settles consumer complaints
Brad Benson Hyundai Mitsubishi has settled its case with the state Division of Consumer Affairs… – 9:06 pm
Read more on Daily Record

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