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Rutledge Sues Custom Off Road Business for Failing to Deliver

Says, ‘so many hard working Arkansans being taken advantage of by deceptive companies like Dodge Off Road’

LITTLE ROCK— Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced filing a lawsuit against Dodge Off Road, and its owner Daniel “Danny” Gaston, for violating the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA) when the company accepted thousands of dollars from consumers to order aftermarket automotive parts yet never provided the parts, the installation, or a refund to the customer. These parts include lift kits, which raise the ride height of a truck, and stabilizer bars which increase the steering response and stability of a vehicle.

“I’m saddened to see so many hard working Arkansans being taken advantage of by deceptive companies like Dodge Off Road,” said Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. “Contact my office immediately if you believe you have been scammed by Dodge Off Road or another company for their illegal and deceptive practices.”

The Attorney General’s Office has received 45 complaints, each alleging that Dodge Off Road owes the consumer between $150 and $5,000 for unshipped or unsuitable automotive parts. 

The lawsuit was filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court. Attorney General Rutledge is seeking restitution for the consumers impacted, in addition to civil penalties up to $10,000 for each violation of the ADTPA.

The complaint can be found here.