The last of the RVs at Kerr Kountry RV in Owassa, Okla., were recently auctioned off in a bank foreclosure sale.
According to a report from KOTV Oklahoma, the multi-location dealership shut down last December and left several customers without titles to the RVs they had just purchased.
In some cases, the RVs were mortgaged by someone else, so if buyers wanted to keep the vehicle they would have to pay off the old loan.
The TV station reported that several customers have legal action pending, but all have a common thread – they didn’t get clear title to their new vehicle.
Attorney Luke Wallace noted, “Make sure you see the title before you sign any contracts or hand over any money. It’s the only way to make sure there are no liens on it.”
The foreclosure sale, a sealed bid auction, ended Wednesday (March 30).