Solar energy, used car leasing complaints rising, consumer group says

Complaints about solar energy sales and used car leasing are among the new consumer problems to watch, a report released Thursday by the Consumer Federation of America and the North American Consumer Protection Investigators found.

“Solar energy is good for the environment and for consumers’ pocketbooks, but there are starting to be complaints concerning misleading sales practices, confusing contracts and shoddy installation,” said Susan Grant, Director of Consumer Protection and Privacy at CFA. “Consumers should check out the company and make sure they understand the terms of the agreement before they sign on the dotted line for solar contracts.”

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The report contains examples of consumer complaints from around the country as reported in 2016 to 39 consumer protection agencies in 23 states.

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