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April 10, 2023
USA Today reported on a lawsuit filed by Silver Golub & Teitell on behalf of homeowners in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pennsylvania alleging that Vision Solar pressured customers to pay for a product that failed to live up to its promises.
The lawsuit alleged that Vision Solar used fraudulent, deceptive and unfair practices and that its salespeople used high-pressure tactics to convince homeowners -- including low-income, disabled and elderly individuals -- to purchase or lease solar panel systems, USA Today reported. Vision Solar would often fail to obtain permits before installing its panels, leaving homeowners paying for a system that wasn't connected to the power grid.
"This is thousands of people who have been charged for panels that Vision Solar knows are not functioning," Silver Golub & Teitell partner Ian W. Sloss told USA Today. "We just view the conduct as very egregious," he said.
The lawsuit, Bascetta v. Vision Solar LLC, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey by Mr. Sloss, partner Steven L. Bloch and associates Zachary A. Rynar, Krystyna D. Gancoss and Brett L. Burgs.
The article is headlined “New Jersey solar company allegedly pressured vulnerable populations into contracts for 'a shoddy product'.”