Woman Says She Was Sold Car With a Rolled-Back Odometer
Now that cars have digital odometers, most people think rolling back odometers is a problem of the past. But with cheap devices available online, it's easier than ever for scammers to mess with the mileage on used vehicles. When Jennifer Tebedo came across a black Dodge Charger with 75,000 miles, she thought it was the perfect first car for her son. After a few days of driving, the engine light came on, so she brought it to a mechanic. Tebedo says it actually had at least 110,000 miles on it.