- 1 How do I contact Chevy corporate?
- 2 How do I contact GM corporate headquarters?
- 3 How do I complain to Chevy?
- 4 How do I file a complaint with GM?
- 5 How do I contact the CEO of GM?
- 6 Who is CEO of Chevrolet?
- 7 Is GM still owned by the government?
- 8 Can you sue a dealer for selling you a bad car?
- 9 Is there a class action lawsuit against GM?
- 10 How do I contact the GM recall?
- 11 How do I complain about a car dealership?
- 12 What do you do when a car dealership lies to you?
How do I contact Chevy corporate?
How do I contact GM corporate headquarters?
If you would prefer to contact us by phone, we can be reached at 1-800-462-8782 Monday – Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
How do I complain to Chevy?
Chevrolet complaints contacts
- Call Customer Care on 800-222-1020.
- Visit GM Customer Care Contact Form.
- Call GM Headquarters on (313) 556-5000.
- Tweet Chevrolet.
- Follow Chevrolet.
- Watch Chevrolet.
- Tweet General Motors Customer Care.
- Tweet General Motors.
How do I file a complaint with GM?
Send the complaint Priority Mail to the following address: GM P.O. Box 33170 Detroit, MI 48232-5170. Priority Mail will provide the consumer with a tracking number and notification of when the complaint was received if requested. Call General Motors to follow up with the complaint a day after the company received it.
How do I contact the CEO of GM?
Mary Barra’s Email
Who is CEO of Chevrolet?
Mary Barra is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Motors. She was elected Chairman of the GM Board of Directors on Jan. 4, 2016, and has served as CEO of GM since Jan. 15, 2014.
Is GM still owned by the government?
Like any public company with a stock offering, General Motors is owned by shareholders. In the past, the U.S. government was a majority shareholder in the company (after the 2008 bailouts). Today, the top three individual GM shareholders are Mary Barra, Mark Reuss and Dan Ammann.
Can you sue a dealer for selling you a bad car?
You can sue a used car dealership for selling you a bad car if they did not properly disclose any known issues with the vehicle. So a car dealer who doesn’t tell the potential buyer that the vehicle was previously involved in an accident is engaged in fraud.
Is there a class action lawsuit against GM?
A $121.1 million class action settlement has been reached to resolve a GM ignition switch lawsuit alleging a dangerous defect. The settlement benefits individuals who owned or leased a subject vehicle before the vehicle was announced to be part of a recall.
How do I contact the GM recall?
If you continue to experience issues, please call 1-866-694-6546 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. EST) for Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, Hummer, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles. If you’re having problems with a SAAB VIN, please contact 1-800-955-9007 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST).
How do I complain about a car dealership?
- Deceptive car ads or dealers — File a complaint with your state consumer protection agency and the Federal Trade Commission.
- Auto repair shops — File a complaint with your state consumer protection agency.
- Car rentals — File a complaint with your state consumer protection agency and the Federal Trade Commission.
What do you do when a car dealership lies to you?
What to do When a Car Dealer Lied to You?
- Most often auto dealers will not lie to you outright. Instead, they may mislead you to make the sale.
- You might be tempted to contact the salesperson to address the issue. Don’t do that! If he or she lied to you once, they will likely lie again.
- Call us today at (818) 553-1000 and we will guide you through the process.