Carvana Company is under close scrutiny, this time in Illinois, where last week government officials suspended the online trade license for used cars to sell cars and trucks.
The Illinois Attorney General temporarily blocked Carvana’s dealership license on May 10 because the company failed to properly transfer ownership of the cars sold and abused temporary registration permits outside the state, said Henry Haupt, a spokesman for the Illinois secretary of state.
The secretary of state’s police department began investigating consumer complaints against Carvana in February, Haupt said Automotive news. The investigation covers about 90 signed complaints, Haupt said. He said he could not name the exact date when Carvana could see the pendant.
Caravan will need to “solve existing problems” before that happens, Haupt said.
A Carvana spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.