Edmunds.com, the car info website, is asking people who participated in the short-lived Cash for Clunkers program to contact them if something went wrong. Although they can’t fix any problems, they’re trying to collect data on consumers who are being asked to pay back the government rebate after already being approved, which was forbidden under the rules of the program, so they can present the data to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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As Congress debates whether to add an additional $2 billion to the broke-due-to-extreme-popularity “Cash 4 Clunkers” program, several amendments to the program are being considered. One of them, according to the NYT, is an income limit of $50k per year for individuals, and $75k for joint filers.