From the NY Post:
A Queens man who claims his signature was forged on an auto-financing agreement that grossly inflated his agreed-upon monthly payments says the NYPD has repeatedly refused to take a complaint about the alleged crimes.
"Each time I brought it to them, they said, ‘No,’" said Andrew Burrowes, 33, about the four times he has tried to file criminal complaints in connection with his SUV purchase from Auto Palace in Woodside.
“They said that didn’t constitute a police report,” said Burrowes, a school-bus driver. Adding to Burrowes’ frustration is that the auto lender, Ally Financial, has asked him to provide a police report to help resolve the situation -- in which he said a forged document jacked up his loan amount for a 2004 Volvo.
The allegedly false loan papers said he agreed to buy the vehicle for $26,645 -- not the $13,900 to which he said he’d agreed.