we bought a second hand car via a facebo...

Asked by suzette on 11-03-2018 19:32:28
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 100.00

we bought a second hand car via a facebook add the owner advise us there were nothing wrong with the car except for the license he would sort out and bring it to us the monday. We made an eft payment drove off 50 kilos from his place to ours and as we pull in at the driveway oil was lweaking out of the car we then immediately phone the guy and said we are coming back with it as there is also a vibration we want to cancel the deal and need our money back, he said we cant have our money back he just used it in 40 minites? and that he wil send a truck to collect it the next day to get it fixed , which he did we confirmed that the car was at a repairs shop after 3 days when we phoned again we were advised that the owner collected the car . eversince he does not pick up his phones only via sms he advise us that he spended money extra now to get it fixed he will resell it and refund us it is now almost 2 months when you ask him he swears you, I have managed to follow all adds where he has advertised and confirmation on different phones and voice recordings were he admid that car has been sold _ without him knowing its us, still no refunf for us he say car is still standing

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