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Car dealer ordered to pay RM25,000

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Post by Admin on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:18 pm

Car dealer ordered to pay RM25,000

Published on: Thursday, January 20, 2011.Daily Express

Tawau: A car dealer here was ordered to pay losses amounting to RM25,000 as the maximum claim of a teacher when the company failed to keep its promise to sell his 4WD vehicle as promised.

Consumer Claims Tribunal President, Pretam Singh A/L Darshan Singh directed Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Tawau branch to pay the amount to Abdul Malik Yusof within two weeks.

Pretam said the company should be more responsible in carrying out their business dealing with potential customers as failing to sell the car has incurred losses to the claimant.

Abdul Malik told the Tribunal that he was invited by the company to engage in a car dealing transaction in Dec 2009.

During their discussion, the respondent represented by its salesman has agreed to take up two cars belonging to Abdul Malik with the condition that the claimant must buy the 4WD Mitsubishi Triton Lite 2.5.

The claimant agreed and told the respondent that his Toyota Avanza is in good condition while his Nissan Frontier had engine problem.

The respondent agreed to take both vehicles by saying there are buyers interested and the respondent agreed to bear the repairing cost for the Nissan Frontier with three conditions.

The conditions are that the claimant must pay two months of installment of the Nissan Frontier and the 4WD vehicle will be sold to a buyer without changing the owner's name and the claimant must buy the 4WD vehicle belonging to the respondent.

Until now, the claimant said his Nissan Frontier is still left in a workshop of the respondent although he had asked several times about the status of the vehicle.

Due to the failure of the company to keep its promise to sell the Nissan Frontier, the claimant was summoned by Ambank Tawau on May 12, 2010 and received a warrant from the Magistrate Court here to pay RM37,496.20 plus costs of RM966.

The claimant said his name was also blacklisted by the bank due to the failure of the respondent.

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