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  1. This is the very condensed version of the unbelievable and very poor customer service review that I have been subjected to by Synter BMW Birmingham. I started to type this up in detail but just the way that they secured the deal took me a page to write. The vehicle in question was a 2012 BMW E92 M3 in Santorini blue with competition pack FG12NUX a BMW approved used car. Thus is the attention to detail of Synter Birmingham most of the internal paperwork I have for this vehicle has slight variations on the registration. Friday 24th April - Test drove car, couldn't agree on a deal.
  2. I didn't reply to this mornings text. Got this one at lunchtime but only just picked it up. Over all the car's what it was advertised as. A slipping clutch does not imply a good runner. I intend to have the clutch examined and may choose to persue the matter further. Thanks. A neighbour has told me that the car was gone first thing this morning. The thing that really gets me is, i don't need this hassle for the sake of £400. I sold the car to give somebody a car for at least 6 months on the cheap. If he had come to me in the first place and explained the situation i would of pr
  3. Had this text from him first thing this morning. 'Good morning. Would you consider a contribution towards a new clutch? Thanks .' Don't know if the car has been removed yet.
  4. The car has been left outside my house, the letter with keys have been dropped through his letter box. I won't be back home until Sunday evening now.
  5. I've printed the long winded one out. I am used to getting everything covered and should it go further at a later date, everything so far is documented. Have i left myself open anywhere by adding too much?
  6. When you said add the rest, i thought you meant the long letter ???? What did you mean?
  7. You examined the car and test drove it and was happy to buy. There were no known faults when I sold it. You had a completely unrestricted and unlimited test drive and vehicle examination. You concluded that the car was in good condition and so you purchased it. There were no faults on the vehicle when you bought it. On Thursday 6th of June 2013 you viewed a car which i had privately for sale outside my house. The vehicle was a car with the registration of S421 YNP. I gave you an unlimited and unsupervised inspection of the vehicle, followed by an unlimited test drive of the vehicle on
  8. Is it still okay to say that it had no faults even though i told him it had a couple?
  9. How about this? Dear xxxxxxx You examined the car and test drove it and was happy to buy. There were no known faults when I sold it. The vehicle is now outside my house for your collection. I have enclosed both keys you posted through my letter box. Yours sincerely However there were a couple of faults i told him about. Is this still ok?
  10. I'm about to pop home, print the letter and post it. Could somebody edit me a version without the waffle please? What about asking him to remove the car? Thanks in advance.
  11. I'm going to leave the car on the drive and the letter as it is, as when the Police cars go past they will pick up it has no insurance.
  12. I haven't got cover to drive other vehicles on my insurance. To drive other cars on your own insurance policy the car has to be insured in it's own right anyway. That's not a risk i'm taking as i'm sure he hasn't insured it. Shall i just leave the car outside my house. That way i don't have to move it or keep hold of a key.
  13. Since i did not get flamed for the letter being too long, i have added a couple more points. I have put them in bold. Dear XXXXXXX On Thursady 6th of June 2013 you viewed a car which i had privately for sale outside my house. The vehicle was a car with the registration of S421###. I gave you an unlimited and unsupervised inspection of the vehicle, followed by an unlimited test drive of the vehicle on your own. You returned from the test drive and agreed to buy the vehicle the next day. On the Friday the 7th of June 2013 you arrived at my home address stating "I'm still at work, i
  14. I'v'e had a quick go on the drive and can stall it pulling off in second. I'm not taking it out to get it warm as he states as i have no insurance and it is his car. I've had the car 8 months with no problems, if my van had been another month i would have been driving the car for another month or so. I really do think he has slept on it and decided he didn't want it. I did not push the car on him and he had 24 hours to think about the car without leaving a deposit.
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