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  1. A family member is very "Review" conscious and checked out a garage on Autotrader Review. They visited the garage with strong hopes of buying a car advertised on Autotrader. The car was faulty despite what the advert said, the terms of the garages own warranty would not be acceptable to most people, and the price of the car was excessive considering it's mileage. Price not negotiable. Once home, they wrote an honest review of this garage on Autotrader. Autotrader refused to publish this review on their website, without giving a concise explanation. It would appear Autotrader only publish complimentary reviews, which is no good to the car buying public. The family member wasted valuable time going a fair distance to see this car which had obviously not been properly checked prior to being offered for sale-----or was it !!!!!!!
  2. Hi guys posting on behalf of my mother who recently purchased a second hand car. She purchased a Mazda 2 3 weeks ago from a car dealer after seeing it on Auto trader, recently she noticed the car has no air con despite being inclined that the advert said air con and also later finding out that the wheels were not alloys. She got into contact with auto trader who sent her a copy of the original advert and it did state "manual air con" and "alloy wheels". She contacted the dealers who basically said that the advert on auto trader is basically a template of the same model car and is not always accurate and basically fobbed her off a little before wanting more time. We later discovered online that the actual description on the auto trader advert is not a template and it is actually the data that could be classed as a basic template from the same model car. Where do we stand? what are the likely out comes of the situation a little advice would be great thanks.
  3. I recently was involved in a fraudulent car sale attempt via Autotrader. I wondered if anyone else had been involved in one. My primary aim is to publicise and ensure others aren't conned.
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