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Bought a Mazda from Silverdale Cars in Leicester which is faulty. My MoneyClaim through the gov hasn't achieved anything.


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Good afternoon.

 

Last January I bought a car from Silverdale Cars. A nice looking Mazda for £3750. I spoke to man named Zayn and he was nice and said once I transferred him some money, he would send the car.

Money was transferred and car was delivered. Then my local Garage told me the whole underside of the car had corroded to hell and it was going to cost the cars worth to repair.

So though the consumer act, I went for a refund, no reply to emails to answers to my phone calls. So I went for their dispute resolution service of choice, but again, heard nothing, so it didn't go anywhere.

So I put in a claim through the gov Money Claims service, I won by default as they didn't respond. No refund was coming though, so I put in an application for a Warrant of Control. It's come back saying they are no longer trading or at the address they provide.

I've found out that they have changed their name to Numota as well. I even provided Numota's address on the Warrant of Control but it didn't help.

Can I get some advice on where to go from here. I gave them all my savings to buy myself a nice car that I can't drive. Just want my money back at this point.

 

Thank you all.

Zyble

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Heya Honeybee. 

Thanks for the welcome. My sister pointed me to this site when she saw a post on the same dealer here.

I had a read but I thought I'd post my own thread too in order to perhaps get some more personalised advice :)

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It, it was bank transfer which was insisted on. and I've already have the pleasure of finding out the banks can't help recover the money.

I hadn't seen the car before the purchase but there was a lot of pictures on auto trader where it looked good and when it was dropped off, it looked like it did in the pictures, of course it was underneath the car where the issue was.

It wasn't a band new MOT, it was done 4 months prior to the purchase by a place named K E Clowes Motor Repairs.

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