Hi Japan, I’m writing this second time as I tried to buy a car two times from japan but unfortunately both times I had a big loss. This time its about JPCTrade who sold car to me with false information after asking them lot of times is car is good to go, everytime he (TETSU) told me everything is alright and you don’t have to worry about it and another thing I found this car through Tradecarview.com who I thought are genuine and will take responsibility of everything as they do lot of advertisements and have on their website too but even they are not doing any kind of help except saying dealer is cooperative. Car have scratches, (have to change battery, alternative, shocker leaking which so far cost me around $850), Crack on dashboard, electric button not working for windows, camera is all black and other little things so if i want to repair all this it will cost me a lot and which will cost me a lot more than a car price if I buy in New Zealand and other thing dealer keep asking me your car is cheaper so that’s why it’s cheap and have this problems, but I want to say I purchased from Japan because it’s NZ$1000 cheaper but after finding all these things it cost me way more than the car price in New Zealand but I like to have proper solution like some compensation not $250 off from my next purchase from them which I’m never going to buy again from them and maybe from Japan as both times I found cheater and liars in your country. I hope I will receive some positive response from you. Thanks
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