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How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by RASSIE » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 08:22

Hi to all members. Who had any experience with this?
I see the cars all over Toti.
http://www.bluelakessa.com/how-it-works.php
Any input will be nice to know.
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by Johann65 » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 08:46

Stay away! The car never belongs to you!! Almost like a lease scheme :roll:
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by RASSIE » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 09:09

Thanks Johann. It look like a kind of scam?
http://www.theforumsa.co.za/forums/show ... Just-Group
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by Insomnia » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 09:59

Plenty plenty fine print.
Stay away.

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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by Cross Flow Lotus7 » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 16:53

http://www.citypress.co.za/business/r599a-month-really/


Rassie, stay away!

In a another article I read, they change your option and you cannot complain as the terms and conditions prevents you from complaining to anybody....

http://www.iol.co.za/blogs/wendy-knowle ... 6g_IfmSxDI

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Post by RASSIE » Mon 23 Jun 2014, 19:55

Thanks guys for the perfect scam warning! :evil:
I do not pay a R.1 on a car and it was just to good to believe. They will burn in Hxll as this is bad in the new S.A. where people cannot survive except the few who is so call lucky!
My friend want me to buy as he got a car for his wife for the last 2 years and his tenant took his no. and SMS it and he never seen the R.3000. He move from R.899 to R.2200 and now it start to bite him!! This is what will happen to him as he need to pay for 6 years. It was nice as he started in 2012 but now it do not sound so cool!
I still got no running car, but we sleep well and no bank have to call me. :lol:
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by ters » Tue 24 Jun 2014, 07:04

When it comes to the wife its easier to beg for forgiveness than ask for permission!
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Post by RASSIE » Tue 24 Jun 2014, 07:13

Thanks Ters I will stay far away. :D
For now the Merc. have been better than me. I lost the fight. :(
Still walk and see more. :lol: :lol:
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by Johann65 » Fri 04 Jul 2014, 14:29

Info today!
Thousands of consumers have been left stranded after The Satinsky Group abruptly terminated their popular 'R699' car deal
When Candice Pretorius heard of the R699 a car deal, she was attracted to the promise of a considerably lower car instalment.
Based in Florida, on the West Rand, the deal was perfect for her as she drove 60 kilometres to work and back every day and was in need of reliable transport. But the deal quickly turned sour as the Satinsky Group, the managing company that facilitates the deal terminated her contract without informing her.
Although Candice later got her money back, she had the same problem just a few months later when she drove to Durban and submitted her images.
It was a nightmare trying to get hold of the company because they would not answer their help line number. Sometimes they would transfer me and drop the line
While Candice has since moved on and now pays the full instalment on her Tata Indica, other consumers have not been so lucky. The Star reports that thousands of clients were caught unaware when the Satinsky Group announced that their advertisers had pulled out and they were no longer in an agreement with Blue Lakes, which it partnered with to offer the car deals.
Satinsky informed its clients that they had found “a suitable alternative offering” and would now work with Accelerator Rewards (Pty) Ltd as its “valued partner”. Current clients would have to settle for points and discount vouchers in the place of a subsidy.
Satinsky spokesman Siyanda Zulu says: “At this stage we are engaging with all stakeholders and clients. As a result, we reserve our right to comment at a later stage.”
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Re: How to buy a car with no dep. Help needed.

Post by ZA Perana » Fri 04 Jul 2014, 14:30

Johann65 wrote:Info today!
Thousands of consumers have been left stranded after The Satinsky Group abruptly terminated their popular 'R699' car deal
When Candice Pretorius heard of the R699 a car deal, she was attracted to the promise of a considerably lower car instalment.
Based in Florida, on the West Rand, the deal was perfect for her as she drove 60 kilometres to work and back every day and was in need of reliable transport. But the deal quickly turned sour as the Satinsky Group, the managing company that facilitates the deal terminated her contract without informing her.
Although Candice later got her money back, she had the same problem just a few months later when she drove to Durban and submitted her images.
It was a nightmare trying to get hold of the company because they would not answer their help line number. Sometimes they would transfer me and drop the line
While Candice has since moved on and now pays the full instalment on her Tata Indica, other consumers have not been so lucky. The Star reports that thousands of clients were caught unaware when the Satinsky Group announced that their advertisers had pulled out and they were no longer in an agreement with Blue Lakes, which it partnered with to offer the car deals.
Satinsky informed its clients that they had found “a suitable alternative offering” and would now work with Accelerator Rewards (Pty) Ltd as its “valued partner”. Current clients would have to settle for points and discount vouchers in the place of a subsidy.
Satinsky spokesman Siyanda Zulu says: “At this stage we are engaging with all stakeholders and clients. As a result, we reserve our right to comment at a later stage.”
Good grief...I did wonder how long those R699 deals could go on for!
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