Lesson: always read the small letter when buying from used car sales!
In Fót's Auto Center, AAA Auto liked a Suzuki Swift, Agnes, the Totalcar reader. The car was sold in the meantime, but another was offered to him, which Agnes finally bought. He took the car home, used it for a few days, but the story unexpectedly turned: the car broke down and did not start anymore. Ágnes therefore inquired about the exchange of trades, as the AAA declares that they will take back the car they buy in seven days without question.
The continuation of the story does not hurt much: long litigation lasted for a long time, because the trade had stated in the meantime that this car was not replaced because it was not returned to the state as it was brought (that is, it was broken). Agnes and his family received a lawyer, but the AAA did not know anything, even when it turned out that Suzuki had several faults not mentioned in the receipt. The deal did not want to pay for the repair of the car, nor was it a scam, so Ágnes went to lawsuit against the company. The court of Dunakeszi ultimately granted them 275 thousand forints, which covers the car repair costs, but the cost of the law was also paid by the family of Ágnes, which, together with the lawyers' fees, sprang for half a million forints.
Meanwhile, they also made announcements at the Hungarian Competition Authority, as it became apparent that AAA had been deceiving its client with the possibility of a seven-day exchange. The competition authority imposed a fine of 15 million for trading, due to the exchange of war, so many complained about it. AAA requested suspension of the payment of the fine, which was not approved by the GVH, so the company turned to the Manor, where no decision was taken yet. Since then, Agnes has repaired and used the car, but because of the case, he has learned a lifetime lesson that when a used car is purchased, the devil is really in the details.
(Source: hvg.hu / photo: TotalCar)