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Re: Next step?
« Reply #15 on: 01 December 2018, 11:58:26 »

She bought the car from a local "used car supermarket"and had I known beforehand that she was thinking of buying from there I'd have strongly advised her to go elsewhere as they don't have a high reputation.I wouldn't buy a wheelbarrow from them never mind a car.Yes I'll have to use the Omega for the duration-that's once I've got the puncture fixed that I picked up on it today in the rain >:(

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Re: Next step?
« Reply #16 on: 01 December 2018, 12:13:04 »

After all that love you gave your omega, that's how it repays you  :'(
that said,with all the pot holes which shake parts off fords and french cars,the streets are littered with junk to puncture tyres and no road sweepers or pot hole repairs due to the country going to ****
hope the tyre is fixable  :)
and hope the meriva gets sorted quickly and relatively hassle free  :y
I'd advise you ask for written confirmation from the warranty company that they are prepared to pay ,
if a part deposit on the car was by credit card ,then credit card /section 75 chargeback is an option ,
I'd demand a loan car off the seller too
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