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  • 10.Dec 2009

    Beware of bogus online car dealers

    Thank you for your visiting
    We have the following important information for customers.

    According to the article on the East Africa, Bogus online car dealers have recently been swindling customers by pretending that they are winding up their firms due to the economic crisis.

    Main Malicious Exploitation
    Tanzanian investigators are reported the following problems.
    1. A vehicle which a customer received was different from the vehicle you purchased.
    2. Can not be in contact with the dealer after arranging your payment.
    3. The dealer doesn't ship out a vehicle for a long period of time.

    Avoid the following Dealers
    The following points are effective, investigator said.
    1. A dealer doesn't own a used car online shop. It may not be existing.
    2. Phone number starts from "+81-90" or "+81-80". These number mean Mobile Phone.
    Dealers can easily disappear.
    3. Dealers' address can not be found on a website. They may be phantom.

    As reported from Newspaper, some used car dealers are bogus. Please beware of them
    and keep enjoying shopping with us.
  • 27.Apr 2009

    New Regulation Starts for all the vehicle importers in Zambia

    JEVIC inspection is required to import cars to Zambia from May 14th 2009

    What is JEVIC (Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Center) inspection?
    JEVIC is a Japanese registered company and has been involved in pre-shipment inspections / certification of used vehicles in various forms since 2001. Zambian government and Kenyan government require JEVIC inspection for the vehicles to be imported to the countries.

    Inspection will be arranged by AGASTA before shipment. This may take up to 10 days depending on how busy the inspectors are. Booking of your vehicle for shipment will be arranged once the JEVIC inspection is completed.

    Please pay the JEVIC Inspection arrangement fee of US$200 for Zambia and Kenya at the same time of payment for your vehicle. Please note that without JEVIC certificate, penalty of 15% of the total price will be charged.

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