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Is it a fraudulent act for a LMCT dealer to advertise and sell

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Is it a fraudulent act for a LMCT dealer to advertise and sell a chatell with a false identity status

They have clearly acted in a fraudulent misleading and deceptive manner.

I would strongly advise contacting consumer affairs in respect of the matter and having it dealt with.

They are in the business of selling such items and clearly know which model is what.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you very helpfull,i would like to ask a couple more questions if i may? :

If this matter were persued,in your professional opinion what could the result be for the dealer in question, in regards XXXXX XXXXX breaching their conditions of lincense.


Is there a chance they could tie us up in legal knots stopping us from utilising this trailer for the purpose of purchase.

They may lose their licence and or receive a fine.

No they cannot restrain you.

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