- Faulty part Closed
After three days the service centre said there is porblem with the canister of a bike that has run **** km and only for * months. Reson being I filled too much full. Max I filled Rs ***.
How is that too much. What's the point in keeping such a big tank then.
And then they are not giving the bike back because the detail of my purchase is not uploaded online.
I am without bike for three days.
I have tocall the service centre to check onmy bike and remind them that I had given the bike for repair. So irresponsible. I am so disgusted and unhappy.
Are you brand?
Are you Lawyer?
Apology letter from company
Refund / Credit for purchase
Damages for loss and agony
Profit Aim Research
"It was very hard to get response from share advisory company but legal notice from Voxya made them to refund the full amount along with Rs.100,000 compensation!"
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