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Old 2nd April 2015, 09:49   #16
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Default Re: Bad experience: Church father, Bajaj dealer & bike exchange

The priest has been taken for a ride by the dealer. Now for a solution do the following.

For cancellation of the HP endorsement on the RC of the old bike, obtain a form for HP termination and get it signed and sealed from the Bank. It is the duty of the seller, first of all, to cancel the HP endorsement if any, prior to sale.

Does the new bike has a temporary registration and has the dealer handed over the relevant papers, required for registration.

This is where the PDI formalities mentioned on this forum, comes in handy.

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Old 4th April 2015, 16:36   #17
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If the bike is hypothecated, is there also some loan outstanding on it? Has that been cleared? Still amazed that the dealer can completely miss this in the inspection.
The loan has expired. We just need to obtain NOC from bank and endorse at RTO.

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File a police case for cheating, since he has refused to hand over papers despite payment being made and also he has handed over a bike without registering.

I am assuming that he has not even given a temp number.
I am not sure if we have got a temp number. Will revert.

Police complaint will be the next step.

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Whatever has happened is not good and I would suggest going the legal route as well. Also, try dropping an e-mail to amitnandi @ bajajauto dot co dot in and see if he replies.
Thanks for the email, will send him an email.


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This is where the PDI formalities mentioned on this forum, comes in handy.
Fully agree, there was no PDI, no nothing. The staff just came and fropped the bike at his house.
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The loan has expired. We just need to obtain NOC from bank and endorse at RTO.
Any updates on the issue? Is it settled now?
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