STOLEN LAMBORGHINI: OWNER OF STOLEN LAMBORGHINI URUS OFFERS R20K FOR LEADS

STOLEN LAMBORGHINI: OWNER OF STOLEN LAMBORGHINI URUS OFFERS R20K FOR LEADS

Owners of  luxury car who  live in Gauteng, are currently at risk  of what appears to be the latest scam that saw the owner of a Lamborghini Urus put up a R200,000 reward on Friday for the successful return of his car.

It was reported that the vehicle which is valued at over R3 million  went missing on 4 February 2020 in Bedfordview.

Presently the most common scam is that the owners of high-end vehicles receive calls where they are told there is something wrong with their cars and they are requested to return them to the dealership. These cars are then collected on a flatbed trailer and when the owners call the dealership to check progress, they get to understand that their car never arrived and that in fact, the dealers never asked for the return of the said cars.

Owners of luxury cars are therefore warned to be vigilant and to confirm information or any of such request directly with the dealers before releasing their cars