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A woman is suing the Gil Stauffer transport company for losing her car, after she paid it €2,150 in February to take it to Bosnia.
Vera Temim said that when she delivered her red Volkswagen Polo to the company’s offices in Malaga’s Guadalhorce industrial estate on February 27th, she was told it would be leaving in a container that same day, to arrive at its destination in Bosnia on March 1st.
The company later informed her by email on March 5th that the car would not arrive until March 20th because of an unforeseeable delay. Then on March 15th a notification arrived at her home informing her that she was being fined for speeding in an 80 kph zone on the A-7.
The notification came with a radar photo dated March 8th. She contacted the company who told her it was nothing to do with them. She was later contacted by the company’s lawyer who proposed they should jointly sue the company that was subcontracted to transport her car.
She said she didn’t want to get involved in the company’s internal problems and reported the matter to the police, who are trying to find out where her car is.