Trackers Installed In Mercedes

Purchasing a Mercedes in the United Kingdom, you need to take note that there is a tracking device in the automobile which tracks down the driver whenever he has a breach of contract with them. This simply means that whenever a buyer of a Mercedes fails to pay his complete fee for the automobile and the car dealers have been trying to contact him but to no avail then he would certainly be tracked down by the automobile company.


The sensors have been in all their recent automobiles but it would not be activated unless a customer defaults his payment with them. The automobile company also admitted to having shared their customers' information and vehicle location details with third party bailiffs.

 

Do you think the sharing of car owner information to a third party bailiffs is legal?

 

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  • Actually if the company is willing to disable all tracking devices after completion of the fees, then there is absolutely no need to panic. It's just strictly business

    - Michael Olawoye - 2019-08-22 13:18:34 Quote

  • Its right to share the customer's informatiom with the legal officer. This will enable the tracking of the customer whenever the agreement is breached.

    - Lubem Terzungwe - 2019-08-22 13:20:37 Quote

  • This is what the company would have earlier before now because Mercedes snatchers are every where in my area now

    - chibuike Benjamin - 2019-08-22 13:58:11 Quote

  • Its important to do so for security purposes as a business man or you would lose totally

    - Emmanuel Okoronkwo - 2019-08-22 14:30:25 Quote

  • Other companies also do these not just Mercedes

    - Emmanuel Okoronkwo - 2019-08-22 14:30:56 Quote

  • The company should have come up with this idea from the scratch. Thiefs are everywhere collecting people's car

    - Kingsley Okorie - 2019-08-22 17:14:59 Quote

  • So the only reason why they had to install a tracking device is to track buyers who fail to pay their complete fee and not even to track in case of theft? This doesn't make good sense to me. 

    Any way, what do i know

    - Obiora Anieke - 2019-08-22 23:10:51 Quote

  • Other companies also do this so I don't really see it as a big deal. If ur ownership is legit what should u be trying to hide??

    - Tochukwu Daniel orakwue - 2019-08-23 03:22:01 Quote

  • That's technology, its not easy to release cars without completing payment but some company went ahead to satisfy their customers. Its not a bad idea getting third party information 

    - Ajayi Akinwumi - 2019-08-23 04:19:37 Quote

  • It has been noticed that The sensors have been in all their recent automobiles but it would not be activated unless a customer defaults his payment with them. The automobile company also admitted to having shared their customers' information and vehicle location details with third party bailiffs.

    - Usman Aliyu - 2019-08-23 08:04:39 Quote

  • So the only reason why they had to install a tracking device is to track buyers who fail to pay their complete fee and not even to track in case of theft? This doesn't make good sense to me. 

    - Roland Chima - 2019-08-29 10:46:08 Quote

  • So the only reason why they had to install a tracking device is to track buyers who fail to pay their complete fee and not even to track in case of theft? This doesn't make good sense to me. 

    - adeuyi ayodele - 2019-09-03 17:23:41 Quote

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