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Car deal­ers aren’t the slime­ball lowlifes that the movies love to make them out to be, but even if they look le­git on the sur­face, their be­hind-the-scenes prac­tices can be a bit sketch. A newly launched web­site has been cre­ated to help con­sumers cut the risk right out and make pur­chases based on sound knowl­edge. The dealer-rat­ing-and-re­view web­site buy­er­score.co.nz al­lows po­ten­tial buy­ers to school up on what goes down at deal­er­ships, as re­viewed by gen­uine buy­ers, be­fore get­ting caught in the trap. Deal­er­ships alert the web­site when a car has been sold, so all of the re­view­ers are con­firmed as ver­i­fied buy­ers. And although the main point is to give buy­ers con­fi­dence in their pur­chase, it also feeds the in­for­ma­tion back to car deal­er­ships, help­ing them to im­prove so that con­sumers will re­ceive bet­ter ser­vice. The web­site has so far re­ceived over 25,000 com­pleted sur­veys, mak­ing it one of the largest dealer-re­view sites in New Zealand.

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