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Toyota Customer Service Contacts

800 869 682 (International)
8800 200 5775 (Russia)
+1 800 331 4331 (United States)
+44 344 701 6202 (United Kingdom)
+353 14 190 200 (Ireland)
+43 161 0040 (Austria)
+32 80 099 955 (Belgium)
+45 44 850 400 (Denmark)
+31 205 929 836 (Netherlands)
+351 808 248 248 (Portugal)
+63 28 192 912 (Philippines)
+966 920 024 454 (Saudi Arabia)
+65 66 311 188 (Singapore)
+27 800 139 111 (South Africa)
+82 805 258 255 (South Korea)
+84 916 001 524 (Vietnam)
+54 800 888 8696 (Argentina)
1 Toyota-Cho
Toyota City
Japan - 471-8571
United States
P.O. Box 259001, Plano, TX 75025-9001

Canada
1 Toyota Place, Toronto ON, M1H 1H9

United Kindom
Great Burgh, Burgh Heath, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5UZ

Ireland
Killeen Road, Dublin 12

Austria
Richard-Strauss-Strasse 34, A-1230 Wien

Belgium
Leuvensesteenweg, 369, 1932 Zaventem

Denmark
Dynamovej 10, 2860 Soborg, Denmark

France
20, boulevard de la république, 92423 Vaucresson Cedex 

Germany
Toyota-Allee 2, 50858 Köln 

Italy
Via Kiiciro Toyoda, 2 - 00148 Roma (Rm)

Netherlands
Steurweg 8, 4941 VR Raamsdonksveer

India
Plot № 1, Bidadi Industrial Area, Ramanagara District -562 109, State of Karnataka, India

Philippines
Toyota Special Economic Zone Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Highway, Sta Rosa City, Laguna 4026

South Africa
Stand 1, Eastern Service Road Wesco Park, Sandton 2012

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Rodland Toyota — horrible customer service

Worst customer service that I have ever experienced. Service writer lied to me. Took car in two times for...

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Wesley Chapel Toyotasales/service

I bought a 2011 Scion XB in October of 2010, and when arranging all the moneys, trade-in and payments, everything was all set. About a week later, the Dealership called and said that the monthly payments had to go up because of some error. So I brought the XB back stating I wanted my trade-in back because I would not pay more because of some error. Then, the salesman told me that they fixed it and the payment would be the same. Now, almost a year later I had to bring my XB in because of some thumping noise when you accel or brake. I brought it in at 7am. I was the first car there for service, and finally after me calling twice by 11:00am to see what is going on, they said the could not here the noise but would keep looking. About 1pm i called and left a message again. The service person called back and said they have not looked at it but would try to fit me back in. Really!!! By 3:45pm i called and left messages for the service manager and the service person. The service person called back at 4pm and stated they cannot find any noise of any kind. I was a Service Manager for 4 years. I know all they did was look for a few minutes and said i dont see anything so no noise. The Techs dont get paid until service is needed, so i know they dont look very hard until someone pays them a diagnostic fee which doesnt happen for vehicles under warranty. You have to find the problem first, then the Tech gets paid to do the repair. So as you can see, its been one problem after another with Wesley Chapel Toyota. I would not advise anyone to go there for service or sales. There are alot more Dealers out there that will take care of the customer.

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    Toyota Promofraud alert

    From: "TOYOTAPROMO" [protected]@wanadoo.fr
    Reply-To: [protected]@yahoo.com.cn
    Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008
    Subject: CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    TOYOTA INTERNATIONAL LOTTO (HEADQUARTERS)
    Customer Service Department Affiliate of Toyota Japan .
    #28 Kanashiwa road Tokyo JP

    We are pleased to inform you of the announcement made today, You are among the winners of the TOYOTA CAR INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2, 500, 000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our electronic business Promotions Program.

    As a result of your visiting various websites we are running the E-business promotions for. You/Your Company email address, attached to ticket number [protected], with serial number 454-17 drew the lucky numbers 3, 8, 13, 22, 27, 41 and Bonus number 12, Your INSURANCE Number: FLS433/ 453L /GMSA and consequently you won in the Second Category of the TOYOTA FORTUNE LOTTO DRAW.

    You have therefore been approved for the payment of the sum of S$500, 000. 00 in cash, including a Toyota car which is the winning present /amount for the Second category winners.

    This is from the total prize money of S$2, 650, 000.00 shared among the international winners in the Second category.

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    Please be informed that your won fund of the sum of US$500, 000.00 is now with the payee center. Contact our agent and give them your full names so that they will re-insure your winning fund under your full names. Together with the port where your winning car should be shipped to.

    To begin your claim, please call our claim agent or send email immediately to:-

    Certificate Agent, Toyota Email Lotto
    Mr.George Monk
    Email:[protected]@yahoo.cn
    Telephone:[protected]

    NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, Please quote your

    1, Names in full:
    2, Country of Residing:
    3, Nationality:
    4, Residential Address:
    5, Date of Birth/Age:
    6, Marital Statue/Sex:
    7, Tel/Fax:
    8, Mobile No:
    9, Occupation:
    10, Company:
    11, Ticket No:
    12, Serial No:
    13, Ins.No:
    14, Lucky No:

    Sincerely,
    Mrs. Ing Chunny Liu
    Hon Online Coordinator
    www.toyota.com.cn

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      Toyota Matrix (2007)defective product/poor customer care

      AT ABOUT 40, 000 MILES, MY DAD'S TOYOTA MATRIX STARTED SHAKING AND SHIMMYING RIGHT AS IT HIT 50 TO 60 MPH. HE TOOK IT IN TO TOYOTA, BUT THEY TOLD HIM THAT HE NEEDED NEW TIRES. MY DAD PURCHASED NEW TIRES AT ANOTHER LOCATION, BUT THE PROBLEM PERSISTED. HE TOOK IT BACK TO TOYOTA, AND THEY TOLD HIM THAT HE NEEDED STRUTS AND MOUNTS AND A SLEW OF OTHER THINGS THAT WOULD HAVE COST HIM A LOT OF MONEY. MY DAD WAS SUSPICIOUS THAT THEY JUST WANTED TO RIP HIM OFF; SO HE DICIDED TO JUST LIVE WITH THE PROBLEM (SINCE HE ALSO DID NOT HAVE TIME THAT HE COULD TAKE FROM HIS JOB TO CONTINUE MAKING APPOINTMENTS TO TAKE THE CAR IN). MY DAD HAD A MEDICAL SUPPLY DELIVERY JOB (WHICH CAUSED HIM TO BE ON THE ROAD SIX DAYS A WEEK FOR LONG HOURS). EVERY DAY, MY DAD WOULD FEEL THE SHAKES AND THE SHIMMYS, BUT HE COULD NOT TAKE THE TIME NOR COULD HE SPEND THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT TOYOTA WAS WANTING TO CHARGE HIM. TWO YEARS LATER, WHEN MY DAD LEFT THE DELIVERY JOB, I TOOK THE CAR IN FOR ANOTHER CHECK. TOYOTA TOLD ME THAT IT WAS AN ECM COMPUTER THAT WAS MISFIRING. I PAID $702.25 FOR THE REPAIR, AND WITHIN 30 MINUTES, THE CAR WAS SHAKING AND SHIMMYING AGAIN. I TOOK IT BACK, AND TOYOTA RESET THE COMPUTER AND TOLD ME THAT IT WOULD TAKE A FEW DAYS TO ADJUST. THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT WENT ON AND DID NOT GO OFF. I ENDED UP TAKING IT BACK, AND THIS TIME, TOYOTA TOLD ME THAT THE CAR NEEDED A TRANSMISSION. I ASKED WHETHER THE MISFIRING COMPUTER MIGHT HAVE DAMAGED THE TRANSMISSION, AND IF IT MIGHT BE SOMETHING THAT TOYOTA IS LIABLE FOR. TOYOTA DENIED THAT IT WAS LIABLE FOR THAT. SINCE I WAS LAID OFF AT THE TIME AND I DID NOT HAVE $2, 500.00 FOR A REFURBISHED TRANSMISSION, I DROVE OFF AND LIVED WITH THE SHAKING AND SHIMMYING. LATER IN 2010, WE RECEIVED A RECALL LETTER FOR THE SAME ECM THAT I HAD ALREADY INSTALLED. I TOOK THE CAR IN, AND TOYOTA HAS "PULLED MY CHAIN" EVER SINCE! THEY REFUSE TO REIMBURSE ME FOR THE ECM REPLACEMENT, AND THEY HAVE NOT DONE ANYTHING TO SOLVE THE SHAKING AND THE SHIMMYING.
      I HAVE OWNED FIVE TOYOTA VEHICLES IN THE PAST SEVEN YEARS, BUT AFTER THIS INCREDIBLY BAD EXPERIENCE, THE NEXT TIME THAT I TRADE IN ANY OF MY CARS, I WILL NOT GO THE ROUTE OF TOYOTA, AND NEITHER WILL ANY OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS!

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        Toyota Egyptcar

        i have a toyota yaris 2008 model and a clutch problem occured 4 months ago and i had to pay 2000 egyptian pounds to fix it but unfortunatly the car service center couldnt repair it and showed an extra problem with the car...
        i went to them more than 5 times and they couldnt fix the problem i wish i wouldnt hv bought that toyota at first place!!!

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          Oxmoor Toyota - Louisville — dishonesty of oxmoor toyota

          I tried to resolve my problems with Oxmoor Toyota by having a 30-minute meeting with General Manager John...

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          markjacobsontoyota.com — false advertising at mark jacobson toyota durham nc

          I am sorry to say but Mark Jacobson Toyota of Durham NC has lied in their response to the Better Busine...

          Toyota Car Int'l Promotion Program Chinascam

          from [protected]@rocketmail.com
          date Sat, Sep 12, 2009
          subject CONGRATULATION'S -[Sat, 12 Sep 2009 19:53:54 +0000]

          Lottery International Promotions China,
          Customer Service Department
          Toyota Car Motor Corporations, China.
          28 Tanfield Road Tiaxiu lio Beijing China
          PRIZE AWARD NOTIFICATION

          We are pleased to inform you of the announcement made today, You are among the winners of the TOYOTA CAR INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM Participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2, 500, 000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our electronic business Promotions Program. As a result of your visiting various websites we are running the E-business promotions for. You/Your Company email address, attached to ticket number [protected], with serial number 902-66 drew the lucky numbers 05, 12, 30, 11, 17, 43 and Bonus number 10, Your INSURANCE Number: FLS433/ 453L /GMSA and consequently you won in the Second Category of the TOYOTA FORTUNE LOTTO DRAW.

          Please be informed that your won fund of the sum of US$1, 000, 000.00 is now with the payee center. Contact our agent and give them your full names so that they will re-insure your winning fund under your full names.

          Together with the port where your winning car should be shipped to.To begin your claim, please call our claim agent or send email immediately to:-

          Dr james lang
          Foreign Services Manager,
          Toyota Motor Corporations China,
          EMAIL: [protected]@ymail.com

          1. Full Name:
          2. Address:
          3. Occupation:
          4. Age:
          5. Sex:
          6. Nationality:
          7. Country of Residence:
          8. Telephone/Fax Number:

          NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please remember to quote your reference and batch numbers and other information provided above and below in every one of your correspondences to your claiming agent. Congratulations'' once again from all our staff and thank you for being part of our promotions program.

          Sincerely,
          Mr. john chong
          Online coordinator
          [protected]@rocketmail.com
          www.toyota.com

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            Toyota Fortuner — complain against toyota service centre

            I am an owner of Toyota Fortuner No.-WB-06F 5608 (Model Code no. – KUN51R-NKMSYX), I have some complain...

            Toyota Annual Promo 2010scam

            from TOYOTA ANNUAL PROMO 2010 <[protected]@yahoo.cn>
            reply-to [protected]@yahoo.cn
            date Sat, May 29, 2010
            subject CONGRATULATIONS!

            TOYOTA INTERNATIONAL PROMO AWARD.
            CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
            N0. 28 TANSFIELD ROAD.
            TIANXIU LIO BEINJING,
            CHINA.

            PRIZE AWARD NOTIFICATION

            Dear Sir/Madam,

            We are pleased to inform you of the announcement made today, You are among the winners of the TOYOTA CAR INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM.

            Participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2, 500, 000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our electronic business Promotions Program.

            As a result of your visiting various websites we are running the E-business promotions for. You/Your Company.

            Your email address, attached to ticket number [protected], with serial number 902-66 drew the lucky numbers 05, 12, 30, 11, 17, 43 and Bonus number 10, Your Insurance Number: FLS433/ 453L /GMSA won in the Second Category of the TOYOTA FORTUNE LOTTO DRAW.

            You have therefore been approved for the payment of the sum of US$700, 000, 00 in cash, including a TOYOTA CAMRY 2008/2009 MODEL which is the winning present /amount for the Second category winners. This is from the total prize money of US$40, 650, 000.00 shared among the international winners in the Second category.

            Please be informed that your won fund of the sum of US$700, 000.00 is now with the payee center. Contact our agent and give them your full names so that they will re-insure your winning fund under your full names together with the port where your winning car should be ship to.

            To begin your claim, you must email our claim agent/ Foreign Service Manager Rev. Hanson Diggs, and you must also send your full information as required below to enable them proceed with your winnings. Please send an email immediately to:-

            Mr. Sammer Cho.
            Head of Claims Dept,
            China Toyota Motor Corporations.
            Email: [protected]@yahoo.cn
            Tel: 0086-[protected].

            1. Full Name:
            2. Address:
            3. Email:
            4. Occupation:
            5. Age:
            6. Sex:
            7. Ticket No / Serial No:
            8 Telephone No:
            9. Nationality:
            10. Country of Residence:

            NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please remember to quote your reference and batch numbers and other information provided above in every of your correspondences to your claiming agent.

            Congratulations once again from all our staff and thank you for being part of our promotions program.

            CONGRATULATIONS!!!

            Yours Sincerely,
            Management

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              Toyota Jumbo Draw Asiascam

              from BOB <[protected]@yaho.cn>
              reply-to [protected]@yahoo.cn
              date Sat, Apr 3, 2010 (date spoofed)
              subject TOYOTA JUMBO DRAW ASIA

              TOYOTA JUMBO DRAW ASIA
              FOREIGN SERVICES MANAGER,
              ASIA PACIFIC CHINA
              Customer Service
              Ref: MC/7146x4/99
              Batch: 132/756/4007

              PAYMENT TO MAKE BY ATM CARD ONLY AND BANK WIRE
              ===========================================

              Due to the Recent problem related to our product we have decided to promote our new camry to reconfirm our stand to the recent fault in our brakes and malfunctional parts in our product

              As part of this promotional statue we select you as a beneficiary of our toyota camry latest edition and a sum of usd500, 000.00 that wil paid to your by swift card payment system.

              Our promotion council have decided to help stimulate the world economy by email balloting of people that have email in the internet by random selection and your email is among the selected email and you are qualify to receive the lump sum of usd500, 000, 00

              And due to fraud assocaited with this type of promotion we have instructed all payment to be made through ATM card payment so that all winners will be able to to receive their fund in thier country and use the ATM to withdraw it from any ATM in their respective countries your winning fall into china agent section.

              TO CLAIM CONTACT CLAIM AGENT
              BOB BOWEN at [protected]@yahoo.cn

              1.Name in full:
              2.Address:
              3.Nationality:
              4.Age:
              5.Occupation:
              6.Telephone Number:
              7.Present Country:
              8.Email address:
              Send above information in your correspondences with your claims agent. And reply to your agent immediately.

              Sincerely
              V.P FINANCE
              Mr. BOB BOWEN
              LOTTO AGENT
              [protected]@yahoo.cn

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                Toyota International Lottofraud

                from: william <[protected]@centrum.sk>
                date: Mon, Sep 6, 2010
                subject: CONGRATULATIONS!!!

                TOYOTA INTERNATIONAL LOTTO (HEADQUATER)
                Award Desk Department Affiliate.
                China Branch # Room 2904, 29floor.Exchange Office
                Tower, N0 189 Nanjing Road Helping District, Tianjin, China.

                Dear sir/madam,

                We are pleased to inform you of the announcement made today. You are among the winners of the TOYOTA CAR INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2, 500, 000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our electronic business Promotions Program.

                As a result of your visiting various websites we are running the E-business promotions for You/Your Company email address, attached to ticket number [protected], with serial number TL-909-P874E-69CN, lucky numbers
                04, 07 29, 44, 42, 30 and Bonus number 39, Your INSURANCE Number: FLS433/453L/GMSA, Batch N0:- [protected]-BB67 and consequently you won in the Second Category of the TOYOTA FORTUNE LOTTO DRAW.

                You have therefore been approved for the payment of the sum of US $1, 000.000.00 in cash, including a Toyota car which is the winning present /amount for the Second category winners. This is from the total prize money
                of US$2, 650, 000.00 shared among the international winners in the Second category.

                CONGRATULATIONS!!!

                Please be informed that your won fund of the sum of US $1, 000.000.00 is now with the payee center. Contact our agent and provide them with the under mentioned self details so that they will re-insure your winning fund under your full names. Together with the port where your winning car should be shipped to.

                To begin your claim, please call our claim agent or send email immediately to: Certificate Agent, Toyota Email Lotto Contactgent, Mr. Li Fuhua)
                Email: [protected]@163.com
                Email: [protected]@yahoo.cn
                Direct line : 0086- [protected]
                Telephone: 0086- [protected]

                NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, Please quote your Claims Requirements:

                1. Full Name:_____________________
                2. Address:_____________________
                3. Nationality:___________Sex:________
                4. Age:________Date of Birth:__________
                5. Occupation:_____________________
                6. Phone:___________Fax:___________
                7. State of Origin:_________Country:____

                Sincerely,
                Mrs. Lang Biyu Chen
                Hon Online Coordinator

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                  toyotalotto.thai1210signgmail.comscam

                  from TOYOTA <toyotalotto.[protected]@gmail.com>
                  reply-to toyotalotto.[protected]@gmail.com
                  date Thu, Dec 23, 2010
                  subject TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL

                  Toyota Car Lottery International Promotions Thailand,
                  Customer Service Department
                  Toyota Motor Corporations, Thailand.
                  92/48 Sathon Nua Rd.
                  Fl 17 Sathorn Thani 2 Bldg Silom,
                  Bang Rak, Silom, Bangkok 10500,
                  Thailand.

                  TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL
                  PRIZE NOTIFICATION 2010 NEW CARS PROMOTION

                  We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded annual final draws held on the IST OF OCOTOBER, 2010 by Toyota Motor Company in conjunction with the Japan International Email Lottery Worldwide Promotion, your email address was among the 20 Lucky winners who won US$1, 000, 000.00 each on the Toyota Motors Company Email Promotion programme dated as stated above.This is from the total price of $20 million United State Dollars ($20, 000, 000.00usd)shared among the 20 lucky winners, you are therefore approved for a lump payment of US$1, 000, 000.00 Dollars, in cash, including a Toyota car which is the winning present /amount for the Second category winners.

                  However the results were released and declared on the 18TH OF OCTOBER 2010, and your email address attached to ticket number [protected](TMPWAYZ20051), with serial number 454-17 drew the lucky number 3, 8, 13, 22, 5, 0, 27, 41 and bonus number 12, your Reference Number:FLS433/453L/GMSA. The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 35, 031 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet. However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy to make sure the money reaches you.

                  The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a database of over 250, 000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world. This Email Lottery Promotion is approved by the Japanese Gaming Board and also Licensed by the The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This lottery is the 3rd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the general public about toyota motors 2010 new cars(Toyota motors 2010 latest cars).As indicated by the computerized selection machine, your lucky winning number falls within our Asia booklet representative office here in THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND as showed in the coupon.

                  For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential and private until your claim is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever manner you deem fit to claim the prize money and the toyota car your winning present.This is part of our precautionary and security measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.In other to claim your US$1, 000, 000.00 winning prize, which has been deposited with THE MANAGEMENT AND BOARD OF UNITED TRUST BANK BANGKOK BRANCH THAILAND, Remember to indicate your reference Number (FLS433/453L/GMSA) to make sure the winning prize US$1, 000, 000.00 and the Toyota car reaches you intact and complete.

                  The toyota car shipping documents will be forwarded to you to claim ( A toyota car which is the winning present for second category winners) in any port of your choice, once your winning amount US$1, 000, 000.00 processed and transfer to you.

                  However, you are required to fill the form below, together with the name of the port where your winning present a toyota car should be ship to and send it to the online promotion manager of THE TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION for verification and then you will be directed to the paying bank above for immediate process and approval of your winning fund and shipping of your (TOYOTA CAR) where the sum of US$1, 000, 000.00 has already been deposited in your favor under your email address.

                  FILL THE FORM BELOW;
                  NAME:...
                  AGE:...
                  SEX:...
                  ADDRESS:(RESIDENT ADDRESS ONLY)...
                  YOUR OTHER EMAIL:...
                  PHONE:...
                  OCCUPATION:...
                  AMOUNT WON...
                  COUNTRY:...
                  NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PORT FOR SHIPMENT OF YOUR WINNING CAR ...
                  SHORT COMMENT ON OUR PRODUCTS ...

                  Please you are adviced to complete the form and send it immediately to our Promotion manager through email for prompt collection of your fund
                  (CONTACT PROMOTION MANAGER)
                  TOYOTA MOTORS FOREIGN SERVICES MANAGER
                  NAME: Dr. Wong Lee
                  EMAIL: toyotalotto.[protected]@gmail.com

                  WARNING !!

                  You are to keep all the winning information away from the general public especially your ticket number and ballot number.(this is important as a case of double claiming will not be entertained) Staff of Toyota Motor Company and the Japanese International Lottery Company are not to partake in this Lottery. Accept my hearty congratulations once again! for being selected among the 20 lucky winners .

                  Yours faithfully,
                  MR.PAUL WILTON
                  (V.P FINANCE)
                  TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION LTD.
                  www.Toyota.co.th

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                    Toyota Lottery Chnascam

                    from TOYOTA PRIZE NOTIFICATION // <[protected]@toyota.cn>
                    reply-to [protected]@yahoo.cn
                    date Mon, Jul 12, 2010
                    subject CONGRATULATIONS FROM TOYOTA OFFICE//

                    Toyota Car Lottery International Promotions China,
                    Customer Service Department
                    Toyota Motor Corporations, China.
                    28 Tanfield Road Tiaxiu lio Beijing China
                    www.toyota.com.cn
                    Affiliated
                    CHINA MILLION LOTTERY INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
                    www.china-lottery.net
                    Asia games
                    www.asiagame.cn
                    chinatelecom.cn
                    www.chinatelecom.cn

                    TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL
                    PRIZE NOTIFICATION 2010 NEW CARS PROMOTION

                    We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded annual final draws held on the 1st January, 2010 by Toyota Motor Company in conjunction with the Japan International Email Lottery Worldwide Promotion, your email address was among the 20 Lucky winners who won US$1, 000, 000.00 each on the Toyota Motors Company Email Promotion programme dated as stated above.This is from the total price of $20 million United State Dollars ($20, 000, 000.00usd)shared among the 20 lucky winners, you are therefore approved for a lump payment of US$1, 000, 000.00 Dollars, in cash, including a Toyota car which is the winning present /amount for the Second category winners.

                    However the results were released and declared on the 26th January, 2010 and your email address attached to ticket number [protected](TMPWAYZ20051), with serial number 454-17 drew the lucky number 3, 8, 13, 22, 27, 41 and bonus number 12, your INSURANCE Number:FLS433/453L/GMSA. The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 35, 031 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet. However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy to make sure the money reaches you.

                    The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a database of over 250, 000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world. This Email Lottery Promotion is approved by the Japanese Gaming Board and also Licensed by the The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This lottery is the 3rd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the general public about toyota motors 2010 new cars(Toyota motors 2010 latest cars).As indicated by the computerized selection machine, your lucky winning number falls within our Asia booklet representative office in THE REPUBLIC OF THE CHINA as showed in the coupon.

                    For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential and private until your claim is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever manner you deem fit to claim the prize money and the toyota car your winning present.This is part of our precautionary and security measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.In other to claim your US$1, 000, 000.00 winning prize, which has been deposited in a designated bank by Toyota Motors Company Ltd and insured to Royal Insurance company with Insurance Number (FLS433/453L/GMSA)to make sure the winning prize US$1, 000, 000.00 and the Toyota car reaches you intact and complete.

                    The toyota car shipping documents will be forwarded to you to claim ( A toyota car which is the winning present for second category winners) in any port of your choice, once your winning amount US$1, 000, 000.00 proceessed and transfer to you.

                    However, you have to fill the form below, together with the name of the port where your winning present a toyota car should be ship to and send it to the online promotion manager of THE TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION for verification and then you will be directed to the payee bank where the sum of US$1, 000, 000.00 has already been deposited in your favor under your email address.

                    FILL THE FORM BELOW;

                    NAME:...
                    AGE:...
                    SEX:...
                    ADDRESS:(RESIDENT ADDRESSONLY)...
                    YOUR OTHER EMAIL:...
                    PHONE:...
                    OCCUPATION:...
                    AMOUNT WON...
                    COUNTRY:...
                    NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PORT FOR SHIPMENT OF YOUR WINNING CAR ...
                    SHORT COMMENT ON OUR PRODUCTS ...

                    Please you are adviced to complete the form and send it immediately to our Promotion manager through email for prompt collection of your fund

                    (CONTACT PROMOTION MANAGER)
                    TOYOTA MOTORS FOREIGN SERVICES MANAGER
                    NAME: Dr.lang wang
                    EMAIL: [protected]@yahoo.cn

                    WARNING !! You are to keep all the winning information away from the general public especially your ticket number and ballot number.(this is important as a case of double claiming will not be entertained)

                    Staff of Toyota Motor Company and the Japanese International Lottery Company are not to partake in this Lottery. Accept my hearty congratulations once again! for being selected among the 20 lucky winners .

                    Yours faithfully,
                    MR.PAUL WILTON
                    (V.P FINANCE)
                    TOYOTA MOTORS CORPORATION LTD.
                    www.Toyota.com.cn

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                      East Coast Toyota — deception

                      East Coast Toyota is Possibly the worst dealership in New Jersey. They have perfected every method to scam...

                      Wood-ridge

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                      Toyota Corolla — warranty

                      To start, I purchased a used corolla from the toyota dealership and a comprehensive warranty. After a couple...

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                      Toyota / Corolla Versoanomalous behaviour of electronic key

                      Toyota Key Instability Problem

                      Here is another problem that the Toyota company has ignored. A rather strange one.

                      The Corolla Verso and the Prius models both use the same kind of electronic key which has two separate functions : to start the engine and to open and close the door locks.
                      My Verso is four years old and almost from the beginning the keys malfunctioned in a strange and undesirable way. I reported this every time I took the car for service but although the dealer’s service was impeccable in every other respect no notice was taken of the anomalous behaviour. They tell me no one else reports the same problem and, smiling, politely imply I am mistaken in my observations.
                      (Or that they don’t care).

                      I have exchanged lengthy correspondence with Toyota at local, national (Spain), European and headquarters’ levels - up to and including the president’s office. They are all unfailingly polite but finally unwilling to recognise the problem.

                       Which is that every so often the key spontaneously sends a signal to either unlock or lock the doors.. i.e. without the buttons having been pushed or even touched. In many cases it was certain that there could not have been any accidental button pushing while the key was in my pocket. Touching or stroking the plastic body of the key (away from the buttons) may sometimes have been associated with this effect which makes me suspect possibly an electrostatic influence on the internal circuit.

                      It is not possible to deliberately provoke the anomalous behaviour nor to predict when will occur and it is very irregular : sometimes happening several times in a day, sometimes with a long interval between events. No apparent correlation with ambient temperature or other conditions.

                       There is an obvious security implication : the effect often happens when walking away after parking and locking the doors. Masked by traffic noise a spontaneous reopening may not be noticed, leaving the vehicle open, at least for a period until automatic reclosure might occur (if it occurs).

                       The key I am currently using shows the effect very strongly and it is obviously very unstable. The most recent instances of unprovoked signalling have occurred when walking or standing a few metres from the vehicle which had been parked unused for several hours ; the key being loose and unencumbered in my pocket. In one case in fact, having just been removed from my pocket and being held loosely in my open hand, my fingers nowhere near the buttons, the key sent a signal all by itself to open the doors. On this occasion the event was witnessed by my wife (who had previously been a bit sceptical).

                       The first key that showed this problem many times eventually gave up the ghost and the door control stopped working altogether. (Engine start is not affected). It was examined at the dealer’s who offered no explanation, merely confirming the key was kaput.

                      If the failure is part of the general problem and if static is the cause, the internal circuit may have been destroyed by a static charge in a similar fashion to when sensitive computer circuit boards are not handled with precautions. Obviously, in the case of a key no such precautions by the user are relevant.
                      Another possible cause is a loose internal contact.

                       This failure caused two more disagreeable surprises :-

                      A) Toyota refused to recognise the failure as being covered by the (extended) guarantee.

                      B) The price for a new key would be more than €170 ! ($246 ; £154 )

                      This reflects a rather dastardly marketing policy common to many manufacturers. It must cause great irritation to customers while having minimal effect on profits since the sale of spare keys can hardly be big business within the general scheme of things.

                       It is even more irritating : as an electronics engineer I’d estimate that the manufacturing cost of the Verso/Prius type of key is hardly more than a few Euros or dollars, whereas here, for less than €120, you can buy a good 22” flat screen computer monitor – which in every way is infinitely more complex.

                      Hopefully a bit of public attention may lead to some light being shone on this matter.


                      Philip Minchom
                      O Barco de Valdeorras
                      30th June 2011

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                        Coggin Toyotastay away

                        I bought a pre-owned Honda Ridgeline from Coggin Toyota in late July and what I thought was an extended warranty (5 yr / 60k mile) from an outfit called Fidelity Warranty Services. After getting home to read the 6-page FWS contract and research the company, I immediately contacted the dealership and cancelled the contract. STAY AWAY from these contracts, people, unless you understand every word and are still convinced they're a good deal. Don't fool yourself into thinking it's something it's not.

                        My gripe has nothing to do with losing money (I didn't in this case) … it has everything to do with trust. Call me old-fashioned but I do business with people I trust, and because Coggin Toyota peddles these shameful extended warranties, they are NOT to be trusted. Go research Fidelity Warranty Services on the internet and you'll see what I mean.

                        What consumers (including myself until now) don't understand is that these so-called extended warranties aren't really warranties at all. In fact the FWS contract clearly states "this is not an insurance policy, a warranty, or guaranty" … What they are is an illusion … Coggin Toyota is the master magician, Fidelity is the sneaky prop, and you are the gullible, wallet-opening audience.The illusion goes like this: Contrary to dealership jargon or your own perceptions of extended warranties, you are NOT extending the factory warranty of your car. And contrary to whatever coverage you purchased (in my case an extra 5 years, 60k miles), you are likely not "covered" for repairs up to those limits. The main reason is because of a convenient yet rarely recognized clause in the FWS contract that says mechanical breakdown (i.e. the failure of a covered part) "due to gradual reduction in operating performance as a result of normal wear and tear" is only covered "prior to the vehicle reaching 50, 000 miles." Put simply, breakdown caused by wear & tear is NOT covered after 50, 000 miles … those repairs fall squarely on your dime unless you're banking on FWS feeling generous. And guess what, most factory "bumper to bumper" warranties run for 36k - 50k miles anyhow, so thanks to the clever little 50, 000 wear & tear cap, your so-called extended warranty from FWS probably expires around the same time as your free factory one.

                        Sure, FWS will cover repairs up to your contract limits if the mechanical breakdown was clearly caused by "faulty workmanship or materials provided by the original vehicle manufacturer", but those kinds of problems usually show up very early in a vehicle's life and almost always fall under the factory warranty, not FWS. If they show up later (say at 51, 000 miles), good luck convincing FWS that the part failed due to faulty workmanship / materials even though the part survived the first 50k miles and undoubtedly at that point has undergone considerable wear & tear. All FWS has to do is say, "Well that bad transmission had some wear & tear on it, so, sorry, claim denied."

                        And, yes, keep in mind that FWS decides whether to pay a claim, NOT you, and NOT your mechanic. Since FWS already has your money, their only real incentive to pay your claim is to not get sued, which isn't much incentive at all since you signed away your rights to a trial by jury and to class action lawsuits when you entered the contract. FWS's lawyers aren't stupid, so you're best defense is to avoid buying FWS contracts all together. And if you think you're dealership is going to make FWS pay your claims, well think again … more than 170 dealerships across the southeast are already in bed with one of FWS's sister companies … but that's another story for another day.

                        When I read the many complaints about FWS on the internet, I often see comments like "Fidelity didn't honor their warranty". But what these people should really focus on is that Fidelity DID honor their warranty … They did exactly what their warranty said they would do, which is to deny claims under the 50, 000 wear & tear cap. Consumers are understandably upset at FWS because they were sold the illusion of an extended warranty, peddled masterfully by dealerships like Coggin Toyota with words like "peace of mind" "bumper to bumper" and "best warranty in the business". Illegal, probably not, but the whole act is unquestionably dishonest and misleading.

                        It's a shame that companies like Fidelity build an entire business model around crafting a product that pretends to be something it isn't, but even more a shame that dealerships perpetuate and extend the illusion at the expense of their own customers. Like so many others, I suppose Coggin Toyota has fallen into the mindset that short-term profits are more important than earning long term trust and loyalty from their customers. Is a couple hundred dollars profit from some sketchy 3rd party warranty really worth losing my family's business for life?

                        If trust is important to you, I suggest you car shop somewhere else and stay clear of any Fidelity service contracts … unless of course you enjoy being tricked by magic.

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                          Toyota Egyptcorolla worest car

                          Dear...


                          Fisrt of all i have alot of complaints about the car that i recently bought it in 2011/6 (toyota corolla, model 2010 highline, ODO 5224km still in warranty)
                          1- The steering wheel shakes when i press brake padel badly and i feel that i'll lose control of it and lead to jerk the steering wheel and the whole car like earthquake.
                          2- Rear brake system is lock always at any speed and make some noise too.
                          3- High noise come from bottom of the engine on non-paved ground and coarse ground.
                          with respect to TOYOTA CORPORATION Reputation
                          * (HINT) I have all this problems since i bought the car
                          - I think that i'll die soon because of you and i want to get my money back PLEASE because i bought the worest car ever
                          This is not Toyota i knew it was a legend


                          Sincerely

                          Architect
                          Abdallah Adel
                          mobile number +[protected]
                          [protected]@hotmail.com

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                            wilmington Toyotawarranty overcharge

                            They charged my friend $2400 for a 100, 000 warranty.
                            While I bought mine from another dealership (same car) and they only charged $1650 for a 125, 000 mile warranty... for the same car.

                            That is sad that they would actually pass that much of a markup for a lesser product. The other dealership made profit, but they didn't way overcharge their customers.

                            If they really believed in customer service, they would charge everyone the same price, not wait to see if unknowing people would pay so much more. That is taking advantage of someone.

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