Economist Mustafa Göktaş, President of the Association for the Protection of Environment and Consumer Rights, whose short name is ÇETKODER, said, “Due to the KORONA disease that the world is experiencing, our country experiences not only healthy life but also economic problems. The self-seeking mentality with a greed for money, which turns this into an opportunity, continues to get on our citizens and suck their blood. Relevant and authorized is just watching, ”he said.
Mustafa Göktaş, President of the Association for the Protection of Environment and Consumer Rights, said, “The supply of new vehicles in the market has been difficult for a long time due to CORONA. In other words, it is difficult for new cars to come to our country from abroad. If the consumer citizen gets a vehicle, he has to wait for months. There was already a wait for zero vehicles since 2018. In the meantime, SCT increases were the salt of the matter. The day has come for opportunists. The self-seeking segment, which is used to turning people's difficult moments into opportunities, continues to exploit. Nobody is taking any serious measures for this job. Those who have a spotter market and second-hand vehicles in their hands are cheating in their advertisements on their websites, exaggerating the prices and disrupting the market. It does not go unnoticed that some advertisements include announcements such as 'Uncle Ahmet, Ayşe Teyzeme was optioned, Sold, good luck'. These are misleading and false statements. With these statements, the market is being heated. Prices officially flew. How can a 20-25 year old vehicle be sold for 110-145 thousand liras? It's not mind blowing. The second hand was 45-65 thousand liras. While the worst domestic car was sold in the range of 7-10 thousand liras before the Corona, even those vehicles are now in the range of 15-30 thousand. Most sales do not have invoices. It is also evaded from tax. "This disgrace, the robbery must be stopped."
Mustafa Göktaş, President of the Association for the Protection of Environment and Consumer Rights, said, “Our people have become afraid of public transportation in this environment we are in, or they cannot find a place. That's why he gets out of business. He says I should buy a cheap vehicle, at least go to work with it, but even the domestic vehicle that was sold to 5-7-10 thousand yesterday in the market is burning today. Those who turn people's desperation into an opportunity and this mentality must stop, legal measures must be taken. Shame on sin. Prevent these people from getting on their backs ”- Hibya