The Broken Car Collection Company on Campbell Live!

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  • I first got a quote from another company but when they turned up they tried to pay me less! You people came out and paid me what you said you would...thanks I will recommend you!

    Irene from Taupo
  • Thanks a lot guys for turning up on time so I didn't have to wait...excellent service!

    Mike from Mt Albert
  • Thanks for the good deal A+

    Karen from Pukekohe
  • I needed my flatmates car off our lawn because the landlord was coming to look, you were the only company that could do it on Saturday..thanks a lot!

    Suresh from Papatoetoe
  • To easy, you picked up the car and paid me with out any hassles, now I am happy because my sons crashed car is off my lawn!

    Jane from Glenfield
  • The driver from Broken Car Company was really friendly and had no problem getting my car off the back lawn..paid me too!

    John from Manurewa
  • The lady on the phone was really helpful and gave me a good price for my car and your truck turned up when he said he was going to.

    Tua from Mangere
  • Thanks a lot guys for turning up on time so I didn't have to wait...excellent service!

    Mike from Mt Albert
  • Hey thanks for the pick up of the car and the money..good deal will tell my mates about you.

    Sam from Kamo
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Gary accepting his $1000 cash prize!

The Old Family Car Just Keeps On Giving

In 1996 Garry Campbell from Henderson bought himself a Toyota Vista as his go to work and family vehicle. For 14 years and over 200,000km the Toyota was a reliable driver for Garry. It got him to and from work, family trips and shopping trips. In March 2012 it finally expired, the engine broke a cam belt.

Garry called Zebra The Broken Car Collection Company and was surprised how much they offered to pay, he accepted the offer and a collection time was established.

Zebra turned up on time, paid him the agreed amount and gave Garry an entry ticket into the lucky number weekly $1,000 prize draw.

During his lunch break 1 May Garry  texted Zebra to 244 and learnt he held the winning ticket.   On 2 May 2012 after he finished work for the day Garry dropped into Zebra The Broken Car Collection office in Penrose and collected his $1,000 cash prize, he was a very happy man because...

  1. Zebra Broken Car Collection had offered him a fair price for his vehicle.
  2. Zebra Broken Car Collection turned up on time
  3. Zebra Broken Car Collection paid him that agreed price, they didn’t try to pay less

Two months after selling his car he collected another $1,000 cash from his old car, it just kept on giving.

Zebra Broken Car Collection Company pay more, turn up on time and don’t try to crunch you down on the price, a simple recipe for selling an end of life vehicle, contact Zebra The Broken Car Collection Company by entering your details using “contact us” above or call 0800 300 426

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