An organization that sells vehicles cheaply over the internet is falsely claiming certification with ISOQAR.
They are displaying an ISOQAR certificate on their web site. We cannot tell you their name or location as it constantly changes as the deception continues.
They get people to send them money for vehicles that do not exist. Do not be tempted by offers that seem to good to be true as they probably are. It is an internet scam – do not buy from them.
If you are in any way tempted, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org first to check the validity of any alleged certification. You need not inform us of the certificate misuse as we are more than aware about it and are pursuing the matter with relevant authorities around the world.