One of the popular newspapers in the country "The Namibian" - in it's edition from 2017-11-24 released an article by Ndama Nakashole "NaCC's clamp on Namcars ups market options" in which it is stated that the reason for the fact that the Auto Dealership ratio has decreased on our website from 72 to 49 Auto Dealers thanks to "hard work" of NaCC - is a lie.
And it is also is a lie that some Kahn Mohammed is the manager of NamCars.net
Mr. Mohammed Kahn has nothing to do with NamCars.net and it is very sad that such big newspaper as "The Namibian" is allowing themselves to publish information without checking their sources.
I personally messaged the author of the article Ndama Nakashole and denied this information, but Ndama Nakashole was only interested in the name of the owner of the website NamCars.net and ignored the facts of lies in her own article.
As an international company we are open to working and communicating with people disregarding their race, nationality or religion as long as they are reliable and trusted partners. But the fact is that there are no people from middle-east in my company. No employees, no funders, or shareholders. We are Ukrainian developers, with Spanish, and Belgian team members, and local partners in countries where Dealer Login is represented.
As for the number of Auto Dealers, it decreased not because of NaCC's "hard work", but because the Pupkewitz Group is forced to use their own new website and prohibited to use NamCars.net. Despite the complaints of the managers of such branches themselves - they are not allowed to publish their inventory on NamCars.net any longer.
The second reason for the decrease in the number of Auto Dealers is the closure of the Dealer Login branch in Namibia, which serviced 5-6 Auto Dealers only, who for various reasons did not want to take photos on their own and demanded assistance. And as a result, such dealers have ceased to use our service, but again - it is not because NaCC performed it's work.
For whatever reason “The Namibian” has published false information, whether is was impermissible negligence not to verify information, or deliberate misrepresentation of readers and users of NamCars.net in order to harm the service in favor of the competitor, NamCars.net fairly demands from “The Namibian” public apology and refutation of false information.