CNBC has approached several new Tesla owners with similar issues, who have reportedly received a refund
The weird story of many Tesla buyers is that they pay for their cars with a direct bank transfer and then charge twice. “Every day Chris” was posted on the Tesla forum, eventually contacting someone at Tesla and withdrawing $ 56,579 within five working days of the problem starting.
CNBC has approached several new Tesla owners with similar issues, who have reportedly received a refund. Tesla did not comment publicly, sent an email apologizing to the victims and gave them a $ 200 coupon that could be used for items or jewellery in their online store. It is not a substitute for a K50K-K70K loan within a week, and buyers may fail to buy a new home for CNBC or withdraw money from a brokerage account to cover expenses.
It’s not yet clear what went wrong with the charges, but as Chris points out every day in his latest video, it’s a good idea for people to use a cashier’s check to pay in advance of their new Tesla (instead of Ash Exchange or Bitcoin) to prevent this from happening.