Hyundai dealership sending me demand notice for their mistak


I Purchased New Car from BEEAAR HYUNDAI in Lucknow. They told me accessories are free but i take car delivery on 2 Jan 2019 and they provide Invoices on 4 Jan 2019. After checking Invoice they charged me of accessories which they told Earlier are FREE. I complaint to Hyundai regarding this but Company Didn't interfere and i sent many emails to company but Hyundai never reply. I received call from Dealership and Manager of Sales from Dealership told me that Accessories are free than i asked why you provide GST Invoices if the accesories are free also what will happen if i refused to take accessories than they said they will not provide invoice if you didn't take accessories. After no response from Company i raised issue on Social Media and tagged showroom after few days i received a DEMAND NOTICE from Advocate on Behalf of BEEAAR HYUNDAI Dealership. They said that i am trying to extort money from there white collar client and i am harrassing them by making comments on social media. Now above things happen in January 2019 recently in October 2019 i again make Facebook comments and today on 18 Oct 2019 i again received same letter with same wording that i am trying to extort money. Sir i want to teach a lesson please help me. Amount is only 16000/- but i had call recordings in which they are saying it's FREE not chargeable still they charged me. They Trick me by saying that car is with accessories 7,48,000/- and discount of 16,000 for accesories is given than i had to pay 7,32,000/- but in this 7,32,000/- amount 16,000/- accessories are already charged.... Please tell me that the demand notice i had attached i take seriously? It is not sent from court it sent directly by their advocate to customer. What action should i take against them? 

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Advocate

You can take up the matter with the Consumer Forum.

 
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Sir, Actually price is around 16,000/- and if i take this matter in consumer court than more amount will be spended. I only want to know about Demand Notice. Will i take this notice seriously?

 
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