Bad repair shops

Bad repair shops This page is for bad repair shops and service . Learning that many of these shops use certified mechanics adds when in all reality these shops dont have certified mechanics . I would call that false advertisements . Lets put them on blast .

12/18/2019

We got our first put on blast shop .
The Master Auto Repair shop on Waterloo road. 598 east Waterloo road Akron Ohio 44319 please avoid taking your care or business to this place they take your money and don’t fix your car bad service and mechanics using YouTube to fix cars with no knowledge of what they taking about ...

10/27/2019

Use car dealers and bad shops drop there names below .....

10/24/2019

Lets drop them shops and dealerships who are out here selling lemons for cars and repair shops who claim certify mechanics and they are not ""false advertisements"" over charge you on repairs and just throw money at parts at your expense for bad diagnostics ...This is a no holds page all comments are welcome ......

10/24/2019

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10/17/2019

Bait and Switch Repair Scams ..

Many auto scams begin with an advertised price on a specific repair job that seems almost too good to be true. Once they have your car in the shop, they find other items that need repair as a way to expand the work order and inflate your invoice. For instance, imagine you might see an advertisement for a great deal on a tune-up. So you take your car to the repair shop to take advantage of the special. Once there you’re told, “You need this, this and this.” This is very similar to a bait and switch scam. The only difference here is that you’ll probably receive the great deal on the tune-up. You could also pay $500 for repairs you hadn’t anticipated or thought you needed.

A $699 car repair job can mushroom to almost $2,000 so fast it isn’t funny. Your mechanic will find so many things wrong with your vehicle that you’d think it’s beyond repair. This would be a great time to get a second opinion before authorizing repairs.

10/17/2019

Counterfeit Car Parts...

To save money, some unscrupulous repair shop owners cut costs by using counterfeit car parts instead of high-quality replacement parts. The difference in price can be significant but you won’t see any of the savings. You’ll be billed the full price for the parts and won’t be told. This practice can actually put you in danger because counterfeit auto parts are often of inferior quality. This can put you and your family at risk and you may never even know it. Besides being potentially unsafe, counterfeit parts generally wear out sooner than genuine parts. Detecting counterfeit auto parts is difficult because the counterfeiters often duplicate trademarks or alter them so slightly that it takes an experienced eye to notice the difference. If you suspect that counterfeit car parts have been used in place of quality materials don’t hesitate to file a report with your state’s attorney general or local Better Business Bureau.

10/17/2019

Part replacement problems..

A lot dishonest mechanics have charged customers for parts that weren’t used. In addition, the mechanic will charge you for the labor required to install the non-existent replacement. It’s a double rip-off! The old used part switcheroo is another common cart part related scam. Used parts are a viable option for many repairs, however, some mechanics charge customers for new, premium parts after installing sub-standard or used car parts. Always ask for your old, damaged part back after it’s been replaced. It helps keep your mechanic honest.

10/17/2019

Intentional misrepresentation of repair needs.

Modern automobiles are complex, highly technical machines. The average person has no idea how to repair or maintain their own vehicle. It’s very easy for an unethical auto shop or mechanic to deceive the average consumer.
This makes it very hard for the vehicle owner to make decisions on whether the repair is needed. Beware the mechanic who seems a little too pat at explaining the particular problem with your car and always consider a second opinion and definitely get an estimate of costs before authorizing the repairs.

10/17/2019

Maintenance Hook Schemes
Repair shops will advertise check-ups or preventive maintenance service at very reasonable rates. Unethical shops will use these maintenance specials to “hook” and deceive their customers. A simple oil change and lubrication process can turn into expensive and unneeded repairs. Some mechanics will even cause damage during an inspection to enhance their income by “discovering” new car repair needs.

10/16/2019

If you need help filing a complaint just contact us we will help you ...

10/16/2019

Having a bad experience are they trying to rip you off on your repairs just post them on here we will put them on blast ....

10/16/2019

Good morning ...

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10/15/2019

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689 Grant Street
Akron, OH
44319

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(330) 634-4483

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