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Post: #21
RE: Automobile Collision Repair
I dropped the vehicle off at that repair shop after work last Thursday. They called me today and said it was ready to pick up. All is fixed and all is well ... finally. What an ordeal. I am so relieved.

They told me that the first repair shop charged the insurance company almost $500 for a new hood, but clearly the hood was never replaced. They showed me the sticker on the hood with a VIN code that matches the car's VIN code, and it's obvious from looking at the dirt and grime on the underside of the hood that it's not a new hood.

So, that's fraud. The insurance company will likely have to sue to get their money back, and I hope they do!

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01-20-2014 08:47 PM
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Post: #22
RE: Automobile Collision Repair
Wow. I don't think that repair shop is going to be in business very long. Glad it finally is a closed chapter in your life, Sleepster. Must have been very frustrating.

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01-20-2014 08:57 PM
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Post: #23
RE: Automobile Collision Repair
I would say that you have a bit of a problem on your hands. I will give them credit for their ability to come up with new ideas about the delay every time you call. I can understand that sometimes things don't go as well as we want it to, but taking several weeks longer than originally agreed is a little bit of a stretch. I can't imagine that you don't have some type of legal action or something that you can take in order to get things resolved. I hope that everything works out in the end for you. Good luck on the adventure of mechanic hunting.
01-24-2014 12:22 PM
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