Scott Smith is a liar when he says he warrantied the prior owner’s work. What he does or you have to do is contact AAMCO Head Quarters in Horsham, PA and tell them the previous AAMCO store went out of business and you need work done on your car as per your warranty. That is the only way he will honor the previous owners warranty so he can get paid. He did not do this for me. In fact, he told me he when he took over the business, he has in his contact he does not assume any liability from the previous owner. Fine, but, don’t keep the previous owner’s staff who screwed up my car. Four months before Scott Smith took over AAMCO, I brought my car to that same location and the same mechanics that Scott retained when he took over Jaimie and Ed Gold, miss diagnosed my car problem. They screwed up my car’s transmission, the PCM, the electrical system pinching and crossing wires to the fuse box that coast me $2,300.16. For six months I kept having the same transmission error codes that were electrical, putting my care in limp or safety mold, costing me more money because, I tried to get other AAMCO stores to work on my car and they refused. Do not get your car worked on by AAMCO. Do a search on AAMCO and you will see they are the worse car repair company in the country. I went to five AAMCO stores in three states and they won’t honor warranty repairs if it is a transmission electric problem or it is inside the transmission. Two, AAMCO won’t work on your car if you had a problem with the original store and if you try to get warranty work done at another location, they have to call the store who did the work and they will try to get out of paying for repairs so the warranty is useless. This is what I went through. To get my car worked on, I had to sign a release with AAMCO corporate that I don’t make a claim against them or College Station AAMCO. There is nothing I could do since the previous owner went bankrupt and I had to take what I could get at the time. Scott Smith operates in the same building paying a franchise fee using the AAMCO name and he kept the previous owner’s mechanics who ruin my car, therefore, he is responsible. Had he not retain the same mechanics, I would not be writing this review and warn residents in Bryan College Station to look elsewhere
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