Alaska Chevron Service auto repair shops in Fairbanks, Alaska. It claims to offer full-service auto maintenance and repair shop offering a large and affordable selection of tires, with convenient hours and locations. Their claims are misleading because, in reality, they are a bunch of scumbags who come up with different ways of ripping people off. I know all this because I have experienced this cruelty myself. I did some research and I found out that I wasn’t the only person who got scammed by these fraudsters. Alaska Chevron Service claims on its website that it has a professional technician who can handle just about any service your vehicle requires but well according to customers Alaska Chevron Service does not have trained professional and they lack in knowledge. I hadn’t availed their services before. When I visited this place for the first time, I got the kind of impression that they were careless. I was told that they are closing soon and that I should go somewhere else, even though the I had arrived 35 minutes prior to the closing time and I just needed 3 minutes from Alaska Chevron Service to check whether if my tire needed some patch up but I was disappointed with it when I was told that I should go home. Then I got a call from these people the next day and they told me that I’ll need to make a payment of a few hundred dollars. They took the payment but never really repaired my tires. I’m also sharing the experiences of other customers. One of their ex-customers has complained that it was the worst place to get his car fixed. He said that you should not go there until you want to waste your money. The mechanic can’t even sense where the oil was leaking from as he was unprofessional and don’t know how to treat their customers. One of the customers told that they hauled his vehicles for nothing and still charged him 100 dollars on top of it; he went there to do a diagnostic to top his car fluids but seems Alaska Chevron Service is not keen to make their customers satisfy and only want to make their money. Customers should be your priority whenever you do business with them but lately, Alaska Chevron Service is been keen to make money from their customer as they have tried to scam their customer. One of the customers who went Alaska Chevron Service for the first time says that as he was away for service he didn’t know any place he could trust in the area so he went to Alaska Chevron Service. The workers told him that he got a bad fuel pump and it was going to cost 1,100 dollars to replace it. The customer that he would rather pay $150 and towed it to the base only and have worked it over there turns out that Alaska Chevron Service charged him false diagnostic fee which they didn’t even do which shows how Alaska Chevron Service is keen to make money from customers pocket.
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