Awful company. I have contacted the rep from www.autoslash.com. We spoke and I finally decided to rent a car through them, but the rep told me that the price was about $300 per 3 days. It was ok for me, but after I agreed, they cancelled the deal and no one told me about it. And made another deal, but the price was much higher. Be careful, because they do everything in order not to return money.
Wife took car in for OBD State Inspection on 10/08/07. Left car and provided phone as contact. Repair shop called and stated car was ready
This website is filled with nothing but poor quality, counterfeit items. | After two weeks of waiting (the website said it would take 7-10
We have contracted with Mr. Banister in reference with the case which I am going through last February 12, 2018. He has been very
I have had 3 cars damaged by affordable tire and brake. When I demand satisfaction the owner Tony became so difficult to deal with I just
I have made a reservation online with the Pasadena Howard Johnson and I later decided to cancel my reservation but when I did the hotel
This company stole my money and didn’t even serve the person leading me to big trouble with the judge for failing to provide proof
Yahoo updated my credit card information with info I did not give them. They then charged for 3 domains after I had cancelled 1 of the 3
On November 12th 2019 I bought a vehicle from Albi Auto Sales LLC. I purchased a 2015 Chevrolet Traverse for $8500 cash. Sami told me the
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