Under any and all circumstances your best bet is to stay away from these people and their business. There is very little chance you won’t come away worse off. It would not matter if these people were in any other business, say construction instead of auto repair, the outcome of getting ripped-off by their failure to deliver after getting your money in their bank would be the same. Moreover, within their dark and dangerous automotive repair house of horrors, the specifics of transmission or engine are not an issue as the pattern is the same, over and over, again, and again. A: The evil ones tell you what ever it takes to get your money. B: May or may not provide a loaner car or towing. C: Your vehicle will not be reapaird by the time and in the manner promised when they took your money. They will lie about: Who’s at fault (usuallying trying to blame and attack the customer they just swindled); When they started working on your vehicle and how long; The condition of the vehicle; Their claimed understanding that you wanted to take longer to pay the invoice: If a part really was shipped: If they really paid for the part, and so forth. They will lie about everything in every way, while attacking tje customer. The swindle is done. It’s time to run. They won’t fix or refund. They can’t. Your money has been spent by them. The con is finished with the mark. They never had the intention, and probably not the ability to perform what they promised. So…they either/or do a psychotic aggressive routine or hang-up the phone. Basic lack of problem resolutioin skills? Not really. These guys scam for a living. There are way too many negative reviews in a wide variety internet sites and services. The pattern is exactly and always the same. Even suppliers who provide engines have been victimized by the same actors doing the same act. The only positive reviews are self-reviews to attempt to counter the hidious business practices described in legitimate customer reviews. They will probably go out of business, if they haven’t by this time already. The key is to be very careful if you come across any business they might be involved in the future. .
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