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12/15/2015
By: Dan M.
Pagnoni Bros. J & D Tires
Tried this mechanic out for the convenience to my work other people I know have just started using them ... Come to get my bill for a simple oil change emissions and inspection and its $188 which is ridiculous for what I have had done ... I would not recommend anyone use these people that's easily $50 to $60 more then what it should be and I can argue $80... Most oil change are $ 29.95 and I/e $69.95 that's $100 not $188.... Customers be ware
07/14/2013
By: tcnyberg
Mardinly Enterprise Auto Repair
These people are worse than I thought, they won't refund anything. Going to court. Out of court, not happy, these people will take your money and screw you. The district court is directly across the street from this place. All of the pictures you see at their website are a smoke screen. They are located in a beautiful industrial park and their place is the eyesore of this park. I was there, it is a small dump with no landscaping, tarp on the leaking roof, cars, buses and junk laying all around the place. How they stay in business I will never understand. Although with all the lies and smoke I was fed, I really doubt they have been in business as long as they say. You should really visit this dump before doing business with them to get an example of the way they deceive you right off with the pictures that they want you to believe were taken at their place. They are careless, negligent, lie, have no knowledge of engine building, and will take money you will never see again. I will never recover the money this place has cost me. In the end you will deal with Frank the shady character that helps them with their finances and legal matters.
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