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By: Tyler L.
On The Spot Enterprises
This guy Ron is a really good guy.. not too many people in Chalmette willing to help like this guy did.. if u are lower income this is the spot to take your vehicle I say that because he worked with me on payments and did the work he said he was going to do and some... I recommend this shop to anyone in the Chalmette area!!
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By: Lana C.
On The Spot Enterprises
This place has awful service had problems with my 2002 silver Saturn it would not start took my car in and this guy name Ron stated that I needed a whole new transmission this was stated over the phone and when I went there to get the paperwork there was no paperwork then he offered me to purchase a 1998 Saturn and I gave this guy Ron $650 down on it drove the car for a little while and he was a big gas leak I called Ron and told him the problem and he said that he would take apart out of the 2002 Saturn and put it into the 1998 Saturn I picked up the 1998 Saturn and Ron said it was fixed drove it for a day the gas leak was still there I told him that I wanted the paperwork he stated no and I asked for my 2002 Saturn back and he said no he said he was going to take it I'm fortunately dead 2002 Saturn has a lien on it so he cannot take it so now he will not give me my car back this is an awful service and this man does not know how to deal with customers I do not recommend this place at all he was deported and displays was reported to the Better Business Bureau
By: Martin F.
On The Spot Enterprises
On the spot is really on the spot. the service was great. I had been to several shops and spent a lot of money. Never had my problem fixed. These guys jumped right on the problem and I left with the problem solved for less than I expected for a routine service check.
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