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10/24/2014
By: Dennis R.
Tas Electronics Inc
I don't usually write reviews but I had to write a review for tas electronics on monroe st. Toledo oh ..for the outstanding professionalism and service that they give to thier customers.They are hands down the best shop in Toledo Ohio Kyle which is the manager at the Monroe location ..what can I say but he is the man! I had some issues with installation from ABC warehouse and by the way don't ever ever ever go there cuz they don't know what they're doing their professionalism and customer service sucks excuse the terminology. What happened to me is I ended up paying them $300 for install the TAS electronics had to turn around and do the same thing again because they didn't do their work professionally.I just had to take the time out because all the information that I receive from tas Electronics has been true and honest. I do a lot of research before I buy and honestly there is no better shop in Toledo Ohio ...Thank u Kyle and all of the employees at the TAS electronics Monroe location.
01/04/2013
By: necklace555
Tas Electronics Inc.
The service was great. It was fast and I will definitely come back and recommend them to others.
12/31/2012
By: franklinn405
Tas Electronics Inc.
It was a very good visit. I would definitely recommend this location to others.
10/23/2012
By: hayeswillie31
Tas Electronics Inc.
Best service ever. It was worth the trip from Port Clinton to Toledo.
12/28/2012
By: osb007
Tas Electronics Inc.
Great service, very fast and knowledgeable. Would recommend to anyone.
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