9 months ago I fell the bait and switch tactic from the internet ripoff kingpin James Saroka. Even on the 1st call with this conman , a little voice in my head was saying “To good to be true”, the advertised price of $1295.00 for a transmission rebuild.
I got suckered in by the ripoff kingpin himself for the free tow . I think that is what made me go for it. It just seemed easy…TO EASY…so if you are reading this…DO NOT be fooled. Now here is the part that gives you that nasty taste in your mouth , that you know is not going away easy.
I just news back from my best friend and neighbor ; as well as a honest auto mechanic. He said my transmission rebuild was done with used parts.
I am mad. When I got the car back in September , 2018 of last year I had to bring it back to the shop that the internet transmission guy had it fixed at ; 2 TIMES !! ; and it still runs poorly.
My brother in law said the used parts is the likely culprit. I paid $2875.00 for this rebuild on my 2005 Dodge Durango. I feel like I have been robbed by this internet transmission crook.
That is the guy who answers the phone to the ad with the cartoon mechanic character in the overalls with his thumb sticking up , like he was “the Fonz ” from Happy Days.
I should have checked the reviews. He has nothing good written about him. Rip-off , thief , con-man, all words associated with a crooked businessman.
Do NOT fall for this guys kind words on that 1st call. He is a LIAR !!! He also runs ads in New Jersey and Philadelphia and Baltimore Md as well as here in Connecticut.
And all reviews are terrible except for the ones on his website. Do Not give the keys to your car EVER !!!! To this company. You will end up with a knot in your stomach that will hurt for a long time.