BrakePlanet Palm Springs California

Complaint: On 9/10/2009- I ordered OEM 05 Dodge Dakota 2wd Front Brake Rotors & Front Pads. When ordering the items I made sure to ask the salesperson & was assured by that person that the parts were original manufacturer Chysler parts as stated in their website. When my mechanic opened the box – he said the items were not Chylser OEM parts. In addition,the mechanic could not tell if these unidentified car parts from CHINA & unknown company name Pronto was the right parts for the car. The mechanic said he would not install these parts. When I returned home, I immediately went on the internet with all intentions to get my money back. I found out the website for Brake Part was no longer available. I called the only telephone number available on the dead website – the person who answered said the company is out of business but took my name and telephone number. That person assured me that he would call back to solve this problem. I said to him “you are going to ditch me and never call me back – right!”” Sure enough

Tags: Auto Parts

Address: he never called – so I am out $146.33. What really is annoying is that I been unemployed for over a year

Website: and now to add to my challenges in this frustrating period of my life I was mislead by this fradulent activity company “”Brake Planet””. “”…&submit=Search I am out $146.33

Phone: I saved this money to fix the car in which was almost repo by USAA for nonpayment

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