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Complaint: This company Auto Tech Auto aka SIA is by far the biggest Rip Off I ve Ever seen. This company is known for fixing computers for your Car. They promised me to fix mine and i was excited very friendly while ripping you off or at first. They made me ship it to them vs. sending me a return label then told me if they cant fix it they will provide me a used or rebuilt one. 5 days later they received my order so i called them and told them dont ship it untill you contact me. the following day i called and they shipped it and said there was nothing wrong with my computer ECM. They were very rude because they found out that they are dumb. I called and spoke to a guy named manny very smart when it comes to rip you off but when there is an issue he will tell you “I am just a Sales Person”” then transfer you to a voice mail. DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THESE GUYS TRUST ME I WOULD NOT WASTE MY TIME FILLING A REPORT FOR NO REASON. What They did to me??They could not fix my Item so charged me anyways because they call it “”ServicE FEE”” I love shopping online but these idiots proved to me that we can change your mind no disrespect to folks in illinois but these must be the dumbest group of people i ve talked to”

Tags: Auto Parts

Address: 730 N. Minnie St Tilden, Illinois United States of America


Phone: 1-877-870-8148

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