PS Racing, Douglas Weaver, Doug Weaver Oslo Other

Complaint: I spent a year in California as an exchange student and wanted a classic Porsche 911 to use there and bring back home. Found the perfect object on ebay and it was exactly what I was looking for (the ’78 911) and made contact with Douglas Weaver at PS Racing. The biggest mistake of my lifetime. (November 2006) Douglas Weaver billed my credit card twice for a total of $5000. We had agreed on $3000 for parts and deposit for the rebuilding of the 911’s engine, but he billed me twice ($3000 and an additional $2000 the day after). After several e-mail, telephone and me showing up at his shop in Burbank numerous times, all i got was endless promises and excuses. I saw no other solution than to file the case at the small claims court. He did not show of course, even though the courthouse is 3 blocks from his shop. I won the case, but had to go home and the matter is in the hands of a 3rd party collector atm. I also filed the case in the LABBB, and he replied there that he was going to pay (February 2008). He actually has a score of A- at the BBB pages which is beyond insane. The 3rd party collector is still on the case. (June 2009) Stay away from DOUGLAS WEAVER and PS RACING. Student OsloNorway

Tags: Auto Dealer Repairs

Address: 333 N 1st Street Burbank, California U.S.A.

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Phone: 818-8400911

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