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“SouthWest Engines-Dispute-#2394721”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: March 19,2013

Complaint Types: Bad business practices, Contract / Agreement / Promise dispute, Customer service runarounds, Problem with a service,

Claimant says:" Purchased a engine that
included a supercharger, engine arrived 10/12/2012 with no supercharger.
Southwest engine told us we would receive it in a couple of days. We
called again after not receiving it and were told that it will take at
least 2 weeks before we receive it. It did not come we called again and
they said the supercharger was not included. After many phone calls
they ”
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Claimant Seeks: $3495

“SouthWest Engines <shipping@ea-tw.com>-Dispute-#1824951”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: February 09,2013

Complaint Types: "I just feel ripped off.", Bad business practices, Problem with a product,

Claimant says:" My Mother purchased a Transmission Assembly A.T. for a Oldsmoble Bravada on 12/08/2012 for me with a 1 year or 12K miles Parts and labor+$0.00. Total Parts cost was $495.00 with a $95.00 Warranty Cost. And she purchased the Bravada for me for $700.00 as is. I insured the vehicle and registered it. The transmission was delivered on or around 12/13/2012, I Had East Coast Auto Sales and Service. 659 Voluntown Road, ” ...Show more »

Claimant Seeks: $595


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