Transmission job turns into rip-off job in Charleston
Hasn't addressed Lawrence Lynn's request for a refund for stolen goods and transmission work he says is unfinished. First month in the Box.
Campbell Electric Company Inc.
Failed to address Greg Waterstradt's claim they charged him an additional $95 for shopping time to buy replacement parts. First month in the Box.
COMPLAINT: Lawrence Lynn, Mount Pleasant
"I took my truck to Transmission Wholesalers to fix my automatic transmission's overdrive feature. They took the transmission out and I told them I thought it was a bad sensor. They rebuilt the transmission, brought it back that night (smelling like beer) and charged me $1,000. They had to take the truck to a dealership to find out what was wrong. It was a sensor problem and they charged me another $100 to replace the sensor.
I gave them all the money I had to get my truck fixed and the first day I went back to work, the transmission lines blew. They reattached the lines but I only got around the corner before it started acting up again. The truck will not shift right. I've given them every opportunity to make it right and they cannot. Two weeks went by and they've told me they're waiting on a part and the truck is secure.
I stopped by to get my sunglasses and my truck was in front of the building with the dashboard ripped up, the stereo and other belongings missing. I called them and they said they didn't want to tell me until they fixed it and put in a new stereo. I called the police and filed a report. They put some junk from another car because it's not the right dashboard and has dust and dirt caked in it.
The Dodge dealership is across the street and they could've ordered the right dashboard but instead they gave me a piece of junk. They've destroyed my truck and it's in far worse condition than it was when I took it to them."
DESIRED RESOLUTION: "I'd like them to fix my transmission and to refund $5,173 for stolen items, loss wages and diagnostic charges."
STATUS: Penalty Box