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It all went smoothly. For them they were in the middle of move to a new location, but were able to install that part the same day!
I found them all professional and appreciative of my time.
I would highly recommend them.
- Craig C N.
This is a horrible place. Do not go here. You have a 50-50 Provider name locked. of getting what you came in for. It's all smiles at first, but if anything goes wrong, you are screwed and it gets ugly.
If more expensive jobs pull up after you were promised you would only have to wait only an hour at the Subway shop next door, you will return after waiting an hour to learn that your car is buried in the back of the garage and you won't get it back for "4-5 hours...we're busy", which was a lie and was actually told to me.
I had to begin to call the Beaverton PD before my car was released by the technicians there who apparently didn't like my calmly complaining in this small showroom in front of their customers who pulled in after me. Mind you, I made an appointment for a specific time with the deal to get me out with a Provider name locked. job that takes an actual 20 min at most. When I made the appointment, I stipulated that I only had an hour or so since I was waiting for the job and had other appointments. They agreed to this and it was discussed a couple of times.
I was told I could wait at Subway next door since they didnt have a waiting room, and when I left I was the only car in the shop. The guys who work there threatened me when I returned and asked that my car be released after the owner who sent me to the Subway shop told me it was "4-5 hrs more" before they could get to my car. He never looked me in the eye after I came back from the Subway shop because he didn't have the guts to just cancel me. Did he think I was going to go to the Subway shop for 5 hours? Did he think I would wait because my car was moved to the back, buried behind 4 cars?
On top of that, they install older versions of the equipment they probably got cheap. Good luck if it goes bad. They deal with mostly one-time customers since it will be years before you need another alarm or stereo in your car. These are bad people when things don't work out, and they will not hesitate to threaten you once the sale goes south. They are scary people. I am filing official complaints with the BBB, the Dept of Consumer Affairs and the state Attorney General. Stay away from Provider name locked. .
- Carlos P.
I went to their shop, picked out the unit I wanted, and waited while they put it in.
It took them quite a long time to install, although they weren't busy, and after a couple days I noticed that one of the heat vents above the unit was loose. That didn't really bother me. Later when I was vacuuming the car I found some screws on the floor. Over the next few months I continued to find screws under the mats and seats. Then the console under the stereo, which holds a couple little drawers and is attached to the gear shift, started to loosen. I tried to push it back in place and use some of the screws to attach it but couldn't get it to go. Then the glove box loosened up and fell down so it had to be screwed back into position. Fortunately I had a number of screws to choose from so I reattached it. Okay, I was getting tired of this. I had installed a stereo previously so I had the directions to dismantle the dashboard. When I did I realized a huge chunk of the back of the console was broken off. They hadn't bothered to tell me they had broken the console when installing it. And also--not entirely surprising--they had screwed it back in with the minimum number of screws so several connections were loose.
I really didn't want to see them again and called around to find a used console, but nobody had one. When I called Provider name locked. to tell them about the problem they set up an appointment for me a week later to "evaluate" the problem. They told me I could leave the car for the day and they'd look at it. (Appointments to install stereos there are same day) That was today and I probably won't take it in for an "evaluation".
- Maryann M.