- Report: #935352
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Complaint Review: Etna Battery
Etna Battery3453 East Main Street Columbus, Ohio United States of America
Etna Battery I took my car to them to get a CV joint replaced. Instead they took my new shocks and strut off my car and replaced them with a junkyard part. Columbus, Ohio
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He said, "well, you can take your car home but I wouldnt recommend driving it with the shocks loose." said "no S***, now, I have no choice but to get it fixed because this is my only car and I need my car." When I got my car back, the window was down and it was winter. I drove off after paying. I went to roll up my window and it would not roll up. The frame was bent. Now, the window was off alignment but it did roll all the way up.
Now, it would not roll up at all. [continued below]....
I called the BBB and filed a complaint, but the store would not cooperate and it was just he said, she said stuff. I filed with the attorney general and I never got contacted or nothing. Honestly, I am poor, and I doubt I will sue. Now it is s****y because I need a new strut and still a CV joint so I am deeper debt. I hope they dont do this bs to someone else. What goes around comes around and they will get theirs! All I wanted them to do was install a new strut and they couldnt do that.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/31/2012 11:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Etna-Battery/Columbus-Ohio-43213/Etna-Battery-I-took-my-car-to-them-to-get-a-CV-joint-replaced-Instead-they-took-my-new-s-935352. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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