- Report: #456447
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Complaint Review: RESTORE - ENGINE OIL ADDITIVE
RESTORE - ENGINE OIL ADDITIVErestoreusa.com Nationwide U.S.A.
RESTORE ENGINE OIL ADDITIVE product siezed and ruined the engine on my car and the company did NOTHING Richardson Texas Nationwide
*Author of original report: RESTORE is BAD AUTO MOJO
*Author of original report: The car is still on the road
*Author of original report: So Very Sorry about your Land Rover!
*Author of original report: Thank you for being kind
*Author of original report: This car is still on the road today, after the rebuild
*Author of original report: Restore additive clogged oil filter - TRUTH
*Consumer Suggestion: scam NO Ripoff 20yr old Girl?
*Consumer Comment: You picked the wrong car, Suzanne!
*General Comment: Restore oil additive
* : RESTORE - BLEW MY HEADGASKETS RUINED ENGINE
*Consumer Comment: Good Product...Unbelievable Story
*Consumer Comment: Robert is right on the money.
*Consumer Comment: Seriously?!
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Within 25 miles of adding this crap, on the freeway, I heard a "whine". The car always had an oil change, using the Castrol 1040 the car wanted, every 2500-3000 miles. There was not one thing wrong with that engine. When I called the company prior to adding it, to ask if there was nothing wrong now, would it cause a problem, they said "absolutely not, our product will only fill in wear areas where it is needed." I will never ever forget that horrid brittle dry Whine. I had just gotten the car started and hit the entrance ramp on the freeway when it began. I only enough time to exchange looks with my friend as we both said in unison "uh ohhhhh" and then *BAM* blew all (ALL) the rods and was stranded on the freeway. The egregious Restore folks made me submit oil samples repeatedly and even agreed that the engine siezed due to lack of oil, but although I was forced to spend money I did not have on more and more mechanics testaments and impartial folks to do further oil sample analysis, with everyone arriving at the same conclusion it was this horrid crap in my engine that caused the problem, that this crap jammed up my oil filter so badly, no oil could get to the engine, Restore did n-o-t-h-i-n-g. I was out of a car with no money to get another car, walking in Dallas, a young girl in my 20's, so not cool, while I continued to be jerked around for several years, by this abborhent company and they continued doing absolutely nothing.
In my 40's now, I have spent my years seeking out their product in stores and I always turn the cans upside down and backwards and announce to everybody within ear shot to STAY AWAY from this horrid product. i also alert the management of the store, which I am typically ignored but I do it anyway. I am actually shocked they are still in business. After decades of dishonesty and greed most companies fail. Hmmmm. To say I will never use this product again is putting it mildly. Had the company been honest and upheld their guarantee right on the can, I would have left them alone. But I am a lifetime enemy now....and I never ever stop. They may have stopped my beloved engine but my heart will attack until it stops beating.
No one should try this product, there is NOT a guarantee on this product the company will leave you car less and do absolutely nothing for you. They are the epitome of what is wrong with corporate america.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/29/2009 07:08 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/RESTORE-ENGINE-OIL-ADDITIVE/nationwide/RESTORE-ENGINE-OIL-ADDITIVE-product-siezed-and-ruined-the-engine-on-my-car-and-the-company-456447. 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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