My car broke down in the middle of an intersection, and I had it towed to AAMCO in Capistrano Beach. Chris called and told me it would take $1400 to fix my car because the fuel pump was bad. I told them i didnt have that much, give me a minute. I called around and found several places to fix it for half that (including the toyota dealer) Aamco then came down to $750. I was told that the truck would have problems. So, I went and financed a car, I wanted my children to be safe. I spoke to Chris a few times, but didn't have the money to fix the car. I rented a car for a week. I then spoke to Chris around the 20th of Sept. and said I hoped to have money on the 27 of Sept., Chris said no problem. I asked Chris if he needed me to move my car in the mean time, he said NO. I went in on the 27 of Sept. met AAA there to get my car, and found out that the owner Andrew, placed a lien on it 3 days after Chris telling me not to move it. I said some choice words and Chris came out and said that he spoke to Andrew, and he was gonna give me my truck, he finally gave me my keys, and AAA towed it to another repair shop. I got the call from the repair shop on Sept. 30, and Shawn at th repair shop said the car was out of gas, and there was NOTHING wrong with the fuel pump. I was shocked, I went through all this drama for nothing. AAMCO tried to steal my car by placing a lien on it, and my money. Im a single mother raising my 12yr old daughter and 3yr old grand daughter. What a shame that they tried to steal my car by placing a lien and there was NOTHING even wrong with it to begin with. I am out a lot of money because of Aamcos dishonest behavior. I want all the money tht I am out of back, and money for the stress that I had to go through. I bought another car, and would not have if I had known there was nothing wrong with my truck. How many people have they gotten away with tricking like that, and the owner Andrew was behind the whole thing, even calling my house and being nasty. They need to be put out of business.