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Complaint Review: kayjays appliance repair
kayjays appliance repairInternet, California United States of America
kayjays appliance repair kayjay's, Kevin Jarrell DRYER REPAIR - RIP OFF Internet, California
*Consumer Comment: also scammed by Kevin
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I paid Kevin Jarrell $165 for a new dryer motor to be installed. I also gave the thief a $10 tip. The dryer did operate empty while he was still here. But as the other poster stated, I did not even get one load of clothes dry before it quit working. I have emailed them and called them half a dozen times and they will not respond.
Since I paid via check and made the check out to Kevin Jarrell personally, I am going to file a small claims lawsuit. Anyone else who has been ripped off by these people please post your information so that we can all sue them and get our money back. If you paid cash, I will give you the owners personal information as this is not a corporation. He is personally liable and nothing is off limits or protected from legal action.
Very stupid to rip off accountants when there is a paper trail, we live for this stuff. Some of my best friends/clients are attorneys and owe me favors. Very stupid move for $165. But what a pain - now I'm angry.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/08/2011 05:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/kayjays-appliance-repair/Internet-California-/kayjays-appliance-repair-kayjays-Kevin-Jarrell-DRYER-REPAIR-RIP-OFF-Internet-Californ-738553. 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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