- Report: #1081693
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Complaint Review: Sears Automotive - Brea, CA
Sears Automotive - Brea, CA100 Brea Makk Brea, California USA
Sears Automotive - Brea, California Battery Replacement leads to 4 hour Pursuit of Truth Brea California
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11:45 am Tuesday morning k- my lunch break from work .
Arrive at the Sears Auto Center to get my battery checked and probably replaced.
First in Line . Another gentleman shows up about 5 minutes later.
Checked in at 11:56am and told 30 minutes - it turns into 1.5 hours AND I am told that my alternator needs replacing.
My car is 2008 scion xd with just over 60k miles on it - and I have the platinum extended warranty at the dealership!
I get back to work with a new battery and bad alternator - my fellow employees tell me to get it over to the dealer and have them check it - if I have to replace it with them it's $100.00.
Left work yet again - and spent a total of 2.5 hours getting to the dealer, listening to them telling me everything is alright with the alternator, I do not need to replace it.
So now I am little more than angry - I have lost 4 hours of work - I am an hourly employee. [continued below]....
I review my receipt and no where on the documentation does it stare I need my alternator replaced - so I called last night and had them adjust the paperwork which I picked up today at lunch.
NOW what ?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/04/2013 03:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sears-Automotive-Brea-CA/Brea-California-92821/Sears-Automotive-Brea-California-Battery-Replacement-leads-to-4-hour-Pursuit-of-Truth-1081693. 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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