The clutch in my car had gone bad, & I was referred to this company by a co-worker. I decided to see if this company could get me a good deal on the product I needed. George Barton found a clutch for me that would cost $269. The clutch was for a 2004 Hyundai Tiburon, but he told me that it would fit a 2005 model. He also quoted $350-$400 for labor. I accepted the deal. That took place on Thurs., Feb. 2nd 2006. I was told my car would be ready for pickup on the following Mon. or Tues. I received a call from one of Georges workers, Tim, on Wednesday informing me that the clutch they had purchased for my car did not fit properly, & that the only place they could find a 2005 model clutch was from the Hyundai dealership. I was told the clutch was being sold at the dealership for $340, & that the reason they had contacted me was to make sure it would be OK because of the obvious price difference. I accepted the deal. My car was ready for pickup approximately 6 hours later. When I arrived at Mr. Bartons shop to pickup my car, & pay for the repairs, I asked for a copy of the receipt he had gotten from Hyundai. He refused to give me a copy, citing that it was for his records for tax purposes, & that he didn't have a copy machine to make me a copy of it. I figured "no big deal", & asked to simply SEE the receipt. Again, he refused. At this point I knew something was wrong. I contacted the Hyundai dealership the next day, which is today (Thurs., Feb. 9th 2006). I asked them how much it would cost to buy a clutch kit for a 2005 Hyundai Tiburon GT. They quoted me a price of $252.04, which is exactly $88.04 less than what Mr. Barton told me he had paid for it. I also asked if they had sold a clutch of this kind to anyone the day before. I was told that they didn't. I asked the representative if he was sure. He said yes. Therefore, it is my belief that Mr. Barton fraudulently claimed to have bought a cluch from the Hyundai dealership in an attempt to overcharge me. I would like the difference back, plus tax.