Report: #1484439

Complaint Review: CorvetteMods fradulent parts supply - fort worth texas

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  • Reported By: nathan — houston texas United States
  • CorvetteMods fradulent parts supply 10100 Hicks Field Rd fort worth, texas United States

CorvetteMods fradulent parts supply fraudulent parts supply fort worth texas

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I recently purchased a Z06 replacement grille for my C7 which CorvetteMods advertised as an "OEM part direct from GM" at a cost of $649.99.  When the "OEM part" was received it was actually an aftermarket knock off which goes for $100 - 120 on Ebay. 

This was and is a total rip off by Mr. Neal H. Balogs company!  After several calls and emails to CorvetteMods  there has been zero response so I am preparing a complaint with the consumer fraud division of the secretary of state, the FTC(since this is internet fraud) and the better business bureau.  Stay away from this company, really bad business

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