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Foley-Sweitzer Informative - Being Over Charged Billing With Out Notice

Review by donna loss on 2007-10-05
My car was under a 3 yr or 36,000 mile warranty took car in for oil change & have tires rotated. Done the oil ok but when they went to rotate tires said it needed alignment. I said ok had to come back next day I was told different things about the labor. Bottom line was test drove car without my consent ending up over charging me 93.60. When I asked about the bill they had said the 1st day I was billed 33.60, Next day I was billed 60.00. The car had bumper to bumper warranty. I was charged 347.60 4 New tires 1.00 Valve stem 48.00 For mounting my should have been 430.24, Instead it was 523.84. I think it is a bad thing when you take your car in and get "ripped off" they should be thinking of there pride and not there "fat bank account". It is a shame for such a big company to do this to a customer.

Ask yourself would want you car serviced there I would not!

Edward baugh
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-10-05
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-05:
Oh brother..... I voted this not helpful.....I would have voted it stewpid, but that was not an option
Posted by sarahnkrystal on 2007-10-05:
They all test drive your car, how do you think it makes it on and off the lift so they can do the work?
Posted by Slimjim on 2007-10-05:
So where is this Foley-Sweitzer we should be aware off?
Posted by Aerocave on 2007-10-05:
Not following your complaint here...if it was that obvious that the numbers did not add up, why didn't you dispute the bill? The fact that the car is under warranty has nothing to do with alignments and tire replacement. Most dealerships also have different labor rates, depending on the type of service performed.

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