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Audio Sports / Scam and cheating!

1 5177 Lincoln AveCypress, CA, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 714-816-0105

I just bought a 2006 ford taurus for my wife and our new son, and i thought with the baby coming and the summer here i might as wee tint the windows to help keep the car cooler and the baby from sun burning. I hunted around town for the best deals and found audio sports is the penny saver, so i call and they said they would do the windows for $100 even. So the next day which would be the 7th of april, i took the car, i reminded them i called and they had quoted the vehicle to tinted for the price above. so he rang it up and said that the price was $134 so i paid it, he said the car would take a couple hours and they and they had people in front of me. Well my wife refused to wait and asked to bring the car back the next day, the gentleman agreed and i did so, i dropped off the car and actually paid $50 more for a 'better tint' and lifetime guarantee. So a few hours later i go to pick up the car and theres bubbles all over and the back window is peeling, the guy say in a week the bubbles and everything will be fine and if there not to bring the car back, and to top it off there was someone else's car top sitting in my car, there response was they thought it was mine so they just threw it in the car. so a week later i go back and go to drop off the car the guy i talked to claiming to be the owner called the tinter and said he would not be in until tomorrow. So i bring it in the next day and drop it off at 1:30 in the afternoon, leave the keys with the guy inside. I call at 5:30 and ask if my car is done, they put me on hold and said the tinter did not show up that day, after asking him why they didn't call me and tell me they then changed the story and said that they didn't have time to get to the car that day. So stories kept changing so i went to go pick up the car when i got there i asked to have my keys and see the 'owner' because he talked to me the day before and promised it would get done. so i asked to see the owner and all they said was bring the car back tomorrow, i insisted on talking to the owner i then got a dirty look and was told that no one was perfect, and he repeated himself over and over, it is now been a month and my windows are still have bubbles and the back windows tint is falling off, after all of this i now do not feel comfortable dropping my car off for them to 'work on' oh and also the wiring for the brakelight in the backwindow was pulled to hard and ruined the wires when whoever installing the window tint moved the unit to put the tint in.

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  • Sh
      22nd of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    You went to a hack. Lesson learned. Now maybe you understand why some shops were wanting to charge you 3 times as much.

    You got what you paid for. Live with it, or take it to someone who knows what they're doing. (HINT--they won't be asking $100 on a ford taurus)

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