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Department of Revenue ( Public Records Division), PO Box 47478, Olympia WA 98504-7477
Phone Number: 800-647-7706
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Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Vic Pestrin, Owner/General Manager
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Alternate Business Names509cars.com Fourth Letter T, LLC
8814 E Sprague Ave
Spokane Valley, WA 99212 (509) 924-2233 Directions
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|9/4/2014||Problems with Product/Service | Complaint Details Unavailable|
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Complaint: I purchased a car in April of 2010. A few weeks after I purchased the car I noticed the air conditioning was not working. I had a free oil change coming up at Hallmark Hyundai so I figured I would address it at that time. I thought that the Freon just needed to get charged. The service department contacted my sales person and he offered to pay for it himself because he felt it had been overlooked when I bought the vehicle. When I went back to get the vehicle I was told that was not the problem, that it was the compressor and it would be over $1,500 to fix it. I was told by the service department that I could have done the damage to the vehicle myself.Two weeks ago I took my car to a Honda dealer (it is a Honda vehicle) because I was now in a place where I could afford to fix it. The Honda service department said that the car had to have been in a collision, a lot of the front end parts (bumper etc.) were not factory nor Honda parts. The connection to the compressor was cracked off, in no way could this be done with normal driving. The dealer had to have known when a diagnostic was done that it was damaged. They told me to contact Hallmark Suzuki (Hallmark Hyundai was now sold) to have them rectify the situation and do the right thing.
Desired Settlement: I would like my air conditioning fixed.
******* & ******* ****** did purchse a used 2004 Honda CR-V from Hallmark Hyundai on the 1st of April 2010. At that time our used vehicle inspection sheet showed that the Air Condition was working. The only time that I can tell that the vehicle came back to our service department was on December 16, 2010. At that time we did a free oil change & informed the customer that the vehicle needed an air condition compressor. Our repair order shows that the customer declined replacing the compressor In reference to her taking the vehicle to a Honda dealer that told her the vehicle had been in a collision, I pulled a Car-Fax today (August 7th) that shows no accidents reported to them. The vehicle was sold As Is-No Warranty per our paperwork. The paperwork also states that no free work is promised or implied. I would be glad to offer them a discount on repairing their vehicle. Hallmark Suzuki ***** **********
I do not accept their response. The air conditioning was not in working order when I purchased the vehicle. The only way that the damage on the vehicle could have happened was in a wreck.. I have not had a wreck with the vehicle. I would like to see their paperwork from when they acquired the vehicle as to the condition of the air conditioning. I brought the vehicle back in in June, not in December as stated, this was only a few months after I purchased it.
When I spoke with the sales manager I did say I would work with them, I am willing to pay for parts if they will take care of the service.
Again, after talking with my employees we tend to not agree on all the statements. Regardless, I think the best thing to do
is to agree for us to supply the labor and the ******'s purchase the compressor. Please contact *** ***** ***** @ ********
to make arrangements to accomplish this.
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Complaint: I purchased a car w/ "Free Tires For Life" through Hallmark Hyundai. I have done everything required in the program and it has cost me extra money to do so. However today when I called to get my snow tires off and get the new free tires on, as their tread-wear are dangerously low, I was informed that as of tomorrow, Hallmark Hyundai no longer exists and has been purchased by ***** ** ******. I was told that all contacts are null and void. I now am faced with paying upwards of $1,000.00 for a brand new set of tires that were supposed to be free. What is my recourse?
Desired Settlement: I would like to receive my 4 free tires, as I have done everything that was required of me to meet the guidelines of the agreement in the "Free Tires For Life" Program.
The customer may still qualify for the "Tires For Life" program, as long as she is the original owner & has performed all the necessary maintainance @ Hallmark Hyundai. (In the future @ Larry H. Miller Hyundai in Spokane).
The claim procedure is as follows: When the customer feels they may be due for tires they are required to bring the vehicle to the dealer for tread depth measurement. If one or more tires measure 3/32 of an inch tread or less all the way across the tire, then said tire/tires may qualify for the program.
The dealership will review the service history of the vehicle. If all the requirments have been met, new tires will be provided. The customer is responsible for mounting & balancing.
In reference to the comment that she has spent extra money for the Tires For Life program, the program was originally free to her, and the only requirement was to follow the factory recommended services. Those services should always be done.
Sorry for any confussion.