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Baja Limo offers a wide range of specialized transportation including limousines, towncar service, party buses, charter buses, van transportation, and more.

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Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details

4 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 2 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 0
Billing/Collection Issues 2
Delivery Issues 0
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 2
Total Closed Complaints 4

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1 Customer Review on Baja Limo
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 1
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 0
Total Customer Reviews 1

Additional Information

BBB file opened: December 11, 1991 Business started: 06/01/1983 in CA Business started locally: 06/01/1983 Business incorporated: 07/14/2009 in CA
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California Public Utilities Commission- CPUC
505 Van Ness Ave Rm 4300, San Francisco CA 94102
Phone Number: (800) 649-7570
The number is PSG0007342.

Type of Entity


Business Management
Mr. Tom Martin, General Manager Mrs. Ann Martin, Office Manager
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Tom Martin, General Manager
Business Category

Limousine Service

Alternate Business Names Luxx Limo Sacramento Limousine

Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Summary

Baja Limo has received 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 Customer Reviews and a BBB Rating of A+.

BBB Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Overview

Additional Locations

  • 3160 Gold Valley Dr

    Rancho Cordova, CA 95742


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Complaint Detail(s)

7/1/2014 Billing/Collection Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: Planned to use Baja Limo service for a surprise b-day party. Planned 6 weeks in advance and pre paid the week of the event. The day before the event I received a phone call from Baja claiming that they needed to run my credit card for an additional $750.00 for incidentals. (which would fall off in 7 business days) This was never explained to me nor was it mentioned on the policy I signed. They should have disclosed this during the initial conversation.

Desired Settlement: I would like Baja to disclose this information to all customers when they agree to use the service. It should also be clearly listed on the front page of the reservation form that the customer signs.Its not fair to tell someone the day before service that now you need an additional $750.00 to hold for a week.

Business Response: Baja Limo has a company policy in place that can easily be verified simply by calling and reserving a limousine.

All operators, when booking reservations, explain to every client our policy of having a credit card available for your driver.
This credit card will be authorized for incidental charges, damages, overtime and vomit fee.

See Contract   

Consumer Response: I am rejecting this response because:   If you look at the date of the contract that Baja Limo attached you'll see that it is dated 6-14-2014, the day of the event which proves my point.  Now look at the contract that I signed (see attached) dated 5-14-14 one month in advance, and you will see NO mention of an extra $750.00 to be charged to my card, even if on a temporary basis.   They sprung this extra charge on me one day before the event. 

Business Response: The following is our current company policy and procedures for all clients when making a reservation and receiving a confirmation.

Consumer Response: I am rejecting this response because:  I dont know why we keep going back and forth. I presented the document that I signed on 5-14 which was a month before the event.  Any other document that Baja sends is irrelevant because it was never presented to me. (Unless they can provide a signed copy dated in May)   I have stated my complaint and nothing has changed.  This should be logged as a formal complaint as I have provided proof to back my claim.  Actually Baja Limo has provided proof as well because the only thing they could produce with my signature that referenced the $750.00 deposit was dated 6-14-14, which was the day of the event.  (I booked my event on 5-14-14)   I'll attach it again though if it helps.


Consumer Response: I have provided proof that Baja Limo did not in fact inform me that my credit card would be charged an additional $750.00 until a day before the event.  Baja has submitted a signed form (dated 6-14-14 the day of the event)  and I have provided the copy I did in fact also sign dated 5-14-14 (a month before the event with no mention of the $750.00)   I am not asking for a penny back from them. All I am asking is that a formal complaint is logged and that going forward Baja informs their customers of this charge at the time of booking. This is a reasonable request.

4/23/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: This was the worst experience I had. I paid $378 for a limo for my sons senior prom on 4/12/2014. he was not picked up at the set time which was 2:45pm. After 2:55pm I called and was told that there was an accident and that there were no other drivers for my son. The accident per **** was on Howe and Fulton. If this was the case how would the driver still been on time if I stayed in Antelope, CA. The driver would have been late regardless. However, he informed me that they can have a driver at the photography site where my son and his friends were going to take pictures at 5:30pm. This meant I had to drive my son from Antelope to Citrus Heights to pick up his date , then from Citrus Heights, CA to downtown where he was taking pictures with the rest of his friends. The driver arrived at 5:30PM and my sons prom was at 6:00PM. I am so upset and thought that their customer service would return the amount to my card, but they have not. I was told by **** this morning they are charging me a transfer fee of $178.50.... this is crazy and I will never use their services again. He was very rude and asked me if I was a detective since I was asking questions and revealing holes in his story. My sons senior night was terrible and I wish they would just to the right thing.

Desired Settlement: I would like all my funds returned to me ASAP

Business Response: Company states that the consumer will not be charged anything.

4/5/2013 Billing/Collection Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: No final bill or Invoiced ever produced. Over charged $600. Claims puke in limo; nobody got sick inside the limo. I rented this limo on March 2nd 2013. I never received a final invoice. I contacted the company asking for a final bill on 3/3/13, 3/8/13, 3/13/13 and 3/14/13. On 3/13/13 it was discovered they finalized a total of $1006.50 on two different credit cards and three different charges. In the end, we were over charged $609 more than the $397.50 original quote that was supposed to include tip and tax. Upon calling to inquire about the charges, **** claimed there was puke in the limo, when nobody ever got sick "inside the limo". **** told my soon to be husband that they had to take off the door and clean the puke. **** explained that they do not make any money when this happens and all the work was done by a third party. When we asked for a picture and a third party invoice from the "biohazard" company they claim to hire, they sent us a blurry cell phone picture, which does not even look like puke and we believe the picture was taken the day we requested it and does not represent how we left the limo. We can forward you a copy of this picture. We asked for a better picture and again for the invoice and **** began yelling at my fiancé telling him that they have all there ducks in a row, we signed a contract with them and we need to do what we need to do. He would not provide us any legitimate pictures or an invoice to specifying the charges. Nobody got sick inside the limo, so whatever cleaning charges are bogus. We believe they are making this claim to rip us off and they probably make a large part of their money doing so. After this happened, we began researching their company more and ran across other news story on them where another couple claims Baja did the same thing to them. Obviously, they are still ripping consumers off and the first report did not change their business practice at all. We plan on filing a dispute with our credit card company, but their bogus charges are tying up my credit card a week before my wedding and honeymoon which will impact the things that we can do. I would encourage you to warn consumers about their poor business practices.

Desired Settlement: I want $609 returned to my credit cards and agree to the $397.50 charge.

Business Response: Business' Initial Response
Company states : Accountability report ****** Arnos's original quote on March 1st was $79.50 per hr, plus tip & tax for a 14 passenger stretch SUIV, a total charge of $552 for 5 hrs (please see signed contract and charge slips). We have circled the contract as to make it easy for you to understand our contract. ******'s group went to 1:30am which means that they went one half hour overtime which would mean they were charged an additional $55 (see additional charge slip signed). FACT: ******'s sister passed out on the read bench seat of the SUV limousine, as she woke up she proceeded to vomit. ****** had requested a bag be placed at her sister feet. IT'S ******'S POSITION(!!!) that her sister was able to get up, grab the bag, began projectile vomiting in a bag while moving towards the window so she could finish vomiting outside the vehicle while moving. Doing all this without leaking any vomit on the carpet, the upholstery, the door panel or between the glass and the door panel as she stuck her head out the window to finish vomiting, the entire REAR QUARTER panel of the SUV was covered in vomit, all the bachelors and bachelorettes knew ******'s sister had vomited in that vehicle that night - ******'s mother was the person who pointed out the vomit on the upper inside panel. We take body fluid very serious when someone vomits in our vehicles, it's just not that simple we can't rent our vehicle for at least 2-3 days. The bachelor's attempted to do as much clean up as they could, but the smell was still there rather intense. ******'s credit card was unable to authorize for the $750.00 damages so her fiance elected to use his credit card, all parties involved were very much aware of all the financial obligations set forth in the contract as you can see with their credit card signatures and imprints which can only be obtained through the card holders. In reference to the video ****** makes the claim that in her research she had discovered that our company had charged another group. The video she's referring to is on our website, it's under our consumer guide and it was conducted by Call Curtis on a company known as Coastal Breeze not Baja Limo, our consumer guide indicates the hypocrisy of five star review companies. It's unfortunate that ******'s sister vomited but ****** has to understand we cannot rent a vehicle to clients that smells like vomit simply put you do not run the largest fleet of luxury transportation by providing poor service or milking peoples credit card for unwarranted damages. We believe that ******'s sister owes her $402.

11/5/2012 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes



Business Response: Business' Initial Response
I'm sorry at this time we have no knowledge of who this person is - possibly she is confused and booked with another company - Can you please provide proof of transportation services Thank you

Consumer's Final Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.) ALRIGHT!!mission accomplished ok so we get them to acknowledge we booked with there company!!..My aunt is well aware of what is going on and I advised her that the denied all knowledge of even doing business with us... She said they tried to place all the blame on the driver and that's not fair because he had no knowledge of our request for a white limo... My aunt also advised that me that "he was ****" (her exact words) also when he called his 1st words were how are you I heard you were in the hospital and had a nervous break down because of this?? far out in left field I made reference to her previous illness to support her decision on the choice of a white limo to represent if my aunt is such a "wonderful" client give her what you promised a WHITE limo that looks like the picture on your website or provide her a partial discount..the bottom line is this they did not deliver what was promised and it has nothing to do with the driver and if you could prevent hostile employees from calling her and own up to the mishap that would be greatly appreciated.

Business' Final Response
****** ********** is a wonderful client, she has nothing but praise for our company and chauffeur ******. ****** spoke with her today at ************ and she said she had no clue of what her niece is doing. She also said when she needs another limo she'll certainly call us. Please feel free to call her.