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Factors that raised the rating for Fort Pitt Classic Cars LLC include:
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||2|
|Total Closed Complaints||2|
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Ron Libengood, Owner
AUTO RESTORATION AUTO DETAILING AUTO REPAIR & SERVICE
230 15th St
Pittsburgh, PA 15215 (412) 781-2277 Directions
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Complaint: I use Fort Pitt Classic Cars (FPCC) winter storage service. The most recent usage was November 2013 to May 2014. As per agreement my vehicle was delivered to the facility with a required car cover for storage.I retrieved my vehicle from FPCC on 05/09/2014 (a Friday).Once home, I discovered the car cover I provided FPCC for use on my vehicle was torn and poorly repaired. Damage acquired while the vehicle was in their possession.Confused, I returned to FPCC thinking I had another customers car cover since this matter was never mentioned during my retrieval earlier in the day. I spoke with one of **** employees and I left with the assurance that *** would contact me regarding this matter.Later I took a call from the employee I spoke to earlier admitting my cover was damage while moving the vehicle. The cover was not removed from the car for repositioning, the material caught on the front wheel as well as passenger side mirror causing the side seams to burst destroying the side mirror pocket.FPCC gave my damaged car cover to their auto interior guy for repair. The stated reason as to why no one mentioned the damage or incident during my retrieval of the vehicle was, during & after the repair my vehicle was not covered for storage.This employee assured me *** would contact me & to give *** a copy of my car cover invoice. After this phone call, on Friday May 9th, I went to FPCC with a copy of my cover invoice, and handed it to said employee. I also emailed a copy to *** with a message regarding this matter.On Tuesday May 27th I contacted *** ********* regarding my car cover since I had not heard from him. We agreed to meet on the afternoon of May 30th to review the damaged cover. *** also wanted the part number from the physical cover. We met, *** reviewed the damage, noted the part number, instructed me accidents happen and agreed to replace the cover.June 19th, July 18th, July 30th are my attempts to have *** contact me. *** made no effort to return.
Desired Settlement: $319.99 for the cost of my damaged car cover.$732.95 for improperly storing my vehicle without a cover. Not contacting me when the damage happened. Not being straight or forthright when I retrieved the vehicle. No attempt to rectify the issue or to follow through after-the-fact.Total: $1052.94
This letter is in response to a complaint submitted by a ***** ***** regarding a cover for his car during winter storage at our facility. From reviewing the complaint, I find the allegations and statements by Mr. ***** are not correct, and he has not responded to my offers to resolve the matter before and, now, after the complaint was filed.
In the complaint, Mr. ***** correctly states he used our winter storage services most recently from November 2013 to May 2014. Mr. ***** failed to say, he, as well as each of his parents, separately, used our storage services for each of their individual cars for three previous years and were satisfied with our service.
Mr. *****'s reporting of the situation whereas the cover of his car was damaged during the most recent storage period is basically correct. However, Mr. ***** failed to mention my immediate attempt to resolve the problem by loaning him a replacement cover until I could obtain an exact replacement.
Mr. *****'s statement that his vehicle was not covered during the entire storage period is absolutely not correct. From recent conversation with Mr. *****'s representative (his father) I learned that his father came to our facility on a particular day and on that day and at that particular time the car was uncovered for a short period of time in support of a photoshoot for an article to appear in the Pittsburgh Tribune. At all other times, including immediately before the photo-shoot and after the photo-shoot, Mr. *****'s car was covered. Therefore, Mr. *****'s request for refund of his entire storage fee has no basis.
It is correct Mr. ***** and I met on May 30th and I agreed to replace the cover. I followed up on the meeting by attempting to purchase a new cover for Mr. *****. Since the cover was custom made, it was out of stock and not available. I called and left a message for Mr. ***** informing him I had a cover to loan him until the other cover was obtained. Mr. ***** never acknowledged my call.
In the compliant Mr. ***** claims he made an attempt to contact me on June 19th, July 18th and July 30th. My office has no record of any such attempt to contact me. It is strange Mr. ***** would have made such a comment since he lives very close to our business and could have stopped in anytime.
Upon receiving this complaint, I called for Mr. ***** but had to leave a message. In that message I requested Mr. ***** call or stop in to discuss the complaint. We have had no response from Mr. *****.
Mr. *****'s father stopped in last week (after his son's compliant was filled) to check on the status of the cover. Interestingly, his son had not told him he filed the complaint or of our offer to loan him a cover while I was getting a direct replacement.
Since that time we have received a direct replacement for Mr. *****'s cover and have offered that cover to him. His father is expected to pickup the cover in the near future.
In summary, allegations regarding the car not being covered during the storage period are not true therefore a refund of the storage fee has not basis, and a direct replacement cover has been offered therefore no reimbursement of the cost of the cover is warranted.
Better Business Bureau:
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and have determined that the car replacement cover does resolve my complaint, but the business written response is incorrect.
Mr. ********* fails to acknowledge both he and his business were not proactive in resolving this matter. This failure begins with a lack of notification when FPCC destroyed my car cover. It continued when I retrieved my vehicle without a mention my cover was torn.
I then gave FPCC an invoice to my car cover to assist with purchasing a replacement, two weeks pass without word from Mr. *********. We meet on May 30th since I pursued Mr. ********* two days prior. At this time Mr. ********* questioned me what was currently covering my vehicle and I mentioned I was using a car cover I owned from a different vehicle.
After this meeting no call or message from *** ********* occurred regarding the car cover being out-of-stock.
Side note: I have purchased an estimated seven custom car covers and I can attest these are a special order item that will take at maximum three weeks to fill. They ship immediately when/if in stock. If *** would have ordered the cover in late May, I would have had the cover by mid June.
This story exacerbates with denial that I attempted to contact *** June 19th, July 18th and July 30th. I am simply speechless. If possible we should contact *******.
*** did contact me six days after I filed the BBB complaint. I did not hear from *** for nine weeks prior.
My father and I discussed my BBB complaint the evening before he visited *** *********. *** never offered a temporary cover. I had my personal temporary replacement, *** never suggested his services. This is moot.
I do live near FPCC. I also work two office positions and freelance. *** will understand. Time is money. If this matter could have only been resolved with my periodically and physically standing in FPCC over the course of nine weeks, there is a severe customer service problem.
I did receive a replacement car cover from *** *********. This cover was void of packaging material, shipping box, invoice, etc. When I have time I will contact*** *** ***** **. to see when this order was made.
BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable offer to resolve the complaint. However the consumer did not accept the offer.
Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: I contact this company 4 years ago to restore a 1969 Camaro. I received a signed agreement stating that this vehicle would be completed 1 year later. It is now 4 years later and the owner refuses to complete this vehicle. There were a number of issues that are left to repair in order to complete these vehicle. However, every time I have contact the owner "*** *********", he stated it would only be a few weeks longer. He stated this vehicle would be completed on atleast 10 different occasions over the past 4 years. None of which were true. I have nearly 100 emails that go back and forth promising this car would be completed. Roughly around 6 months ago I came to the shop to see that a number of mistakes have been made when restoring the vehicle. *** stated he would resolve these issues and was responsible for the charges since the job was not done right the first time. Out of frustration and the simple fact they he refused to complete this car, I told him I was going to pick this car up and have it completed at another shop. To my surprise he sent a bill totaling 4,835.53 for labor charges. He claims these charges are for fixing the issues that he first claimed he was responsible for. This is has an absolute nightmare and now he is resulting to downright criminal behavior. Please help me resolve this issue by getting my vehicle back without these extortion charges. Thank you for your help.
Desired Settlement: I want my vehicle back. I refuse to pay the charges that I am not responsible for and did not agree to in no way shape or form.
Business Response: *** from company called BBB and indicated he spoke with you and the issue is being resolved. If this is not the case, please let BBB know asap.
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.
BBB's Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.