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This company offers auto repair and maintenance services.
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- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business
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|Problems with Product/Service||1|
|Total Closed Complaints||2|
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|Total Customer Reviews||0|
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Bureau of Automotive Repair- San Diego
16855 W. Bernardo Dr #112, San Diego CA 92127
Phone Number: (858) 716-1025
Fax Number: 858-716-1136
The number is 72097.
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Lou Milone, Owner Ms. Marcia Milone, Office Manager
Number of Employees
Auto Parts & Supplies - New Auto Body Repair & Painting Auto Repair & Service Auto Services Auto Services - Oil & Lube Auto Dealers - Used Cars
Alternate Business NamesSuperCarCovers.com
Industry TipsAuto Repair Tips Leasing a Vehicle Lemon Law Used Car Sales
6620 Mira Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 452-8900 (800) 343-4601 (800) 877-1911 Directions
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Additional Phone Numbers
- (800) 343-4601(Phone)
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- - eQuote
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|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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|4/21/2015||Problems with Product/Service | Complaint Details Unavailable|
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Complaint: AJ-USA is a body shop that repainted my front and rear bumpers about six years ago. Their painting work came with a lifetime warranty. About a year after the initial painting, both the front and rear bumpers started bubbling significantly. AJ-USA repainted the bumpers according to their lifetime warranty. Unfortunately, the bumpers began bubbling again. After several years, the rear bumper paint is bubbling over 9 inches in length. As a result, I took it to AJ-USA to have them repaint the bumper according to their lifetime warranty. After looking at the bumper, AJ-USA acknowledged the painting was bubbling, but they said the warranty no longer applied because there was a scratch on my bumper. They explained that the scratch was counted as "impact damage" and made the warrant void. The small scratch (probably from a shopping cart at a grocery store) is far away from the bubbling on the bumper and has absolutely nothing to do with the paint bubbling. In fact, if the AJ-USA lifetime warranty won't cover any part of the car that's incurred a scratch or a ding, then their lifetime warranty is meaningless. I have twice requested to speak to manager or supervisor, but my email requests have not even been replied to. I have now contacted AAA and they have a representative who is going to investigate the claim. Since AJ-USA is unwilling to even have a dialogue about my lifetime warranty claim, I decided it made sense to report a claim with AAA.
Desired Settlement: My desired outcome iis that AJ-USA repaint my rear bumper in accordance with the terms of their lifetime warranty. If they are unwilling to do this, then I will request a cash amount equal to their quote for the painting of $971.88 and go to another body shop to have the work performed.
Re: repair order #*****
Here is the repair history of Mr. *******'s rear bumper.
The rear bumper in question was repaired and painted in August, 2004. In June, 2009, 5 years later, Mr ******* brought this vehicle for another claim unrelated to the bumper and made a warranty claim at that time. We found at that time the vehicle had been in another collision but at that time we made a deal since the bumper was being removed for the current claim, Mr ******* paid us $312.00 for repairs and we painted the bumper.
Now for the current:
Mr. ******* brought his vehicle in for a warranty claim on the rear bumper in March, 2014. Upon inspection we found Mr. *******'s vehicle has been in a collision and has large cracks in the paint, not small scratches, from the plastic bumper being flexed so far the paint cracked. This collision has caused the body work to also flex lifting away from the plastic. The warranty is not void because of a small dings, this damage he is trying to get covered is not covered under the warranty because it is not a paint failure nor a workmanship problem it is cause by an extrenal force which is excluded from warranty. We wrote an estimate for his collision damage at his request this was $971.88.
We offered Mr. ******* to repair his new accident for half of the estimate we wrote him, $485.94, because he was a previous customer 5 years ago (basically to prove we are not trying to make money on this).
We have resinded that offer after he did not accept. He always has the option to make a claim with his insurance company for the accident he was in.