I went for oil exchange on 3/16/16 and I was told there was leak from my oil tank, Later the guy who changed the oil said he saw a drop of oil leak but didn't know from where. He charged me $800 estimation. Next day brought the car at 8:30AM. No work was done until 7:30PM until the garage was cleared. I sat in the dark. Denis, the mechanic said:I didn't know we had no part. The labor for checking the oil tank is $800 because I had to remove from the side... I paid. When I returned after 1 year I asked the new mechanic to check oil tank for leak. He said NO LEAK. He attended to the leak from the top and charged me ~$60. He said no repair is done by the previous mechanic. Please: I paid by credit card and have the receipt. I want the money back. I was robbed by them
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