What can I do to get my money back and show people how they use them to make money replacing parts that don't need it?
First of all I need more space than that to explain this anyway. I had all my brakes done and my pedal all of a sudden went to the floor when I went backwards. Went to midas the Brake Specialists and asked them to do the free inspection they offer. Upon taking off the all the tires they showed me something with the back brake drums (as if I knew what they were saying) so I told them to pull them off and see what was going on. They ordered a kit and continued to order brake shoes and began putting them on.When 5:45 came the manager said it was closing time and he would have to give us a ride home and finish in the morning. So the next day he called saying something about the drums I said I didn't have the money for them them so he said they would try one more thing and when they called me back about noon my car was ready to pick up and everything was fine. I got my car and the pedal still went to the floor. He said bring it in tomorrow and they could do a brake fluid change. So in the mean time I noticed my front end was weird I said something and they said they didn't do any work on the front end. There is a lot more I don't have enough room to add it.
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