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Old 03-09-2012, 05:06 AM   #1
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So many idiots and ppl that just don't give a **** about others. No respect. I bring my car to get her tinted and now my driver side rear quarter panel is all scuffed up. Granted I'm sure it will buff out, that's not the point. And it's not just one, it's about ten in one area. I'm guessing belt buckle or something clothing related while he was doing the back glass? I showed the manager and at first he put it off as no big deal! Then after me getting angry about it he said well look ma'am whatever you want us to do to fix this let me know and it will be done. I have to back on Monday because I was too pissed to even think straight. But I have a plan now. Gonna go to a body shop an get a quote to have it professionally fixed, and demand that amount from them to do it, then gonna take some good wax to her and see if I can fix her up myself. In the end its really not about the money for me, but nowadays the only things that speaks loud enough is money. I just want to prove a point that they should have taken more caution with my car. And hopefully they do for the next person that goes in.
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So many idiots and ppl that just don't give a **** about others. No respect. I bring my car to get her tinted and now my driver side rear quarter panel is all scuffed up. Granted I'm sure it will buff out, that's not the point. And it's not just one, it's about ten in one area. I'm guessing belt buckle or something clothing related while he was doing the back glass? I showed the manager and at first he put it off as no big deal! Then after me getting angry about it he said well look ma'am whatever you want us to do to fix this let me know and it will be done. I have to back on Monday because I was too pissed to even think straight. But I have a plan now. Gonna go to a body shop an get a quote to have it professionally fixed, and demand that amount from them to do it, then gonna take some good wax to her and see if I can fix her up myself. In the end its really not about the money for me, but nowadays the only things that speaks loud enough is money. I just want to prove a point that they should have taken more caution with my car. And hopefully they do for the next person that goes in.
Oh that pisses me off big time. I would've been furious. You did right. I wouldn't even try to fix it myself. Go get the body shop quote and go back asap and get the to fix it. That's ridiculous.
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I agree, make them pay to fix it.

A professional shop should know better and put fender guards on to keep from scuffing or scratching up your car.
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So many idiots and ppl that just don't give a **** about others. No respect. I bring my car to get her tinted and now my driver side rear quarter panel is all scuffed up. Granted I'm sure it will buff out, that's not the point. And it's not just one, it's about ten in one area. I'm guessing belt buckle or something clothing related while he was doing the back glass? I showed the manager and at first he put it off as no big deal! Then after me getting angry about it he said well look ma'am whatever you want us to do to fix this let me know and it will be done. I have to back on Monday because I was too pissed to even think straight. But I have a plan now. Gonna go to a body shop an get a quote to have it professionally fixed, and demand that amount from them to do it, then gonna take some good wax to her and see if I can fix her up myself. In the end its really not about the money for me, but nowadays the only things that speaks loud enough is money. I just want to prove a point that they should have taken more caution with my car. And hopefully they do for the next person that goes in.
So you're going to get a quote from the shop, demand the tint shop pays for damages, then try to fix it yourself to pocket the money?

Well, I don't quite agree to that, despite your problem. But also, I doubt a shop will give YOU money. If anything they'd pay the body shop that fixed the damages. Just saying.
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So you're going to get a quote from the shop, demand the tint shop pays for damages, then try to fix it yourself to pocket the money?

Well, I don't quite agree to that, despite your problem. But also, I doubt a shop will give YOU money. If anything they'd pay the body shop that fixed the damages. Just saying.
Well he offered to pay me for damages. And idk what price is reasonable to give him. Same thing as insurance claims, ppl pocket money all the time on that ****. I'm getting a legitimate quote for the damages and getting paid for it, whether I chose to put it on the car is my choice. Getting the damages compensated is the point behind it.
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Well he offered to pay me for damages. And idk what price is reasonable to give him. Same thing as insurance claims, ppl pocket money all the time on that ****. I'm getting a legitimate quote for the damages and getting paid for it, whether I chose to put it on the car is my choice. Getting the damages compensated is the point behind it.
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Well he offered to pay me for damages. And idk what price is reasonable to give him. Same thing as insurance claims, ppl pocket money all the time on that ****. I'm getting a legitimate quote for the damages and getting paid for it, whether I chose to put it on the car is my choice. Getting the damages compensated is the point behind it.
Agreed.
Nothing wrong with what you are doing at all.
Getting paid a fair market price for the damage is reasonable.
Just because you can do the repairs yourself and do them cheaper or decide not to fix it at all doesn't mean it isn't fair or right IMO.
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You are the reason why our insurance rates keep going up......that's shady as hell. Try fixing it yourself and if it doesn't work.......stick it to them!!
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You are the reason why our insurance rates keep going up......that's shady as hell. Try fixing it yourself and if it doesn't work.......stick it to them!!
Dude, they damaged the car. They offered to pay...
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You are the reason why our insurance rates keep going up......that's shady as hell. Try fixing it yourself and if it doesn't work.......stick it to them!!
I don't understand your meaning here?
There is no insurance company involved from what I understand.
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most just have no respect for others property.... the owner should have handled it differently and told you he would fix it then have a word with who ever did it to make sure it doesnt happen again... you dont lean over a car and touch it and if you have to touch it you put something over it so you dont scratch it...
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You are the reason why our insurance rates keep going up......that's shady as hell. Try fixing it yourself and if it doesn't work.......stick it to them!!
No insurance involved in this, thank you.

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You are the reason why our insurance rates keep going up......that's shady as hell. Try fixing it yourself and if it doesn't work.......stick it to them!!
And even if I can fix it, that means they just get away with it? I think NOT. I'm standing up
Not only for myself but the people who go there after me. If they have to pay, they Are more likely to be more careful next time. What if your car was next in line? You'd be thanking me.

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most just have no respect for others property.... the owner should have handled it differently and told you he would fix it then have a word with who ever did it to make sure it doesnt happen again... you dont lean over a car and touch it and if you have to touch it you put something over it so you dont scratch it...
That is correct. I understand he had to reach over the car. But protect it. Take pride in your work man.
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No insurance involved in this, thank you.

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And even if I can fix it, that means they just get away with it? I think NOT. I'm standing up
Not only for myself but the people who go there after me. If they have to pay, they Are more likely to be more careful next time. What if your car was next in line? You'd be thanking me.

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That is correct. I understand he had to reach over the car. But protect it. Take pride in your work man.
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I apologize if I offended you. My dad has been in the paint and body industry for longer than I've been alive so I just get a bit riled up when I see things happen like this. You're not totally wrong. Do what you gotta do. I'm just a bit touchy on the subject.
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Went over with a quote and the guy wrote the check, no questions asked. I think a $53 refund is fair.
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Went over with a quote and the guy wrote the check, no questions asked. I think a $53 refund is fair.
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That sucks :/
Yea. But at least they owned up to it.
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My new bullitts got scratched by the shop that put em on last week. They out right wrote me a check for they full cost of the wheels. Its not noticeable from a few feet away, but the point is they were mine and new. Wheels are staying on and that money is gonna get used to replace the oil pan I just broke. I understand how ya feel, I was so pissed. They tried claiming "shipping" damage. They shut up and wrote a check once I showed em the before pictures of the wheels taken in their parking lot minutes before they put em on.
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Went over with a quote and the guy wrote the check, no questions asked. I think a $53 refund is fair.
That's completely fair. They messed up they need to fix it. And even if you can fix it yourself it is still NOT FREE!
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That's completely fair. They messed up they need to fix it. And even if you can fix it yourself it is still NOT FREE!
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My new bullitts got scratched by the shop that put em on last week. They out right wrote me a check for they full cost of the wheels. Its not noticeable from a few feet away, but the point is they were mine and new. Wheels are staying on and that money is gonna get used to replace the oil pan I just broke. I understand how ya feel, I was so pissed. They tried claiming "shipping" damage. They shut up and wrote a check once I showed em the before pictures of the wheels taken in their parking lot minutes before they put em on.
Glad they took care of it

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That's completely fair. They messed up they need to fix it. And even if you can fix it yourself it is still NOT FREE!
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Picked that up from 'Shark Tank'. The wife and I like to watch that show.
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It's a great show! Drama and comedy!
And a few idiots. Lol
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At least you got them to own up to it.

How much was the tint job? I would have told them to refund my money then we'd be good.
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No insurance involved in this, thank you.

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And even if I can fix it, that means they just get away with it? I think NOT. I'm standing up
Not only for myself but the people who go there after me. If they have to pay, they Are more likely to be more careful next time. What if your car was next in line? You'd be thanking me.

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That is correct. I understand he had to reach over the car. But protect it. Take pride in your work man.
Or take off the belt!
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At least you got them to own up to it.

How much was the tint job? I would have told them to refund my money then we'd be good.
The tint job was 150

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Or take off the belt!
Yea, wouldn't that have been easy enough? Lol
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i HATE letting anyone work on my cars.... they dont treat them right 90% of the time, heck I would be MORE than happy to tip people that took care of my car and made it a point to let me know they were.... but that doesnt happen.
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i HATE letting anyone work on my cars.... they dont treat them right 90% of the time, heck I would be MORE than happy to tip people that took care of my car and made it a point to let me know they were.... but that doesnt happen.
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They are suppose to be professionals and the manager basically laughs in your face? F?!$ those guys. I'd campaign against them to make sure no one goes there again. Your 100% right. Screw them
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