Re: [DML] Bad Business
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Re: [DML] Bad Business



*****  Moderator's Note  *****
I think we have established yet again that DeLorean
One can be less than accomodating at times.  Let's
move on...

Mike G  Moderator of the week
*****


Here is my experience for all you new owners that may be looking for 
the right vendor.  I'd sell my car before I had to buy from Delorean 
One.  When I first had the car, I'd call for a part, and had 
to "explain" what happened to "his" part, "why" did it break, in a 
tone that I must have not taken care of it correctly.  And of course 
since I couldn't explain what happened to it, I had just bought the 
car, the tone back to me was that I must be making it all up.  Then 
I'd be asked, in a condescending tone, "WHO are you GOING to TAKE it 
to, THEY don't know what they're DOING".  Of course Delorean One 
knew nothing of the mechanic, but I was supposed to ship the car 
2,000 miles to get something minor fixed, yeah right.  I bought a 
couple things from them early on, ONLY because they were in 
California and 3 hours behind and I needed to get something sent out 
overnight mail.  But that was in the beginning, I'd never even 
considering dealing with them for any reason.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Chris Shepherd <chrisau79@...> wrote:
>
> OK......I did buy some things from D1 soon after I bought my 
second car. Then I ordered some screws and other misc. things and 
received the wrong things and they were incredibly overpriced. When 
I called Ed I got the same rude reply that most others report. I 
then posted my experience on the DML, way back before this 
incarnation. I've not had anything to do with them since. Ed 
shouldn't exist and the fact that he has dropped off the face of the 
earth is a plus for all of us.
>    
>   Chris
>   06301
> 
> valleyrat12 <valleyrat12@...> wrote:
>   On this subject,
> 
> After careful thought I decided that I should point out my 
> experience with "Delorean One". I hope none of you think less of 
me 
> for sharing this but I feel that future Delorean owners need to 
know 
> about this experience. 
> 
> While doing researching before I purchased my car I called 
Delorean 
> One to inquire about the cost of a tune up. I was immediately 
> bombarded with insulting comments concerning my judgment on my 
> future purchase. He flat out refused to even look at my car 
because 
> there is NO record of it in his "system". This galvanized my 
desire 
> to work on the car myself. 
> 
> [moderator snip]
>








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