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13 December 2010 @ 05:59 pm
Oh, I don't BELIEVE this shit...  
For those of you who were on my flist last year, you remember the horrid problems I had with the assholes that are Volkswagen.  Those not familiar with it, reference THIS.


We got a letter in the mail stating that VW is now extending their warranties on all the transmissions and valves.  These would be the same that cost me $6K last year, a large part of what has made me broke this year and a reason why I wasn't able to put $5K towards my student loans.

We're getting a lawyer.  Well, I don't think we need to 'get' one - we know the city prosecutor, which would strike fear into the hearts of that bastardly dealership more than just some everyday lawyer.  I just know they will not refund us the money for the shit we did last year on the first try.  I wouldn't push this so much, but it's not like, a hundred bucks.  It's $6K, not too mention the insane amount of emotional bullshit we went through last year.  It was VERY bad.
I feel: angryangry
I'm listening to: King of the Hill
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Lady Mansonladymanson on December 14th, 2010 12:13 am (UTC)
Ugh, your story sounds just like mine. That's terrible. It's so weird because there are so many companies that work to satisfy their customers, especially in this economic climate. Makes them all look bad.
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angelus2hot: All I Want is Stefan/Elena/Damon smutangelus2hot on December 14th, 2010 01:19 am (UTC)
6,000 in warranties? That seems ridiculous to me. I've never heard of a warranty that cost that much. But granted I only drive a chevy but still....
Lady Mansonladymanson on December 14th, 2010 01:45 am (UTC)
No, it wasn't the warranty that cost that much. It was $6K to replace the part that wasn't covered under the warranty. Now they sent out a thing saying that they have decided to cover all the part. It was the transmission and surrounding valves - aka: the heart and soul of the car. Well, maybe not the heart. That's more the engine.