Clarks Appliance Repairs
- Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (904) 755-7981
MobilePhone: (904) 755-7981
This guys is a jerk and spammer. He took $300 money and ran away. He responded to my calls till he en-cash the check and not responding. We need to some how put him in the jail and teach him a nice lesson so that he will remember his mother. He is BIG cheater and crazy idiot.
This guy kind of older, beat up looking and dresses like a slob and smells?
Say's he will show up and does not.
Drives a junk car with Clarks' on the side.
I think this is the same guy that scammed a friend of mine. No parts took the service call money with terms he would come back to install parts and never did. No STARS for this scammer. He might rip off the wrong person someday and well you know.Turn this BUM into the Internet Crime Complaint Center www.IC3.gov like the BBR but tougher on the crooks.
Scam artist! Called to fix true ref. He came out and put coolant in it.. Charged me $150 and said I had a 90 day warranty. 5 days later the ref. isn't cooling again. Mr John Clark won't return my calls or text messages. I wish I had seen these reviews first. NO STARS SCAM!
Mr. John Clark (the owner) came to my condo to repair my washer. When he had completed the work, he started a cycle to try and show me that it was working and then left very quickly. However, when I went to do a load of laundry myself, water leaked everywhere ruining my laminate wood flooring. I called Mr. Clark in a panic, and he informed me that he couldn't come back until the next day and that I should call him the next morning to arrange a time. I called him multiple times and left multiple messages to try and reach a resolution, but he never returned my calls. When I finally reached him days later he told me that he would see us in court. He took my money for the "repair" and ran. I had to call another company to come back and repair the washer, and they actually told me that John Clark is "notorious" for this type of work.
Please watch out! Trust me...saving $20 on his lower rate is definitely not worth the risk.