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5380 N Foster RdSan Antonio, TX 78244
I've gone here twice to get nails removed from my tires and to have them patched and each time he's been very quick. While he is quick, he's friendly and also very good at what he does. I've never had problems with either of the patches. I'm actually going with my sister tomorrow to have one of …
1918 Mccullough AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
Went to get a tire leak fixed, that the dealership supposedly fixed, and service was amazing! I pulled up and was helped promptly and for a great price too. The man we dealt with was friendly and even made sure my air pressure in the other tires was correct, because again the dealership put twen…
1103 N New Braunfels AveSan Antonio, TX 78202
There is an Inspection Station at CD Tire Shop. It's been there four years but I just barely noticed it. Nothing fancy but the guy "Dwight" is so people friendly. I really appreciate a person that takes time to listen to people. Service was quick and only $7.00. I wanted to do a shout out for an…
710 N Zarzamora StSan Antonio, TX 78207
I have been at Treviño's several times. I have check prices with other businesses, and Treviño has always the best prices for my budget. The employees are efficient and on task when I have been there.
8715 Grissom RdSan Antonio, TX 78251
I went by unanouced and was immediately acknowledged by one of the guys who then waited for me to approach and asked what he could do for me , I explained that I was looking for a deal on a used tire as my financial situation was vary tight he asked what size I needed, in this case ap215/60 R16 …
836 N Zarzamora StSan Antonio, TX 78207
Before I visited this shop, I called to find out the prices and if they carried the size I needed. The representative was courteous and gave me the information I needed. They carried the size I needed. I think the prices for used tires are reasonable. I continue to purchase new tires from this l…
3110 Pleasanton RdSan Antonio, TX 78221
BEWARE!!!! I Cant even give these people any star At All! Do Not take ur car to these people. Took my car in 4 months ago for back brakes, I am still paying for theyre incompetence! ! Real quick at Charging! Owner takes 40 percent of the charges mechanic gets the rest, doesnt back up any work pe…
2016 S Presa StSan Antonio, TX 78210
King Tire Shop. Saturday 7/22/2017, 210-532-1383, The working owner/manager name was Arturo. Please avoid this place. They will swindle you, disrespect you and charge too much only because they can. I was visiting from Houston, stranded in San Antonio with my wife. Our car was not running anymor…
2322 Culebra RdSan Antonio, TX 78228
This place is a tire shop but also has mechanics on duty there but they have no clue what they are doing when it comes to fixing your vehicle I've took my truck several times there and I kept paying for repairs that weren't fixing my problem it took to where the last time I took my truck they l…
3743 Fredericksburg RdSan Antonio, TX 78201
$80 I paid for 2 used tires to make the trip to WV knowing it was raining needed decent tread. They put them on and never tightened the lug nuts. Made it to north little rock where the tire fell off cause the lug nuts broke. $50 later replaced the lug nuts started out again. Well the wheel beari…
4711 West AveSan Antonio, TX 78213
I spent 4 hrs there waiting for them to fix a tire. they said it would be $20. I went during my lunch time thinking it would only take 20 minutes as they had said but was not able to go back to work for the rest of the day. they ended up calling a mechanic because they made a mistake and they di…
1048 Hot Wells BlvdSan Antonio, TX 78223
From Business: Tire and Auto Service Since 1914 Simon Tire has serviced vehicles and sold tires in Des Moines for over ninety years. Our reputation for outstanding, personal service sets us apart from all the rest. Throughout our history, we have changed our products and services to meet your changing needs. Cars have become more complex…
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HelloI am wanting to report that the owner, Jaime, of Jaime's Tire and Muffler Shop, San Antonio, Tex is a crook!I took my car back in November 2017 to his shop for them to install ONLY a fuel pump. He called me to inform me that my pump was fine. So I asked if it was safe for me to take the part back to the store and he said yes. He then told me that my gas tank would need to be replaced and I said ok. Then shortly after I took back the fuel pump which only cost me $203 TOTAL, he informs me that I was going to need a tank and the pump. HE purchased a pump for me that cost me $15 extra and charged me with the parts a total of $218.00. My tank, WHICH DID NOT HAVE ANY GLUE NOR CRACKS IN IT WHEN I PURCHASED IT, BUT HIS STAFF CRACKED A HOLE IN IT AND THEN THEY TRIED TO GLUE IT....I took him my car on a Thursday, ALTHOUGH HE LIED AND TOLD ME I WOULD HAVE TO LEAVE IT WITH HIM ONLY UNTIL THAT FRIDAY, which turned out to be a lie because they had my car til that SUNDAY instead....THEY NEEDED THE EXTRA TIME FOR THE GLUE TO DRY....Because of the damage they did to my car, I had to pay an extra $200 for another tank and labor with someone else. When I tried to contact Jaime to tell him about what his staff did, he refuse to accept responsibility for what they did to my car. JAIME'S TIRE AND MUFFLER SHOP ARE CROOKS THAT CANT BE TRUSTED!
I just read the other comment about this shop, and I think that person may have been from a competing repair shop. Belden's ran a diagnostic for me and did it for free. Waived the $95 fee because I was a new customer. I know very little about cars, and they surely didn't have to waive the fee that I was ready to pay. I received an itemized list of parts and repairs, looked up the cost of each (online) and it was pretty much either the lower end or exactly the average price. $168.54 for labor and $230 for parts on a wheel bearing remove and replace:"Labor costs are estimated between $140 and $178 while parts are priced between $211 and $411"Their service was so professional, courteous, and quick! I should have rated this place right after my business with them. At least I can honestly say that I have been satisfied with the service after nearly 4 months from date the maintenance took place. They even provide free rides home from their shop! This will be the only repair shop that I will trust with my car from now on.
Thank you Noe for the amazing work u did on grand jeep Cherokee. Really experienced mechanic and good pricing. I'll strongly recommend him to anyone.
I believe I first learned about Armando Montelongo and his real estate training program back in January, thinking it popped up on my social media feed. I saw there was an informational day in my area, so I went to it and from there signed up for the three-day event, which was also really good. I have been involved in real estate for a long time, but I needed more training on investing. I then went to Dallas, Texas for the bus tour back in March which was awesome with lots of high-energy and they kept things moving along the entire time. I came back home with my mind full and made a plan with all the information I'd received. I met a lot of people on the bus tour and will keep contact with them through the bus tour page. I've also taken the Master Mentor course and keep in contact with them through the Master Mentor page. I look at it like a college education, and now that I've had the education, I need to use it and do the work. I manage 21 properties so I am very busy, but I'm taking the time to get started with this great opportunity. I have a house I'm about to sell and I've gotten that ready to go with this information. The mentors are fantastic and the help line is wonderful... couldn't ask for anything better. Just knowing that they're there fuels my fire. I don't have to do anything by myself, knowing that they've been where I'm at and have been successful is huge support for me.
Montelongo online and from there went to the trainings. I thought the presentation was really good, and our instructor Chris came across as someone who was successful at the real estate program himself. He wasn't trying to sell anybody anything, just giving us as much information as possible. I learned enough from the trainings to get started, but want to go on to the bus tour in Miami, Florida soon to learn even more. I'll be doing that with a partner to get more hands on experience. I would rate this program five stars and feel like I've received excellent value so far. Would very much recommend this opportunity.
I found out about Armando Montelongo about five years ago, and since I had been wanting to get involved in real estate, this caught my eye. I was especially interested in flipping houses so I went to the free event in my area. They explained different ways of making money by renting or flipping, etc. and I could tell that the presenters had been successful themselves using the program. I next attended the bus tour in Riverside, California which was an empowering and energetic experience. It wasn't just some monotone speaker, we were engaged the entire time and it helped a lot to go through the houses. I do think this program is better done with a partner, I wish I had support from someone to work with, but if I need to call up for help I can get it though. So far I've done a gap funding deal to finance a flip. I've had a lot of learning experiences so far and have even become a Realtor so I can get my foot in the door more. I'm in the middle of selling a house right now and have no doubt my investment will begin to pay off soon.
I woke up at about 2:30 in the morning a few years ago and started watching TV when I saw the commercial for Armando Montelongo's real estate training. I had been exhausted from my job as a property manager, so when I saw it, I was interested. After going to the 1 day intro, my wife and I did the three day event and I could tell that the trainers were educated and experienced in real estate. I believed then, and do now, that the program was realistic and the people were following through and doing what they said they would do. We then did the bus tour in Phoenix, Arizona together too. I had some experience coming from a background as a general contractor, but I started over learning it all new from the program and they gave us the basic numbers of what it was going to take to rehab the homes. We have members of the wolf pack, or "wolfies" that we've been working with, and we're signed up to take Asset Protection next. We've put quite a few offers in, but I've had some physical problems that knocked me out for about a year, but I'm just starting to get back into it. Support from the home office has been great, I have called them up to seven times a day and they are excellent at helping in anyway they can. With all of this, I know I'll succeed.
King Tire Shop. Saturday 7/22/2017, 210-532-1383, The working owner/manager name was Arturo. Please avoid this place. They will swindle you, disrespect you and charge too much only because they can. I was visiting from Houston, stranded in San Antonio with my wife. Our car was not running anymore and had to tow it in. Arturo said it was the fuel pump. I asked him to also check for a clogged catalytic converter. He said he would, and he had me waiting from 11: 00 am to 4:20 pm in the hot garage office. That is more than 5 hours, while the job is only 30 minutes and the fuel pump was there (brought by O'Reilly) immediately. Most painful was the disrespect. Whenever another customer showed up for new tires or mufflers, he dropped my work and spend time on that other customer for 20 or 30 minutes. Imagine you are just looking at it and cannot do anything but complain. He also went out of the store to pick up another car (and for lunch). there were about 20 customers that day I was constantly waiting for each of them. He could do this because I was stuck, my car was not running. He even mentioned, if you do not like it, go somewhere else. (but how?) The price he demanded was $300 but my own mechanic in Houston told me the job was $150 in labor. He charged $90 for parts from O'Reilly but when I called O'Reilly the fuel pump cost $43.95 for me without garage discount. The job itself took 30 minutes. It was very humiliating to see that he forced me to overpay and that he treated me as a second rank customer so he could help all other customers faster. These guys are the number one place to avoid. There are many good car mechanics in that area and I happen to choose the wrong one. It was a bad day and it really affected us, so please do not take a chance with him. He will not care about you and will take an advantage if he can. Please be warned, there are sometimes bad people out there and Arturo is definitely not a good one.
Been there twice.First a brake job, then a year later clutch/ water pump replacement. Very easy . I brought my own parts. When there were other problems discovered. I went over and Noe explained. A very fair price. Nice working with good people.
I went on the bus tour and have done a few webinars. They are very personal with you, they get to know you. There is an overall feeling of fun and high energy. If you apply yourself you can make this happen. The bus tour was broken down into simple steps so you can learn to do estimates on homes from memory. By the end of the tour I was able to do the estimates myself. We met people from all over the place and exchanged business cards, great networking opportunity.We’ve received great support since the bus tour, they are able to speak on our level and help us when we need it. I liked the fact that they referred us to someone to help us with our business taxes.