At 82K miles, I took my 2005 Chevy in for Transmission maintenance. Was running fine before but afterwards I started to notice my transmission would slip in the low gears. After a warm-up, the slippage would go away. Returned to All World and was told "This happens will small engine front wheel drive cars". Finally, after dealing with having to warm-up my trans in Neutral before I left for work each day, I took the my car to another Mechanic. I told them what was happening. What they found was very dirty transmission fluid, a transmission Filter Gasket that wasn't replaced, and a dirty transmission filter (see picture - the Mech wiped clean a spot and told me such grime on the filter made it seem as if the filter was never replaced). When I took the picture to All World (with bills from both places), the owner told me that the Filter Gasket wasn't replaced (to save me $). The owner told me he'd call my other Mechanic AND call me back. 4 weeks later and no call from the owner, I return to All World. Now the owner's story changed and he says the Filter Gasket was replaced (even though it's not on their bill). He offered no refund and said he was “Too busy to call me back”. To me, that speaks volumes. Since taking my Car to the new Mech and having the Trans Filter (and Gasket) replaced, my car has run great for thousands of miles. I’ve heard good things about All World Transmission and was even referred to them by a co-worker. However, my experience was such that All World doesn’t stand by their work and the fact that the Owner changed his story and neglected to call me back as promised shows that this is not the place to go when things go wrong. No one is perfect, and mistakes happen – but when you fail to stand by your service, change your story, fail to call back your customer for 4 weeks, you’ve lost me as a customer.