I am an unhappy customer and irate with the following: 1) The body shop just installed a reconditioned front right rim on my vehicle about a month ago. After my truck was serviced in the Service Department, the rim is scratched and damaged, along with the other side, which was in good condition prior to being serviced. 2) My vehicle was returned dirty with no floor mats or seat cover protecting my vehicle. I spent two hours when I got home cleaning the dirt inside my vehicle and dirty hand prints all over the hood and fender. 3) When I spoke to the Service Manager regarding the concerns above, he behaved unprofessionally. I left the service department to speak with Tom Pritchard in the body shop, and the service manager approached us, only to be rude and drive off recklessly by squeeling tires in his car at three different stop signs in the Ford lot. Is this acceptable behavior for a Service Manager?
As far as body related issues, Tom Pritchard is a class act! He is willing to help in any way possible. He treats people with respect and is a true "craftsman". The "Service" Department is just the opposite. Being in the same related field, I have never seen a Service Manager act so child like. I, as a mechanic myself, strive to make a customer happy about the experience, even though they are spending hard earned money. If you get your vehicle back and it is dirty or scratched, that is a direct reflection of workmanship. Where I work the motto is to return the vehicle in as good or better condition than you got it . My experience here was unexceptable and needs to be looked into and delt with.
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