Sales person - Gwfc_vp18
The sales person i had was either new or nervous i was there to long signing papers. And going over vehicle i didnt need.i
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I will return to Boulevard Ford Lincoln - Pamela Steinbach
After a meeting with Director of Fixed Operations Skip McCracken, and the Service department employee, we discussed the extremely high service repair amount, I was quoted the day. Resulting in having to take my vehicle to another Auto Shop and feeling I will never come back here again! . Mr. McCracken acknowledged that his service department employee had made a mistake and the repair amount quoted was too high. Both Mr. McCraken and the service department employee were very apologetic and concerned that Ford would loose my business. I have been having my Ford vehicles serviced at various Ford service centers for 25 years. Not only was this a learning experience for the service department employee but I believe that sometimes a negative review can be a leaning tool to success. Because of the way Mr. McCracken handled this situation, I have high admiration and respect for him. I will return to Boulevard Ford Lincoln in Georgetown for future service .
Unbelievable Service! - BrudLee
David "Ducky" Sheetz is a miracle worker. He found a perfect vehicle for my wife & I - the third straight car we've purchased from him. From every moment, and during every interaction, he has supported every purchase we've made, above and beyond the call of duty.
Wanted Me To Pay In Advance For Insurance Claim - RogerM
I called them to have the top on my convertible replaced as the window had been damaged. Nationwide told me to make the appointment and let them know where it was going. Hertrich’s called me back and said they won’t order the part for my car unless I pay out of pocket in advance. The part is $2000. I explained that this was an approved claim through Nationwide and they said either way the part had to be paid for in advance. I spoke with Skip, the Service Mismanager and was told the same thing. This is “company policy” because he “got burned” for $300 in parts recently.
If a company can’t front the cost of a part, how good is the service going to be - assuming they can’t afford decent techs to DO the work either.
Best part is had they been at all polite about it I would have let it go. But I was given this by Ann in parts : “I’m not about to order a $1900 part without some kind of payment up front.”
I compared this to the body shop wanting sheet metal paid for and she said that the difference is that then they have the car, and if I wanted to leave my car there as “collateral” she would order the part after I dropped it off.
I thought Hertrich’s was an upstanding name in DE - seems it’s more of a Pawn Shop.