Tony’s Auto Removal in Portland, OR


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Tony’s Auto Removal


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(503) 836-3523
Address:9101 N Columbia Blvd, Portland, OR, 97203

Reviews on Tony’s Auto Removal

 
Jenniffer Z. | 2015-04-11

Have you been bait and switched by this business like I was? Did you read the part of their website where they promise not to make an offer only to change it when they get there? This is called bait and switch and is a deceptive practice considered fraud in most states.

I would encourage you to contact Oregon DOJ to file a complaint: justice.oregon.gov/consu…

But also call the business back and demand they pay you what they originally promised and let them know you know about bait and switch laws and the fact their business and family are under criminal proceedings for other crimes related to this business.

They will come out and pay you the right amount if you tell them you know!
oregonlive.com/portland/…

 
Smithers J. | 2015-04-10

Tony's SUCKS!!! Run to the hills away from this "business" and its misleading website! I can't believe a business this bad exists!  The only way it could is that these bottomfeeders have grown skilled at ripping off the poor. These junkdealing liars and no shows will pretend to be interested in your car and then try to cheat you any way they can. No low is too low! Odds are they'll never show up at all!  If you call them to make your concerns heard, some rude neandarthal fool will yawn at you like he could care less.  I sure wish I would have read all the other negative reviews first. Don't waste your time, dude!  Don't give Tony's a chance.

 
Benjamin K. | 2015-04-06

Like others have said these people will commit to a price over phone (bait) and then (switch) when they arrive and offer you less than the already agreed upon amount. They also like other reviewers point out missed appointment and were late.

 
Carissa G. | 2015-02-19

I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS BUSINESS
So I had an appointment at 10 am for them to come and pick up at car. Around 1030 I decided to call them since no one had showed up. They then tell me that their running late but they'll be out to me in an hour and a half. I told them that that would not work due to me having an appointment around that time so we arranged for them to show up later on that day. Sure enough they never did. I never received a phone call or anything from them. Worst customer service I've ever had.

 
Khendra F. | 2015-02-19

I just got off the phone with Tony's Auto Removal and I fear for my safety...I told them I wasn't sure what I wanted to get for my vehicle but that I was calling around to see what I would be quoted. I was harassed and bullied over the phone. Called names by the guy who answered the phone as well as by the man in the background.

From their website:

"WE'RE PROFESSIONAL

We are known in Portland for paying the most for vehicles and for our excellent customer service. We have uniformed staff on hand to pick up your car. There are no hidden fees. We're a reputable local business with years of experience."

Liars. Scary people also. I am glad that I found this out on the phone and not in person.

 
Greg S. | 2014-05-15

I picked them because they talked all about their integrity on their website. In reality, they showed up 3+ hours late, and here's the kicker- their website says this:

"We won't try to trick you at all either when it comes to getting paid. We know it really wouldn't be fair to give one quote over the phone and then not really be willing to pay that amount when we show up."

BUT THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT THEY DID. They showed up with 50% less cash than they promised in their quote. Why? Because the catalytic converter wasn't the one they thought it was. That's a scam- the converter is original, and they never asked anyways when they quoted me.

I got ripped off- don't be a victim like me- choose any of the many other better options.