Classic car owner seeking refund for incomplete paint job

MIDWEST, Okla. (KFOR) – A Midwest Town man is feuding with a personalized automobiles store more than a paint job. He explained to KFOR soon after 5 months of small development he requested for a refund, but the shop owner has stopped communications with him.

Frank Vazquez was hunting to spruce up his lime green 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix. 

Picture courtesy of Frank Vazquez

In July, he took it to Twisted Town Customs at 21979 N. Macarthur Ave. in Blanchard. The deal built for a paint position was to fork out $2,000 upfront, $1,000 in August, and yet another $2,000 at the finish of the job in September.

Vazquez paid the upfront sum.

“So we’re in the center of the thirty day period of August, he did not overlook,” Vazquez defined. “He called me about $1,000. ‘Oh, I require provides.’ Ok, no problem. Achieved him down at the casino, gave him $1,000. He sent me a receipt and I was excellent.”

Vazquez mentioned with $3,000 now invested, he was frustrated with the lack of progress.

“Now we’re practically in December. The car or truck is even now the similar, hadn’t finished nothing at all to it, just sitting down there,” he explained. “Every time I called him, there was normally, it is a marriage ceremony or it is her birthday or it’s our anniversary, or she’s unwell or he’s unwell. Almost nothing was finding done.”

Vazquez confirmed KFOR a textual content trade from November 28 with Twisted City’s owner releasing him as a customer.

“I am releasing you as a customer because of to deficiency of boundaries, threats, contacting all several hours which includes weekends soon after I established the exact same boundaries around and above,” the textual content reported. “You have been trying to regulate the full procedure, nobody promised an exact completion day. I have more than just you as a client and I’ve however updated you more than I ought to of experienced to… I’m unwell proper now and advised you that, an update that I did not have to have to share. I’m not going to deal with an individual like you.”

Vazquez then requested his vehicle back, sensation no regret for his actions.

“You received my motor vehicle and my funds. Certainly, I do want updates and shots,” he explained to KFOR. “So, I could have record on the development of the auto.”

Whilst he got his car back again, no income was returned.

When KFOR texted the proprietor ourselves, on Wednesday, he explained to us his contracts state no refunds.

But Vazquez suggests he in no way signed a contract and was never ever explained to no refunds. He thinks he at least deserves dollars back for unpurchased supplies.

“$1,500 apiece for him and me, I imagine it would be just great,” Vazquez explained. “I don’t want the complete $3,000 due to the fact he did get the job done on it, but I don’t want to be robbed both.”

When we asked specially about a refund for sections, we got no reaction from the proprietor. Vazquez stated he’s geared up to acquire lawful action if he doesn’t listen to from Twisted Town about a refund soon.