(Translated by Google) I'm a little disappointed with the collaboration.
The ATU company in Gladbeck was recommended to me by an acquaintance. My car had a few points that I would like to repair and would like to repair more if the mechanics notice anything.
The fact that I would fall into a fraudulent trap was cleverly concealed from me.
The problems were obvious, I wanted the ATU to repair the air conditioning, the broken window on the passenger side and my lights on the front of the car.
I didn't want anything more.
First of all, they talk me into having maintenance on the phone. “Yes, we have to know whether it’s just that.” Tempting, but I just “trust” the experts, they certainly wouldn’t deceive me. ;)
The appointment agreement was catastrophic, as was the price agreement. At first it was said: “Leave your car with us at 8:00 a.m., then you can take it back with you after about 1 1/2 hours and the price for the inspection is €300.”
Ugh, expensive, but people know what they're doing. When we arrive we say: “The car has to be parked by 5:00 p.m..” Thank you for this great arrangement, I don’t have any work myself. So I take the bus into the city, only to get a call 1 1/2 hours later: “The car is ready.”
So I pick up my vehicle and pay €150 instead of the €300 discussed? Possibly the only positive thing in communication.
Later I am told: "Yes, we have to do an inspection, we couldn't find out what the car has."
I emphasize several times what I want, but “the MOT is expiring, so we’ll take your concerns into consideration next time.”
Cleverly talked past my needs.
So I come two weeks later to hand the car over to “InSpEkTiOn”.
Here's the agreement too: "With all the bells and whistles, the fun will cost you €690... wait a minute, haha typo, the fun will cost you €790 and you'll park the car again at 8:00 a.m."
Said and done.
Later during the day the other master in the workshop calls me. The conversation begins with the master saying: “Your car has an incredible amount of damage... I don't know if I can get it through the TÜV... are you Turkish? Me too… trust me KaRdEsIm (brother) I’ll take care of it.”
I replied: “But you have actually done what I wanted now?”
He said something like: “Yes, no, is it worth it? You wouldn’t get your MOT that way.”
I've never had a TÜV in recent years, at times when the car was in even worse shape, until I invested a lot of money. The “Turk scam” also pisses me off. There was also a “Turk” who sold me my car and said exactly the same thing. Later I had a broken battery because the good one had been stolen and an additional cost of €1000.
Our oh-so-great and civilized people who are ripping off their own compatriots/women in Europe. I digress, let's move on...
In the end I only paid €500 instead of €790, but for what? In total I paid €650, BUT for what? So that the man from the ATU says to me: “Yes, your passenger mirror is broken” oh really Sherlock Holmes, I didn't tell you that several times before.
And dear reader, do you think the ATU fixed the air conditioning, my headlights & my window?
You can guess three times... whatever, I'll tell you. Drum roll 🥁🥁🥁
He doesn't have it.
You really think you're going to fool someone and then they'll just swallow it? In addition, you're blackmailing me with a TÜV that I won't get if I don't blindly and mindlessly continue to trust you?
I've still put the money away well, which is why I don't go straight to a lawyer for €650, but what do you do to people who can't even put away €650? Are you taking advantage of their trust in the same way? Don't you have a family?
The dunya belongs to you, the afterlife belongs to us.
Further contact will be reported to the police. Your consent to contact us is hereby revoked.
Ich bin etwas enttäuscht mit der Zusammenarbeit.
Der ATU Betrieb in Gladbeck wurde mir von einem Bekannten empfohlen. Mein Auto hatte einige Punkte, die ich gerne reparieren wollte und gerne auch mehr, s