Quick Fix – Quick Scam

July 14, 2010

Ever since last year I (Ramon at Dominicana Enterprises) have sent Quick Fix Cell/Advance Cell Phone Repair¬† 50 phones to repair and I paid them $1000 in advance. Out of 50 phones that I sent them, 30 phones were repaired but out of those 30 phones, 15 phones failed to work while i have paid them in full for their repair work. I’m still missing the 20 phones that they still have in their possession and I have no idea how to get those phones back, because everytime I call them they don’t pick up the phone or reply to my voicemail.¬† Anybody who’s thinking on using Quick Fix Cell for repair better think twice because the company does not deliver on the promises and does a poor repair job.

Simon Bayside,Sean Bascombe and Stephen ?
Quick Fix Cell/Advance Cell Phone Repair
136 West State Rd. 434
Winter Springs, FL 32708

BY: Dominicana Enterprises

One Response to “Quick Fix – Quick Scam”

  1. John Bagwell on October 23rd, 2013 12:13 pm

    I just got scammed for an inital order 10 Apple 5s 64 gb phones by: Quiten Pillow (aka: Kyle M). His cell phone is: 1-224-213-0779. His email is: urappleguy@gmail.com
    His address is: 3224 W Shadowlawn Ave., NorthEast, Atlanta, GA 30305

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