I was employed with the company for only a week. I responded to their add on Craigslist only to be cheated. Per Lavaughn Hall, I would be paid $250 a week with paid training. However, once I picked up my check I was only paid for 2 hours of work which came to a total of $36.00. I am very disappointed with the company and its customer service. I have all of my paperwork and proof as well as other co workers that were done the same way.
Posted: 10/24/2014 • Link to this review
I was called for an interview,sent a confirmation email no company name. office location, no company name, no company name on shirt. understanding of pay never established, all red flags. location Irving, TX. reality to consumers and people who claim Chipio as respectable. Professional company does NOT work under tent in parking lot by a gas station. nor send employees to clean windshield because it is "customer appreciation day." This approach is to establish any small chip on windshield, a taught sales pitch to urgently inform further damage and be dramatic in must needed repair, no cost to you if proper full coverage insurance. GOAL get you to tent, process begins with your ins. info, calling to make a "no cost windshield repair claim" you were behind a truck that threw off a rock makes it not your fault,makes sense, you consent to the repair. it takes under 7 minutes of your time. They give you a copy of the life time warranty, 7 minutes later your gone. Try calling that warranty.Call your insurance find out the amt they paid for this repair and now you will understand the scam. Employee's work 12 plus hours a day, encouraged to work 7 days a week wages amount $4.25 an hour were told the least pay $400 a week. Your work makes the head office manager money, not you. FACT: It's all a scam, lie, abuse and misleading to entry level hiring to over charging ins.company's. The chip was never a threat to begin with.
Posted: 8/13/2014 • Link to this review
I worked briefly for Chipio windshield repair. I loved working with my team. with that said i was out of a Texas office and my owner was a man who would tell us every day you are out there to make money. the company takes more time teaching you how to erode someones natural impulse to not talk to someone at a gas station, than they do training you to repair i was a "certified technician" 4 hours. Now the UV resin injection is legit, that is the industry standard. but Safelite focuses more on windshield replacemants than the repairs, so they are substandard. Chipio has some great technicians but all of them are too focused with who is next.
Posted: 10/26/2011 • Link to this review
First for chipla I work for chipio through a similar company you did and I have meet and been trained by David Murray himself and have never once been told to lie. Tigger its a no fault claim which is different then a regular claim, its just like roadside assistance who do you think pays tow truck drivers if you have roadside assistance... your insurance. And also if chipio was a scam we wouldn't have $80,000 contracts with military bases across the usa. Gr8 I'm sorry to hear that happened and that you and your insurance company where given false information but there is always a paper trail to follow as we must carfax and report every repair done on any windshield
Posted: 3/04/2011 • Link to this review
A buch of criminal liars. "Oh the repair is free" "It's customer appreciation day" "No cost" "There will be no claims on your insurance". "We need you VIN and information for your lifetime warranty" Yet my insurance company received a claim for $70. Distilled through several company names and state lines, phone and fax numbers etc... Bottom line they won't get paid if you complain loud and long enough. These people are scum, predatory and low life.
Posted: 11/17/2010 • Link to this review
Rice size crack in my windshield forever. This company was set up at my neighborhood gas station. I shared with the owners. Their reputation is on the line, too. Thought I would let them repair before a long trip. Next day, my rice size crack became a spiderweb crack, called company; no follow-up. Spread right to a 14" crack, called; no follow-up. Called my insurance company. They paid a company by a different name. Got information. Called "Chipio Windshield Repair", manager too busy to talk; will call back. Spread to left about 20". Contacted Franchisor "Chipio" in Arizona via telephone & email NO ONE HAS CALLED ME BACK or RESPONDED. Stay away of this scam and spread the word to your friends. They are collecting about $50.00 a repair from your insurance, then when they fail, it is back on you or your insurance driving expenses up. NOT LEGITIMATE>>>> Call Mobile Glass, USA. They were out the next day, replaced my windshield and warranty it as long as I own my car and use only Original Manufacturers Parts.
Posted: 3/23/2010 • Link to this review