Hey guys I'm with you. Jason and the crew are terrible. Jason could not fix my transmission so he replaced it with one from the junkyard and gave me a one-month warranty under his new company name (LMC Transmission). The junk transmission fell out in less than 4 months. If there's a class action lawsuit please let me know.
Posted: 4/25/2013 • Link to this review
Just like everyone else, I too have been a victim of Scott Jopin and the manager of his Woodstock location, Rob. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT ever conduct business with these guys. I am going to sue them for the botched transmission job that they did to my 2004 Yukon Denali. A letter to the corporate office in Delray Beach, Florida is also going out. These people can get away with scamming some, but not me. I could care less if my warranty has expired; they are either going to fix my car properly, or give me back the $2800 that I paid for the transmission work. Meanwhile, Scott Jobin lives in a $350,000 home in Canton and his partner, Dale Ayers lives in a $500,000 home on a golf course in Woodstock. Rob, is their front guy who is only paid to lie to customers regarding what was done to their cars. Beware! Go someplace else!
Posted: 8/09/2011 • Last edited: 12/21/2011 • Link to this review
We had a vehicle repaired at this location on Friday and now Wednesday we are having problems. While we were waiting on the place to open. It was several customers out there bringing their cars back for the 3rd time. If we would have known this prior we would have never given them our car and money. Now my husband is experiencing the same thing now. The car is staying in gear and not shifting. Who cares about a warranty when you have to contiuously go back and forth, wasting time,effort and money.Please beware of this repair place if you do not want the headache or pain. Sincerly Waiting,
Posted: 7/13/2011 • Link to this review
Scott and Jason are the worst. Poor work that left me stranded, then lied about a rental fee. After that, Scott dodged my phone calls. They never followed up on the tow truck for my vehicle. Ultimately, I was out an additional $200 (in addition to thousands for a transmission) because my car broke down away from Atlanta. STAY AWAY FROM SPEEDY TRANSMISSION!!!
Posted: 1/05/2011 • Link to this review
On their website they list Free estimate, Free towing, $888 transmission rebuild, $229 clutch special. This is not the truth, but a big lie/con-game to lure you into their body shop. Once they pick up your car they will inform you that they can't find nothing wrong with it on the outside, and must do a internal check by taking the transmission out for $500 for another (2) diagnostic check to see what the problem is. If you decide not to use them you must pay them for pulling the transmission for a so call FREE estimate of $500 to learn whats wrong with your car, plus towing fees $75. Nothing is FREE! More like false advertisement on their website. This is the biggest scam consumers get sucked into. Then after they do a deeper inspection by pulling the transmission out they will come back with all kinds of problems with the vehicle. (i.e. clogged valve, drums are bad, clutch is gone, replace the torck, wiring bad and center support is gone, including gears are gone etc.) The cost will have sky rocket to over $2700 or $2400 or $2000 for a rebuild transmission. (What ever happened to the $888?) They want a minimum of $2000 from you. These merchants (Jason & Darryl) are very skilled at sucking you in and extorting money out of you whether male or female, cause they know you need your car back. Beware! And think before you act.
Posted: 5/26/2010 • Link to this review
You can't always get the best advice. I had a FREE diagnostic and found out the problem in 5 min. Scott gave me a price cheaper than anyone else around. I dropped my car off and go a ride back to work. I will refer ever everyone I know to Speedy.
Posted: 2/25/2009 • Last edited: 1/05/2011 • Link to this review
I got my car fixed at Speedy Transmission, everyone was nice and took the time to explain what was wrong and what the costs where. Works great & fixed at a fair price! Thanks Scott & Jason!
Posted: 1/14/2009 • Last edited: 1/05/2011 • Link to this review