AIM used auto parts aka Regions Auto Parts

South Padre Island, Texas 2 comments
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Just realized that this guys are the same people from REGIONS AUTO PARTS that close their business as a way to get around all complains against them... SCAM all over!!!!

On October 2, I bought a salvage engine, and I was told the engine would be shipped immediately and arrive by the end of the following week.

Two weeks later, I began sending emails to track my order. I sent a total of three, as per the instructions on their website. Not a single email has ever been responded to, and all I provided was my order ID and my contact information, again, as per the instructions on the website.

I have now called a total of six times to track my order. The first two times I got the run around and was told "Your order has shipped" with no further information. The third time, I was told "I don't know, call back". The fourth time, I was told "Our system is down, call back". A few days later, today actually, I called again. Now they are telling me that they had begun to ship the wrong engine, and they pulled and shipped the right one, about a week ago.

Nobody has contacted me once,. When I was trying to buy the part they were extremely helpful|. After they got my credit card information they don't want to have anything to do with me!

I asked for my money back because I don't want to pay over a grand to get this kind of a run around?. I was told I'd have it in a week and they have been nothing but problematic since?. It's now a month later and I still am twiddling my thumbs'. I was told that I would be contacted by the salesman to discuss getting my money back/. He hasn't called, hisemail keeps getting kicked back to me, and he won't answer his phone

Review about: Salvage Engine.



I purchased a transmission from them that was gauranteed to be to me in 10 days or so.I have not gotten it.

I did not read about the scam company this group is.I hope I did not get screwed on the deal.


I have a $50K default judgement against them I doubt can be collected for fraud, where they claimed to have my engine, I paid them about a grand, then they had a TX junk dealer send me a worn out engine they paid a few bucks for.

They hide under layers of companies, and all of them are evil. Don't tell me we're not still in the dark ages.

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