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I hope someone on here can advise. Back in 02/03 an engineer was paid to modify an engine on my other half's Bowler Wildcat. The Wildcat has only done three rallies since this time (so not much milage). The engineer had quoted and invoiced for over £3k's worth of work but to our dismay this week when the front cover was taken off, not one bit of the work invoiced for has been done :evil:. The work is not something that could wear down with time or dissapear.

 

Due to is being so long ago when the work was carried out, what can I do?

 

I know that the chap who's done the work can get a bit nasty and has done with others so I need to go about this in the correct manner.

 

Advise please??? :confused:

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I don't know what the time limitation is (if any) on this type of claim. Perhaps someone in the know would advise please and then we can take it from there.

 

Do you still have the invoice and receipt for payment boobydoo?

 

Further to what I have said above, I have found the following, maybe you should give them a ring and ask for advice.

 

"If you suspect that a garage is charging you for work it claims to have done

but has not, or has fitted inferior parts when you only agreed to have a

particular manufacturer’s parts, a criminal offence may have been

committed and you should report it to Consumer Direct on 08454 040506".

 

Their website - Consumer Direct - says:

 

Our regionally based advisors are specially trained to give practical advice on all kinds of consumer issues - from problems with cars to faulty household appliances.

 

Keep us in the picture please

Conniff

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