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What do you think our chances are of recovering money in this case?
History:
In early 2013, we had our automobile serviced several times with Service Street automobile repair center on Dallas Hwy, Marietta. In December, 2013 - no longer trusting Service Street mechanics - we took our 1999 Q45 to our local Infiniti dealer.
The dealer found that the wrong plugs were installed & were saturated with gas, also the coils were bad. That repair totaled $1574.56.
At that time I researched and found the name of the "owner" who partners with his store managers. I could not get any information for the Service Street managers to reach the owner, Greg Sands. I did online research on Mr. Sands but only found phone numbers that lead back to the service stations. I'd leave messages with the managers, but never received a call back. At this point we gave up. Today, I searched the Service Street business name and found locations in Snellville, who have similar complaints against them on Yelp. Then I searched their Colorado stores and found the similar negative postings.
I'm fired up again and believe there's still time to file in small claims court. Please advise.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Peter Schwedock, Esq replied 1 year ago.

so sorry for your trouble . . . have you requested corporate records from your state's corporation office . . . if business is incorporated, then can only sue corporate entity, not individuals . . . however, if there was fraud, then might be able to sue individual . . . .BUT, don't think you have a fraud case . . . hope this helps you