Abc Fullerton Vacuum-Sewing

★★★★☆
  • 1326 E Chapman Ave

    Fullerton, CA 92831

    Cross street: Fullerton Post Office Village between Raymond and St. College

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  • 714-879-8900

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Mon-Fri 9am-6pm ; Sat 9am-3pm ; Sun Closed

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I had taken my Viking sewing machine into another shop in Yorba Linda and I was very disappointed. They called me with the price to fix the machine and when I questioned the price, they started dropping to a price that I finally said yes to; what a mistake that was! The machine sewed worse after they finished then before I took it in!!\nI had a friend recommend me to Mike at ABC Fullerton. Upon taking my machine into his store, Mike told me there would be a $60.00 estimate fee and that it would take approx. 7 days or less to look over the machine. The store was clean and orderly and professional looking and I felt good about leaving my expensive machine there.\nMike called in 5 days and gave me a detailed breakdown of everything my baby needed to be stitching great again. I gave him the ok to repair and he told me it would be ready the next day! ( The other shop took 3 weeks )\nI picked up the machine and have been sewing on it for about 2 weeks and it works just like new! I now have a reliable store to take care of my machine and I am going to buy that new embroidery machine that I have always wanted from Mike for Christmas.\nI highly recommend this store and I know he sells vacuums, janitorial supplies and other things as well.

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I had taken my Viking sewing machine into another shop in Yorba Linda and I was very disappointed. They called me with the price to fix the machine and when I questioned the price, they started dropping to a price that I finally said yes to; what a mistake that was! The machine sewed worse after they finished then before I took it in!!\nI had a friend recommend me to Mike at ABC Fullerton. Upon taking my machine into his store, Mike told me there would be a $60.00 estimate fee and that it would take approx. 7 days or less to look over the machine. The store was clean and orderly and professional looking and I felt good about leaving my expensive machine there.\nMike called in 5 days and gave me a detailed breakdown of everything my baby needed to be stitching great again. I gave him the ok to repair and he told me it would be ready the next day! ( The other shop took 3 weeks )\nI picked up the machine and have been sewing on it for about 2 weeks and it works just like new! I now have a reliable store to take care of my machine and I am going to buy that new embroidery machine that I have always wanted from Mike for Christmas.\nI highly recommend this store and I know he sells vacuums, janitorial supplies and other things as well.

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I have been there a few times myself because of the 5 star review on Yelp .. I have a Power Machine for leather.\nOne thing I can say is that I had great customer service and my machine came back looking & working like new!\n It is difficult to believe the bottom post for the simple reason that I have always been called to verify any work to be done to my machine with a break down and balance owed. At that point I had the option to repair it or decline the estimate so it sounds like ""l1kerbot"" had a bad day and has a potty mouth .\nThis shop has superior sales and service experience and there is a 30 yr. wealth of knowledge in the owner. I highly recommend this store!

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I have been there a few times myself because of the 5 star review on Yelp .. I have a Power Machine for leather.\nOne thing I can say is that I had great customer service and my machine came back looking & working like new!\n It is difficult to believe the bottom post for the simple reason that I have always been called to verify any work to be done to my machine with a break down and balance owed. At that point I had the option to repair it or decline the estimate so it sounds like ""l1kerbot"" had a bad day and has a potty mouth .\nThis shop has superior sales and service experience and there is a 30 yr. wealth of knowledge in the owner. I highly recommend this store!

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I went here because of the one 5 star Yelp! review... NEVER AGAIN WILL I TRUST 1 review! (Which was stupid of me.)\nThe method in which my machine was fixed deserves to be voiced. I expressed the hook needed replacing, but I wasnt sure, since Im not a sewing repair guru. I tried just purchasing a new hook so I could replace it myself, but I was persuaded other wise. I was told to put $40 down payment and that $40 would be applied to the total bill. I was also told the hook cost $50... so I left my $100 sewing machine there thinking I would be able to pick it up and pay $10 balance.\nThree days later I get a call stating it will be an additional $80 to pick up my machine! Im like ""what?!?... I would have bought a brand new machine if I even thought that was part of the equation!"" \nWhen I went to pick it up, I tried explaining how I felt ripped off... when I asked to see my broken part, they could not provide it. The owner said I should have asked him to save the broken part, because they just throw the broken parts away. Ok, but that is a shady way to run a biz! Even my auto mechanic volunteers to save parts, because he has good customer service (Ambassador Automotive, Anaheim- slightly expensive, but VERY trustworthy!) The owner fumbled though his words stating that the $80 was the price of the [used] hook. I rebutted saying I was told the hook was $50! He was the one who told me that, but he looked at his co-worker searching for blame! Then he started to explain that ""the timing"" was off, too. According to the receipt, the part cost $80 and there was no report of ""timing"" being charged! I begged the owner to lower the cost, but he was not budging... in fact, he was annoyed with me and said he could sell my sewing machine and get HIS money back! WOW I wish I could give zero stars. DO NOT TRUST THIS GUY HE IS A SLIMER! Even if my timing was really off, the numbers do not add up. Plus, the owner made me pay $120 to fix a 5 yr old, $100 sewing machine when he should have recommended I buy a new machine. F**K THAT MOTHER F**K*R! awwweeee! Why are people so shady!?!?!?

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I went here because of the one 5 star Yelp! review... NEVER AGAIN WILL I TRUST 1 review! (Which was stupid of me.)\nThe method in which my machine was fixed deserves to be voiced. I expressed the hook needed replacing, but I wasnt sure, since Im not a sewing repair guru. I tried just purchasing a new hook so I could replace it myself, but I was persuaded other wise. I was told to put $40 down payment and that $40 would be applied to the total bill. I was also told the hook cost $50... so I left my $100 sewing machine there thinking I would be able to pick it up and pay $10 balance.\nThree days later I get a call stating it will be an additional $80 to pick up my machine! Im like ""what?!?... I would have bought a brand new machine if I even thought that was part of the equation!"" \nWhen I went to pick it up, I tried explaining how I felt ripped off... when I asked to see my broken part, they could not provide it. The owner said I should have asked him to save the broken part, because they just throw the broken parts away. Ok, but that is a shady way to run a biz! Even my auto mechanic volunteers to save parts, because he has good customer service (Ambassador Automotive, Anaheim- slightly expensive, but VERY trustworthy!) The owner fumbled though his words stating that the $80 was the price of the [used] hook. I rebutted saying I was told the hook was $50! He was the one who told me that, but he looked at his co-worker searching for blame! Then he started to explain that ""the timing"" was off, too. According to the receipt, the part cost $80 and there was no report of ""timing"" being charged! I begged the owner to lower the cost, but he was not budging... in fact, he was annoyed with me and said he could sell my sewing machine and get HIS money back! WOW I wish I could give zero stars. DO NOT TRUST THIS GUY HE IS A SLIMER! Even if my timing was really off, the numbers do not add up. Plus, the owner made me pay $120 to fix a 5 yr old, $100 sewing machine when he should have recommended I buy a new machine. F**K THAT MOTHER F**K*R! awwweeee! Why are people so shady!?!?!?

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