Flea Market Window Tinting

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  • 11721 US-19

    Port Richey, FL 34668

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  • 727-869-7596

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When I was referred to Tony Comenzo for window tinting on a 2008 Mazda RX-8, it was the last place I would have gone. I am not really a fan of fleamarkets, What follows is my experience and opinion formed.

I am a fan of small owner operated businesses, and will avoid chain stores when I can. I usually find a much better, customer oriented service. Unfortunately I cant say the same for Tony and his fleamarket tinting business.

After being told I did not need an appointment for tinting, and driving to his hole in the wall outlet twice. Once to find that he decided to open late, and once to be told to come back in a couple hours. I decided to book an appointment, after all it isn't his fault that I picked busy times to show up.

when I went to my appointment, I arrived a bit early. there was another vehicle being worked on. After several minutes in what I will call the waiting area, though it is not much more than a dirty couch behind a makeshift wall. I was greeted as an intruder with "what do you need?" to which I replied "I have a 10:30 appointment."

That seemed to break the ice, and without so much as a have a seat, I was told that the job would cost 25% more than what I was quoted. I reminded Tony that he quoted me a substantially lower price to which he responded, "well that price isn't good now, it is more."

Ironically, I got a quote from a reputable window film installer that was less than Tony's original "low ball" price. from a well established business, with regular hours, friendly customer service, and a building to do business out of.

I would avoid Tony Comenzo, and his USA Fleamarket Window Tinting. Maybe he over booked his day and thought he would up the price to free up some time, or maybe he regularly uses bait and switch to supplement his income.

either way, I have taken my business to someone else, and I strongly recommend you do too. Thankfully I was turned off, and walked out prior to spending any money with this scammer.

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When I was referred to Tony Comenzo for window tinting on a 2008 Mazda RX-8, it was the last place I would have gone. I am not really a fan of fleamarkets, What follows is my experience and opinion formed.

I am a fan of small owner operated businesses, and will avoid chain stores when I can. I usually find a much better, customer oriented service. Unfortunately I cant say the same for Tony and his fleamarket tinting business.

After being told I did not need an appointment for tinting, and driving to his hole in the wall outlet twice. Once to find that he decided to open late, and once to be told to come back in a couple hours. I decided to book an appointment, after all it isn't his fault that I picked busy times to show up.

when I went to my appointment, I arrived a bit early. there was another vehicle being worked on. After several minutes in what I will call the waiting area, though it is not much more than a dirty couch behind a makeshift wall. I was greeted as an intruder with "what do you need?" to which I replied "I have a 10:30 appointment."

That seemed to break the ice, and without so much as a have a seat, I was told that the job would cost 25% more than what I was quoted. I reminded Tony that he quoted me a substantially lower price to which he responded, "well that price isn't good now, it is more."

Ironically, I got a quote from a reputable window film installer that was less than Tony's original "low ball" price. from a well established business, with regular hours, friendly customer service, and a building to do business out of.

I would avoid Tony Comenzo, and his USA Fleamarket Window Tinting. Maybe he over booked his day and thought he would up the price to free up some time, or maybe he regularly uses bait and switch to supplement his income.

either way, I have taken my business to someone else, and I strongly recommend you do too. Thankfully I was turned off, and walked out prior to spending any money with this scammer.

Pros: Many military flags, although I doubt he served.

Cons: Rude, Overpriced, Didnt honor quoted price.

 

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