Atlanta Xpress Lube & Brakes

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This is the worst place I have ever encountered for an oil change in my life. They were rude. Did the job wrong and when they did it wrong didn't own up to the mistake. I took my car there the past to times on lady's Wednesday for a 19.99 oil change. I got oil all over my driveway due to the mechanic's fault. When I addressed the issue the first time it was left over oil in the drop plate and I got no apologies. The second Time I went I ask to make sure that didn't happen. Mechanic rolled his eyes at me, took my car in. Did not go over the check list with me when it was done. I drove it for three days and observed it leaking AGAIN. Took it to them and when I pulled up the mechanic got smart. He said "this is funny that you are the only one that has a problem. Goes down into the pit checks and sprays something under my car. Comes up and says somehow your filter got oil all over it. While saying that he shrubs his shoulders and smiles. I WILL NEVER EVER EVER GO TO THIS PLACE AGAIN!!! I RECOMMEND YOU NEITHER. THAT IS IF YOU WANT YOUR DRIVEWAY TO STAY CLEAN!!!!!

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This is the worst place I have ever encountered for an oil change in my life. They were rude. Did the job wrong and when they did it wrong didn't own up to the mistake. I took my car there the past to times on lady's Wednesday for a 19.99 oil change. I got oil all over my driveway due to the mechanic's fault. When I addressed the issue the first time it was left over oil in the drop plate and I got no apologies. The second Time I went I ask to make sure that didn't happen. Mechanic rolled his eyes at me, took my car in. Did not go over the check list with me when it was done. I drove it for three days and observed it leaking AGAIN. Took it to them and when I pulled up the mechanic got smart. He said "this is funny that you are the only one that has a problem. Goes down into the pit checks and sprays something under my car. Comes up and says somehow your filter got oil all over it. While saying that he shrubs his shoulders and smiles. I WILL NEVER EVER EVER GO TO THIS PLACE AGAIN!!! I RECOMMEND YOU NEITHER. THAT IS IF YOU WANT YOUR DRIVEWAY TO STAY CLEAN!!!!!

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Bill Schwind, CEO
Southeastern Xpress Lube
830 116th Avenue
Treasure Island, Florida 33706

Dear Mr. Schwind:
My wife, Amanda, was an inmate on work release, residing at the Metro Women?s Transitional Center at 1303 Constitution Road in Atlanta.
In October 2004, she was hired to work at Atlanta Xpress Lube and Brakes, 2065 Mt. Zion Road in Morrow. Shortly thereafter, she was physically abused and raped on at least four occasions by her manager, Patrick Pettis, a convicted felon and employee of your company. This activity took place on your company property at the address above.
A month later, Pettis began blackmailing my wife, extorting in excess of $40,000.00 from her in total. On February 14, 2005, he fired her because she could no longer supply him with money. The bank account containing our house fund, the account from which the cashiers checks payable to Pettis were drawn, had been exhausted.
Amanda told me she was not the only inmate who has been victimized. Others who came before her were physically and sexually abused, under constant threat that they would be sent back to prison if they didn?t comply. This activity took place at Atlanta Xpress Lube and other businesses. The short length of the work release program, combined with the constant influx of new inmates insured no lack of potential women to victimize.
If an inmate is fired from her place of employment while in the work release program, she would be returned to prison to serve out the remainder of her sentence. Yet for some reason, instead of being sent back to prison after Pettis fired her, Amanda was released on parole a month later. This leads me to believe guards or administrators at the Metro Women?s Transitional Center were recipients of bribes, either directly or through Pettis.
In early-March 2005, I called Sharon Campbell, Superintendent of the Transitional Center, to inform her I knew of the rapes and extortion, and intended to go to the media and district attorney unless she took appropriate action. Campbell responded by dispatching Rick Jacobs, Director of Special Operations, to my apartment in Rome, Georgia. He threatened if I didn?t remain silent, he would incarcerate me.
It?s apparent this is potentially the largest prison scandal in Georgia history, even larger than the sexual misconduct by the guards at the Georgia Women?s Correctional Institution in Milledgeville fifteen years ago.
I am writing to you today to ascertain your level of involvement in this scandal. Your liability is beyond question: the events described took place on your property, committed by one of your employees. The larger question is who else is involved, because it is to my understanding Pettis simply isn?t bright enough to pull this off alone.
I anticipate hearing from you soon.

PROS: None that I can see
CONS: $40,000 lost, my wife sexually assaulted

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Bill Schwind, CEO
Southeastern Xpress Lube
830 116th Avenue
Treasure Island, Florida 33706

Dear Mr. Schwind:
My wife, Amanda, was an inmate on work release, residing at the Metro Women?s Transitional Center at 1303 Constitution Road in Atlanta.
In October 2004, she was hired to work at Atlanta Xpress Lube and Brakes, 2065 Mt. Zion Road in Morrow. Shortly thereafter, she was physically abused and raped on at least four occasions by her manager, Patrick Pettis, a convicted felon and employee of your company. This activity took place on your company property at the address above.
A month later, Pettis began blackmailing my wife, extorting in excess of $40,000.00 from her in total. On February 14, 2005, he fired her because she could no longer supply him with money. The bank account containing our house fund, the account from which the cashiers checks payable to Pettis were drawn, had been exhausted.
Amanda told me she was not the only inmate who has been victimized. Others who came before her were physically and sexually abused, under constant threat that they would be sent back to prison if they didn?t comply. This activity took place at Atlanta Xpress Lube and other businesses. The short length of the work release program, combined with the constant influx of new inmates insured no lack of potential women to victimize.
If an inmate is fired from her place of employment while in the work release program, she would be returned to prison to serve out the remainder of her sentence. Yet for some reason, instead of being sent back to prison after Pettis fired her, Amanda was released on parole a month later. This leads me to believe guards or administrators at the Metro Women?s Transitional Center were recipients of bribes, either directly or through Pettis.
In early-March 2005, I called Sharon Campbell, Superintendent of the Transitional Center, to inform her I knew of the rapes and extortion, and intended to go to the media and district attorney unless she took appropriate action. Campbell responded by dispatching Rick Jacobs, Director of Special Operations, to my apartment in Rome, Georgia. He threatened if I didn?t remain silent, he would incarcerate me.
It?s apparent this is potentially the largest prison scandal in Georgia history, even larger than the sexual misconduct by the guards at the Georgia Women?s Correctional Institution in Milledgeville fifteen years ago.
I am writing to you today to ascertain your level of involvement in this scandal. Your liability is beyond question: the events described took place on your property, committed by one of your employees. The larger question is who else is involved, because it is to my understanding Pettis simply isn?t bright enough to pull this off alone.
I anticipate hearing from you soon.

PROS: None that I can see
CONS: $40,000 lost, my wife sexually assaulted

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We had an emergency with one of our vehicles while we were out. After seeing a Xpress Lube close we decided to take it in right then and there. They got us in right away and promised we would be out in 15 minutes. They were thorough with checking all the checklist items. After the thorough search they told us all looked good and we should be fine. We had them flush the oil and paid a really reasonable price. All within a 15 minute period we were back on the road. What an awesome team!

PROS: Fast and excellent team work
CONS: none

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★★★★☆

We had an emergency with one of our vehicles while we were out. After seeing a Xpress Lube close we decided to take it in right then and there. They got us in right away and promised we would be out in 15 minutes. They were thorough with checking all the checklist items. After the thorough search they told us all looked good and we should be fine. We had them flush the oil and paid a really reasonable price. All within a 15 minute period we were back on the road. What an awesome team!

PROS: Fast and excellent team work
CONS: none

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