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      01-10-2007, 06:09 PM   #23
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Could it be someone like Chris, Greg or Peter from Mikeloff
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      01-10-2007, 08:38 PM   #24
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i just browse through this forum to read up on some topics but as soon as i read this thread i had to sign up and tell you my opinion...i've taken my M there not once but 3 TIMES!...im a very picky guy especially when it comes to my M and i won't take it just anywhere...Mikeloff is a GREAT body shop and i've had nothing but good experiences with them...they do such CLEAN work and you always see BMW's there because they are an approved by BMW body shop...as far as Paicifc BMW goes, i baught my car from them and have never had any troubles with their service department...YES, the waiting period for your car is long especially if you got into an accident but i guess it's because they want to do a good job on it...i really dont think anyone is out to scam you dude because im sure BMW would not recognize this body shop if it was common practice with them...this was an unfortunate experience you had, but to come on and talk trash about a body shop that almost all M owners who I know and have had work done there, is pretty lame...if you had any sense what so ever, you would have called them and tried to talk to them and see what they could have done for you before you came here and defamed them infront of an entire community...that just goes to show your immature and rash behavior...instead of calling Mikeloff and calmly explaining your side and not jumping to conclusions about scams and what not, you started crying and ranting like a little baby...do not defame a company that most M owners, such as myself, who are going to be holding onto our cars for a very long time and caring for them, see as a reputable and HONEST place to do our business...IMHO i totally understand the pain and agony it is to deal with insurance companies but their main goal is to refuse claims, which is the reason they have these people called "adjusters" lol...seriously, you should have talked to them before posting about it on the forum... either way, we're still going to give them business because they do an incredible job and are cool to deal with...im sure if you gave them a chance and were a little more willing to work with them, they would have done the right thing...

You know nothing of the experience I went through with the Knucklehead Brothers unless you happen to be one of them, which the guy above just pointed out.

So, listen up, you maggot. It's called an opinion. And don't assume I didn't try and work it out before before documenting my negative experience. That's like some jerk off trolling a forum, reading a post three times and immediately come to his own conclusions on something he was neither witness to or present at during that time...unless you happen to be one of them, which the guy above just pointed out.

But make no mistake, I know what they did in cahoots with Pacific and it isn't right.
I was there, at Pacific Service at the very moment the SA was on a call with someone at Mikeloff (probably Chris) and I caught the tail end of the conversation: "...the insurance adjuster just came by and bought the whole thing. [Laughs] So we can pretend that...". then he realizes it's ME, the owner of the car that he and the jackoff from Mikeloff we're going to screw and cut's his conversation short.

"Hey, the owner is sitting right here. Let me call you back, ok?"
You better believe I asked what "we" were going to "pretend" to do now, but suddenly the SA didn't know what the hell I was talking about.

So, for someone who just happened to see this post and to defend them like you are, plus know so much about BMW standards for recognizing authorized BMW body shops etc, you're coming in here like a fox caught in the chicken pen. My fellow e9xers really could care less about my experience, who the f**k Suckaloff Brothers are, and may end up there because they need some work done. And I truly hope they don't get screwed.

As a matter of fact, I hope you and your precious M-friends continue to get great service from them. I don;t have anything against you at all, unless you happen to be one of them, which the guy above just pointed out.

Peace and thanks for bumping the post back up.
The chickens will continue to read...(I say that with all respect, guys...)
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      01-10-2007, 08:46 PM   #25
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I think the point of an analogy is make it simpler and easier to understand..

Man, I would love to listen to the arguments between you and your co-workers..
It wasn't an analogy, Josh.
It was a bad attempt to reference how illogical it went from a small thing to a much larger thing.

I'll try to use simpler and easier terms to get a point across.
As a side note, me and my co-workers get along just fine. In fact, we seem to know what each one is talking about....kinda makes things easier and arguments are a rarity.
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      01-10-2007, 08:50 PM   #26
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lol what a blatent attempt to deflect negative feedback...that is pretty terrible, SteelGreyDream. If anything, that post has only served to enhance the bad rep. Nice job...

Yellowg555 - you just hit it on the head...
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It wasn't an analogy, Josh.
It was a bad attempt to reference how illogical it went from a small thing to a much larger thing.

I'll try to use simpler and easier terms to get a point across.
As a side note, me and my co-workers get along just fine. In fact, we seem to know what each one is talking about....kinda makes things easier and arguments are a rarity.
I think you took me the wrong way. I fully understood what you said and thought it was hilarious..

I just thought it was funny explaining the car situation with the situation you did..

Good luck getting everything fixed..
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I think you took me the wrong way. I fully understood what you said and thought it was hilarious..

I just thought it was funny explaining the car situation with the situation you did..

Good luck getting everything fixed..

My bad, Josh.

I've been in a crappy mood lately...and this old topic of the body shop just got me riled up again.

Again, my apologies.
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Our friend SteelGrayDream can't seem to get over it. Here's what he just PM'd me:

watch who you call a maggot...if you want, you can meet me in glendale or anywhere else and i'll show you who the maggot is...im no mikeloff brother nor am i in anyway connected to them...watch your mouth you little E-Thug...u got the balls, say it in person to my face...if not, back the fuck off and go cry to your mommy about your bad experience...let me know what u wanna do...i really do hope you decide to meet me though...

Intimidation never works, man.
Leave it.
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Our friend SteelGrayDream can't seem to get over it. Here's what he just PM'd me:

watch who you call a maggot...if you want, you can meet me in glendale or anywhere else and i'll show you who the maggot is...im no mikeloff brother nor am i in anyway connected to them...watch your mouth you little E-Thug...u got the balls, say it in person to my face...if not, back the fuck off and go cry to your mommy about your bad experience...let me know what u wanna do...i really do hope you decide to meet me though...

Intimidation never works, man.
Leave it.
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      01-18-2007, 11:46 AM   #31
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Our friend SteelGrayDream can't seem to get over it. Here's what he just PM'd me:

watch who you call a maggot...if you want, you can meet me in glendale or anywhere else and i'll show you who the maggot is...im no mikeloff brother nor am i in anyway connected to them...watch your mouth you little E-Thug...u got the balls, say it in person to my face...if not, back the fuck off and go cry to your mommy about your bad experience...let me know what u wanna do...i really do hope you decide to meet me though...

Intimidation never works, man.
Leave it.
well, he had the decency to do that by private messaging instead of publicly here, and you bring it back here... plus, you DID called him a maggot, was this really needed??
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well, he had the decency to do that by private messaging instead of publicly here, and you bring it back here... plus, you DID called him a maggot, was this really needed??
+1

It's without a doubt that Steel's posts are shady, but airing dirt is still not very classy too.
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+1

It's without a doubt that Steel's posts are shady, but airing dirt is still not very classy too.
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well, he had the decency to do that by private messaging instead of publicly here, and you bring it back here... plus, you DID called him a maggot, was this really needed??
You're right.
I shouldn't have called him a maggot.
He has the right to voice an opinion as I did 5 months ago.

But you're right.
I instigated it by calling him a maggot.
And he responded back by asking me to meet him somewhere to "settle" something between us, when there was nothing to settle in the first place.

Canuck335i, as a former rep for 5 countries for the UN, you'll understand that threatening ANYONE, - publicly or privately - is not decent behavior, am I right?

Call my decision to publicly post a private message as unethical, inappropriate, not classy, etc. Both of your reactions tell me it was a no-no. Noted and understood.

But I stand by my reason for starting this thread.
Mikeloff Brothers Body Shop did NOT do the right thing when it came to servicing my vehicle.
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You're right.
I shouldn't have called him a maggot.
He has the right to voice an opinion as I did 5 months ago.

But you're right.
I instigated it by calling him a maggot.
And he responded back by asking me to meet him somewhere to "settle" something between us, when there was nothing to settle in the first place.

Canuck335i, as a former rep for 5 countries for the UN, you'll understand that threatening ANYONE, - publicly or privately - is not decent behavior, am I right?

Call my decision to publicly post a private message as unethical, inappropriate, not classy, etc. Both of your reactions tell me it was a no-no. Noted and understood.

But I stand by my reason for starting this thread.
Mikeloff Brothers Body Shop did NOT do the right thing when it came to servicing my vehicle.


Absolutely, I understand your point completely, this online media got the bad habit of not showing who you are dealin with, hiding faces expressions.

Threats are indeed not the right thing to do, you probably touch a sensible nerve by calling him this way, similar as me (only the opposite way) when I was called "little boy" yesterday, wich, did not had any effect on me (for obvious reasons...) anyone who met me before know what I mean.

You are entirely in your rights to express your opinions on how you've been treated, good or bad, obviously somethin went wrong and it happen to be on you and your car, I am sorry to ear about that.


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i just browse through this forum to read up on some topics but as soon as i read this thread i had to sign up and tell you my opinion...i've taken my M there not once but 3 TIMES!...im a very picky guy especially when it comes to my M and i won't take it just anywhere...Mikeloff is a GREAT body shop and i've had nothing but good experiences with them...they do such CLEAN work and you always see BMW's there because they are an approved by BMW body shop...as far as Paicifc BMW goes, i baught my car from them and have never had any troubles with their service department...YES, the waiting period for your car is long especially if you got into an accident but i guess it's because they want to do a good job on it...i really dont think anyone is out to scam you dude because im sure BMW would not recognize this body shop if it was common practice with them...this was an unfortunate experience you had, but to come on and talk trash about a body shop that almost all M owners who I know and have had work done there, is pretty lame...if you had any sense what so ever, you would have called them and tried to talk to them and see what they could have done for you before you came here and defamed them infront of an entire community...that just goes to show your immature and rash behavior...instead of calling Mikeloff and calmly explaining your side and not jumping to conclusions about scams and what not, you started crying and ranting like a little baby...do not defame a company that most M owners, such as myself, who are going to be holding onto our cars for a very long time and caring for them, see as a reputable and HONEST place to do our business...IMHO i totally understand the pain and agony it is to deal with insurance companies but their main goal is to refuse claims, which is the reason they have these people called "adjusters" lol...seriously, you should have talked to them before posting about it on the forum... either way, we're still going to give them business because they do an incredible job and are cool to deal with...im sure if you gave them a chance and were a little more willing to work with them, they would have done the right thing...
yeaaa dude we get your point....YOU have an M....an M that most of us 335i guys will eat for breakfast..talk to CEA 3 about that haha (He smoked a stage 2 AA supercharged M3 on 3/22/07 before the Tustin meet). Maybe they were cool with you, and maybe they decided to scam this dude, but this guy's claim is prety valid and no one likes these kinds of run arounds and head aches.
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Hey I have an idea, it is called freedom of speech. He can rant and rave about whatever the fuck he wants to, and if you don't like it, then don't read it. He got screwed, and I'm sure he tried to go through the proper channels to get this rectified, but somehow you assume he didn't. Go back to your E46 forums and leave the bitching about E90's to us.
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this is actually a very serious accusation, and im surprised pacific or this body shop hasnt responded to this. Defrauding insruance is a BIG NO NO...
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