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Mich. Shop Suspended for Hiring Uncertified Workers

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Feb. 18, 2019—Amazin Auto Repair in Oakland County, Mich., has been suspended for hiring non certified mechanics, charging customers for repairs that weren't done and several other violations, state officials said, according to a report from Click On Detroit.

Secretary of State regulatory staff members said the repair shop continuously employed mechanics who didn't have proper certification to diagnose repairs.

The shop was also cited for failing to reveal important information to a customer, charging for repairs not performed, providing a customer with an improper invoice and charging for the replacement of parts found still in the vehicle after the supposed service.

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