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Monro Muffler Brake Corporate Office Address

Monro Muffler Brake, Inc.
200 Holleder Parkway
Rochester, New York 14615

Contact Monro Muffler Brake

Phone Number: (585) 647-6400
Fax Number: (585) 427-2295
Email: Email Monro Muffler Brake

Monro Muffler Brake Facts

Founder: Charles August
Date Founded: 1957
Founding Location: Rochester, New York
Number of Employees: 6157

Monro Muffler Brake Executives

CEO: John W Van Heel
CFO: Catherine D'Amico
COO: Joseph Tomarchio

Monro Muffler Brake History

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Monro Muffler Brake was founded in 1957, originally as a franchise of  Midas Muffler, by Charles August. Within 10 years, August decided that he wanted his shops to do more than just muffler work. Along with his two brothers, August began a new shop he called Monro Muffler.

Monro Store front

Today, the company has more than 1,200 locations across the US, 6,150 full-time employees, and $894 million in revenue in 2015. The company went public on the NASDAQ in 1991 under the ticker symbol: MNRO. In the past 16 years, Monro has acquired more than 30 automotive, tire, and muffler shops including Mr. Tire Auto Service Centers, Tread Quarters Discount Tire Auto Service Centers, Autotire Car Care Centers, Ken Towery’s Tire & AutoCare, The Tire Choice & Total Car Care, and Tire Barn Warehouse.

Monro mechanic

Monro Muffler Brake continues to employ a slow, but steady growth and acquisition program that has worked out well under current CEO John Van Heel.

In 2014, Forbes marked the company as #72 on their list of the Best Small Companies in America to Work For. Headquarters are located in Rochester, New York.

Monro Sign

Monro Muffler Brake FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Monro Muffler Brake?
Answer 1: The phone number for Monro Muffler Brake is (585) 647-6400.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Monro Muffler Brake?
Answer 2: The CEO of Monro Muffler Brake is John W Van Heel.

Question 3: Who founded Monro Muffler Brake?
Answer 3: Monro Muffler Brake was founded by Charles August in 1957.

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Amy Adkins June 20, 2019 at 8:54 pm

I made an appointment with Monro Muffler Brake for Tuesday, June 18th for an oil change because I saw the advertised $15.99 oil change sign at the business location. When I arrived at my scheduled appointment time all of the bays were full of cars and an elderly lady in front of me was attempting to have an issue with her car looked at. Realizing that my appointment was going to take much longer than anticipated I offered her my appointment and rescheduled mine for Wednesday, June 19th. When I arrived on Wednesday I was informed that the most inexpensive oil change would be $24.99, not the advertised price. I opted for the synthetic oil change that would be $45.00. I was told that I would receive a free tire rotation as well. Then I was told that it would take them an HOUR to perform the work. I instructed them to not do the tire rotation as time was a factor for me. I went and had lunch with my father and went back to pick up my vehicle. They performed the tire rotation against my wishes. When I left my vehicle was vibrating, the steering wheel was shaking and I could hear an awful thumping noise as I drove. I work afternoon shift so I drove to work with my car in this condition. I called Monro this morning and explained my situation. I had to make yet another appointment today to resolve the issue. When I took my vehicle in I was told that one of my tires was bad and needed to be replaced. I was not having any issues with my tires prior to Monro rotating them even though I instructed them not to. The least inexpensive tire in stock ended up costing $122! As I could not drive the vehicle in the condition I received it back in I had no choice than to replace the tire. (it was a 75,000 mile tire with 40,000 miles on it) My so called $15.99 oil change ended up costing me over $160.00! This place is a total rip off! A lady in front of me today was getting gouged as well. I will never go back and will warn everybody I know as well.


Andrew F. June 20, 2019 at 2:43 pm

BEWARE – Fraud, Deception and Careless Business Practices.

I made the horrible mistake of taking my vehicle to Monro Store # 462 in North Olmsted, Ohio for suspension repair and an oil change. I asked the store manager for good quality shocks to be installed. Instead, Monro installed the cheapest shocks they could find. – Shock Part # 5672. I complained about ride comfort. The store manager promised to replace the shocks with “better ones” after I had the vehicle inspected by another reputable mechanic to check and verify Monro’s work.

After a couple more days, the ride was still terrible and getting worse. I went back to the same mechanic for another opinion. The mechanic pointed out that instead of replacing the shocks, Monro decided to spray paint the same existing cheap shocks a different color and covering up the manufacturers label hoping that a mechanic or I would not notice and make the mechanic and I believe that the shocks were replaced.

Monro pried the rear bushings apart on my torsion beam with 2 pry bars and installed 2 pieces of thin plastic to help quiet the vehicle down causing over $1,900 in additional damages.

Lastly, other drivers on the road kept pointing at my rear tire. Monro over torqued the lug nuts on my rear tire causing 2 of them to break off along with the studs. Monro sent me home with a wobbly tire.

Monro Store # 462 had my vehicle for 4 days to replace 2 rear shocks and perform an oil change. The store manager thought that applying a coat of spray paint to the shocks and installing plastic would provide much better ride comfort.

I paid $783.49. In return, I got spray paint, 2 pieces of plastic, a wobbly tire and vehicle damages totaling $1,979.22. Monro Corporate does not care what their employees do. They could not even apologize for this mess.

If you care about your car, I would definitely recommend going to another repair facility and not going to Monro store # 462 or any Monro store. Otherwise, get your flash light and a microscope ready and have another mechanic check and verify Monro’s work like I did. The best $10.78 I ever spent. Photos, videos, mechanic comments and repair estimates are available upon request.


Roy Rounseville May 24, 2019 at 11:43 am

Just like my personal doctor and dentist, I also have a personal car servicing professional. John Vandee at the Cortland, NY, location has been making sure
my family autos have always been taken care of to my utmost satisfaction. John
was transferred to the Ithaca, NY, facility for a short while so that is where I took
my autos. He is back in Cortland and it is obvious he has quite a following as
his bays are always busy. From tires to oil changes, John is my “GO TO GUY”.


Corleshac Owens January 8, 2019 at 4:28 pm

Always a pleasure having my car serviced here.Friendly,honest and caring people .Eastern Ave location.


cindy November 16, 2018 at 5:20 pm

I was told by my subaru dealership that my REAR brakes need to be replaced, So I went to Monro for the work thinking It would be less expensive, NEVER AGAIN..They checked my car and told me I needed front and rear brakes and rotors…at a cost of $883.11.. I questioned their quote and they swore by it… I asked for my car back and refused the service feeling I was being taken advantage of.. So glad I did, because I was…went back to my Subaru dealer and had only my rear brakes done the rotors did not need to be replaced and the front brakes were not worn enough to be changed at this time… my final cost $311.54… A whopping $571.57 less…. Do Not ever trust Monro…


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Devyn McCarty August 13, 2018 at 12:55 pm

This place is terrible. I was working there for only 3 weeks and every single day they made me hate life. They were so rude and unpleasant and not to mention unprofessional. So I quit my job and was wanting to get my check that I work so hard for. Several employees told me my check was there so I went to clam what was lawfully mine and the manager refused to give it to me and said he’d send it in the “mail” that was over 2 weeks ago. I am getting fed up with this unprofessional. If I dont get my check in the next couple days I’m sueing. Btw this all happend in Athens Ohio, zip code 45701


Chanel johnson May 9, 2018 at 12:35 pm

I brought my car to MONRO MUFFLER in Derby on Division Street for an oil change.. And two months later my engine blew on the highway (with my kids in the car) due to having NO oil in it.. If oil changes are done every 3,000 miles why from the time of service and what the service sticker said was 4,000 miles until my next oil change. I only put 1,819 miles on my car since. I contacted them and explained what happened they immediately offered to pay for a tow to get my car back to their shop. They inspected my car and told me there were absolutely no signs of any oil leaks and my car was not burning any oil. The employee started looking up engines for me to purchase so they can install it themselves. Once I refused to purchase a motor from them. They wanted me to pay for the tow they offered to get my car back, otherwise they were refusing to release it!!! I had to contact the merchandise manager and had to use my insurance to get it towed back to my house… They admitted it was due to not having any oil in my car. They do not want to take responsibility for their mistake. (Either they never changed my oil or the employee who did it, didn’t put enough) Don’t go there!!!!


Amanda Mathias March 19, 2018 at 3:41 pm

Dian was refocused to give me a manger.. as I call them and gets to get info. She said that her couldn’t help me or bother her boss.


Kimberly Zara January 6, 2018 at 12:40 pm

On August 19, 2017, I brought my vehicle in for an oil change at Store #42 in Amsterdam, NY, as I was travelling to New Jersey the following day for a holiday with my family, and the car was due for an oil change. I asked the manager, James Motto, to be sure to have the technician check my tires/tire pressure, and he told me that service is included with all oil changes. The following day, as I was about to pull into our hotel parking lot in Atlantic City, NJ, my tire pressure light came on. I parked the car, and upon checking the tires, I observed that my right, rear tire was flat. I further noticed that the inside sidewall of the tire was completely worn through to the steel belt material. I also noticed that the other rear tire was in similar condition, though it was still holding air. I immediately contacted the Monro Muffler shop in Amsterdam, and advised them of my situation, asking how they did not see the problem with these tires the day before when they serviced my car, and supposedly checked the tires. I was told that the manager was not in, and since they were about to close for the day, they could not assist me, and told me the manager would contact me the following day, which he never did. In the meantime, I’m 300 miles away in another state with a disabled vehicle. My car had to be removed from the hotel parking lot via flatbed truck, and it was transported the following morning to Mr. Tire (owned by Monro Muffler) Store #1190 in Manahawkin, NJ. I then spent the entire day of my vacation sitting at Mr. Tire, while they ordered and installed 2 new rear tires for my car. Upon returning home from New Jersey two days later, I returned to the Monro Muffler shop in Amsterdam, and spoke with manager, James Motto. He said he never received the message regarding my problem, and apologized that his technician overlooked the problem with my tires when they serviced it the day before I left for my trip. He stated Monro Muffler would reimburse me for the tires I had to purchase in New Jersey, which they did do, and that he would also reimburse me for the oil change as compensation for my inconvenience. Unfortunately, I was never reimbursed for that, even though I have made several attempts to contact Mr. Motto regarding this matter, including a written request that he honor his offer to reimburse me for the $87 oil change. Then, approximately 2 weeks after Mr. Tire installed the 2 rear tires on my car in New Jersey, I returned my car to a local dealership, as the lease was about to expire. Several weeks later, I received a letter from the dealership’s financial services, informing me that I owed them $1,100 for “mismatched tires!” Apparently, Mr. Tire put the wrong size tire on the back of my car, which triggered this penalty. Upon checking the doXXXXentation from Mr. Tire’s statement, they did, in fact put the wrong size tire on my car!!! If I had taken my car to some back-street mechanic’s garage I might have expected this type of mistake. However, when you take your car to a certified auto/tire service center, this type of error should never occur, and I am holding Mr. Tire/Monro Muffler responsible for this penalty fee, as it was their responsibility to install the proper tires on my vehicle, which they did not do. I have advised Monro Muffler Corporate Office of my issue on several occasions within the past 4 months, and have received no response whatsoever…next stop…BBB!!


Robert Hunnicutt November 19, 2017 at 1:59 pm

All I can say is never again I’ve contacted you guys repeatedly I’ve contacted the place in Huntington repeatedly I finally took my truck to another place and how to fix I’ve come to you guys for years me and my family all of us have like I said all I can say is never again thank you for taking the time to get back to me laugh out loud


David Robertson November 15, 2017 at 12:21 pm

I am reaching out to you, hopeful that you can help me. I have been working with Tire Barn, Columbus, IN along with your customer service team at Monro to resolve an issue that I have been dealing with since 10/29/17. On the said date, Tire Barn sold me 4 tires for $635.00. They were unable to install the purchased tires on Sunday afternoon and I told the manager, Tyler, that I would pay for them in advance and have my son pick-up the truck on Monday, 10/30/17. I called Tire Barn on 10/30/17 to see if the truck was ready and was placed on hold. In turn, they told me the truck was ready. Unfortunately, they failed to tell me that they did not install the tires, due to a concern with the safety (loose weld) on the truck. They loaded the tires in the truck and sent my son on his way. I contacted the manager within the hour and explained that I did not want the tires, if there was a safety issue with the truck and requested a refund on my debit card. My son returned the tires and the store said the refund had been issued. I watched the account for the mentioned credit and did not see it. 11/2/17: I called the store manager and he said it takes 3-5 days for refunds to return to the account. I patiently waited. 11/6/17: Contacted customer service from toll free number listed on back of the receipt. Explained situation to your representative, Meghan Towner, who responded that her records did not show that money was taken out of the out my account. I assured that it was and sent her the requested doXXXXentation supporting the account deduction. 11/9/17: She investigated, acknowledged the error and apologized that the store had processed the credit incorrectly. She was to have walked Tire Barn through the process and a credit should be issued from accountingcustomer servicebank by early week of 11/13/17. 11/14/17: I sent requests to Meghan Towner and spoke with the Store Manager, Tyler, seeking direction. I asked Tyler to make the necessary phone calls to correct the situation and call me to advise the status. I have been unable to get a response from anyone. I have many hours invested in something that should not have happened. Again, I am reaching out to Monro Muffler Brake to resolve this matter. Frankly, I am extremely disappointed in the entire experience. Please let me know what date I can expect a refund to my bank account. I appreciate your kind attention.


Lois Heist November 14, 2017 at 10:22 am

I am writing for my son in law Jake Palmer who worked at Monroe on Perkiomen Ave, Reading PA up until July 2017. He was cut at work on 7/15/17 and had to leave work to go get stitches. His boss said he filled out all the necessary paperwork for workman’s compensation to pay the bill for the stitches yet we are still getting bills. It is now turned over to collections. We don’t know who to go to at this point because his boss has left as well as Tim the District Manager since this has happened. Can someone help get this taken care of? He has insurance but they won’t pay it since someone else is liable. This is not fair to him to have his credit hurt because of something he is not responsible for.
Lois Heist


Jesse March 26, 2019 at 6:57 pm

Get a lawyer


Amanda Smith September 19, 2017 at 5:48 am

WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE!! I have had the most terrible experience dealing with Monro customer service. They treat me like I am their mortal enemy. I AM THE VICTIM HERE!! On 7/24/17 $1103.00 worth of damage was done to my vehicle while it was at their shop and they refuse to pay. I’ve been trying to get resolution but it’s difficult when the only phrases that customer services knows are, “No, we are not paying,” “We have no further comment” and “Take it to court.” A very pitiful excuse for a customer service team!


Juliann l Puckett September 13, 2017 at 10:02 am

September 12,2017 around 12:45 I arrived at Mr Tire in Irwin, Pa Only for an oil change on my 08 Subaru. My car was driven into the gurage about 1;30 pm they put my car up on the rack and about half hour later I stated if your employees are going to just stand around smoking and eating I’ll take my car someplace else. The front desk employee said well we have a problem they can’t get your car down off the lift the hydraulic system had busted and they need to call a company in to fix it before your car came be brought down no work can be done on your car. The hydraulic fluid sprayed all over the car on the driver side on the drivers door my driver’s window was all the way down and open the passenger door and window on the driver side my back panel of the roof was completely covered with this hydraulic fluid oil, not one employee at Mr. tire had the balls to come over to me and tell me what happened other than me standing up complaining that they were taking so long then I noticed all this hydraulic fluid just pouring off of my car not one employee to this day and it’s been two days and my car is still sitting there had said they were sorry this happened the only thing that they say well things happen. Isn’t there some sort of company or higher up employees that are supposed to inspect these hydraulic systems that lifts up the car? I had contacted my insurance company they were sending out an adjuster to see if any damages were caused by this interruption of power when the hydraulic system had busted and quit working it jumped a little in the car fell a little. When the hose broke.
The insurance company is going out to investigate the situation because of the damage that may occur underneath the car while up in the air also any damages now or in the future to the pains of my car and I was told that this hydraulic fluid oil can potentially take the paint off of my car. This was such an inconvenience to me not only was I without a car because at the time I left all the rental services were closed and my car insurance company did not have ample time to reserve me a vehicle for transportation home . If I would’ve never straight up and ask questions of why the guys were just standing around they were not even willing to add knowledge the situation that just happened. I thought this was a joke I was very much inconvenience and the second day also inconvenience without a vehicle to go anywhere and to do what I needed to do. I told him to take the car off of the rock place it outside for my adjuster from my insurance company to look at it. Again I was ignored and they did not they left it inside locked up and closed up waited for my insurance adjuster to come out the next day. And one employee asked me if I can have it if they could have my permission To have a car ran through the car wash a few times I stated no just place it outside my insurance adjuster wants to look at it once again I was ignored they got their house out and continue to hose the car off and put some sort of soap on it I hosed it off then parked at the gentleman that was even working on the vehicle not once apologized for the incident that happened. I specified to one of the employees that I will go get my oil changed at someplace else again I was in the world they did the oil change. I didn’t not charge me for it. That’s the least they could’ve done but I told him not to touch my car again once I was ignored the owner of my vehicle was ignore three times by these employees. If I was a man they would’ve listened because I was a lady they do what they feel that they wanted to do. after numerous calls back-and-forth to my insurance company the adjuster it was a total nightmare my car did not come down off the left until a company came out to fix the left to allow my car to properly be brought down so from 12:45 PM i’ve been till 5 PM my day was wasted watching my car set up on this i’ve been till 5 PM my day was wasted watching my car set up on this lift. I had to find a way home while my car sat there for another day until the adjuster came out. I had to can vile all my appointments for that day and the next . Someone needs to be accountable for the way the equipment was in properly maintained. Also somebody needs to be Connable for the inconvenience they put me through for two days without having a vehicle for two days. And accountable for any damages that may have occurred and in the near future if there’s any damages that will occur to the pains of my car for leaving the hydraulic fluid on my car from 130 till 5 o’clock they did not even take the efforts to get a ladder to get up on the latter to take the oil off of my car but they did wipe off their concrete floor and also around the parts of the hydraulic system. Needless to say my car will never go back to Monro muffler again or Mr. tire again .


Amanda Smith September 13, 2017 at 3:11 pm

Hello Juliann, I see that you are just like me, angry and dissatisfied Monro customer. I sure hope you stick to your guns and pursue them until you get resolution. I have been trying for almost two months now and have gotten nowhere. Besides posting numerous negative reviews and comments, I just recently filed complaints with Consumer Affairs and the BBB. Good Luck, hope it all works out for you. Amanda Smith


Amanda Smith September 7, 2017 at 3:54 pm

I AM THE INFURIATED WIFE OF NELSON SMITH. He posted comment on 9/5/17 regarding the broken brake line which happened at the Reisterstown, MD location on 7/24/17. I am still fuming over this whole ordeal. We did not choose to go to Monro. Our original apointment was with Mr. Tire to have 4 tires mounted, balanced and installed for $100.00. Mr. Tire sent us to Monro because they were understaffed and and could not perform the scheduled service. By the conclusion of the 40 minute visit at Monro, they wanted to upsell us a $900.00 tie rod service (which we later paid another mechanic $200.00 to replace) charge us $200.00(not honoring our original agreement of $100.00 at Mr. Tire) to mount, balance and install the tires. They actually only mounted and intalled, but did not balance only 1 tire and they broke our brake line in the process of doing that which cost us $1,300.00 for repair. The tech noticed, BUT DID NOT MAKE ANY MENTION TO MY HUSBAND AT THAT TIME, while backing my 6400lb. H2 Hummer out of the shop bay that the brakes weren’t working properly.The tech only admitted later, after the brakes completely failed while attempting to drive across the road to another mechanic, that he thought the brakes felt “spongy.” The tech drove the truck into the bay, right??The brakes were obviously were working fine at that time, or else that would have been the first service he would have tried to upsell us. Of course, its quite clear that the brake line damage happend while on the lift at the Monro shop that day. What pisses me off is that they allowed by husband to drive away, knowing that there was a brake issue. And they advertise as Monro Brake Specialist, Ha! Ha! What A Joke!!! There, by the grace of god, fortunately, no one was hurt or killed!! Well, after being dismissed by both Christine and Megan at Customer Service, emailing Corporate and being ignored, being disrespected by a Monro employee named Chris, who told me to, “keep fishing honey…call legal,” when I asked for the full names of the employees that worked on my vehicle that day. And finally, to not have received any reponse to the 2 demand letters I sent to Monro Headquarters. Well, I am obviously ENRAGED!!! I have been pursuing this for over 2 months now and I am not stopping until this is somehow resolved. Be warned, I am very persistent!! I will post comments as long as it takes until you respond. CORPORATE NEEDS TO TAKE RESPONSIBILTY FOR THE ACTIONS OF THEIR EMPLOYEES AND ADDRESS THIS SITUATION!!!!! And I am positive I speak for all of your many, many, many dissatisfied customers who seek some sort of resolution, which they are not receiving. DO SOMETHING!!!! Customer Service and Corporate just don’t care!!! I don’t know how you all stay in business??????


Amanda Smith September 11, 2017 at 4:53 pm

On 7/24/17, immediately after leaving the Reisterstown, MD Monro location parking lot my 2006 H2 Hummer suffered complete brake failure. I was in to have 4 tires mounted, balanced and installed. After mounting and attempting to balance one tire, the mechanic advised me that he did not know how to balance my particular kind of wheel/tire. He, at that point tried to up sell me a tie rod service for $900.00. After declining the additional tie rod service, the mechanic, Tony abruptly lowered my vehicle and backed it out of the shop bay. I loaded my remaining 3 tires into my vehicle and promptly left the property. My destination was a mechanic shop located on the opposite side of Reisterstown Road, approximatley 200 yards away. My brakes began failing immediatley while trying to exit the Monro parking lot. Complete brake failure occurred at the red light at Reisterstown Road intersection, approximately 40 feet further. The brakes were working properly before I arrived at Monro, they suspuciously failed directly while leaving the property. THE BRAKES WHERE DAMAGED WHILE MY VEHICLE WAS ON THE LIFT AT THE MONRO SHOP!!! Monro is responsible for my damages and repairs.


Nelson September 5, 2017 at 5:16 pm

DANGER! DANGER! !!!!! DO NOT GO TO MONRO IN REISTERSTOWN Md. They broke my brake line while trying to change my tire which , by the way, the tech didn’t know how to balance my tire and attempted to charge me 3 Times more than the service should cost. The tech, Tony, alllowed me to leave the shop property knowing the brakes were not working. I suffered complete brake failure while leaving their establishment. I have made numerous calls to customers service , Emailed corporate, and sent two demand letters to legal and customer service director.They disrespected us , refuse to speak with us, let alone come to an amicable agreement regarding the $1,003.00 worth of damage they did to my vehicle. I hope they burn in hell!!! It would cost me too much to file a small claims suit, and that’s why they are acting like a – holes!!!!!! MONRO SUCKS!!!!!


Khalil Reed September 4, 2017 at 4:26 pm

To Whom it may concern,

I arrived to Munroe Muffler in Glenolden, Pa. at 7:50am on Monday September 4th for an Oil change. The store was not open on time. I returned around 10:00am, and the rep said he couldn’t take my car today because of occupancy. I asked him why wasn’t the store open on time? He replied, “I got here at 8”. I am a CFNA customer and I am closing my account and NEVER returning. He was very unprofessional, and doesn’t need to be the assistant manager. I have never seen an employee with such a careless attitude.


Dave Lanthier August 24, 2017 at 11:43 pm

Dear Sir or Madam,

I had a fuel leak and brought my vehicle into monro muffler.

They told me it needed a new fuel pump. The pump was replaced.

After driving the vehicle i noticed the fuel gauge was not working any more. It registers when it is full. At a half a tank reading I fill it up with 6 gallons. This is a 24 gallon tank. I brought it back and explained the issue. They replaced the fuel pump again saying the fuel gauge is in fuel pump.

I received vehicle back with same issue. The fuel gauge still does not work. I have lost confidence and trust with this branch and REFUSE TO TAKE IT BACK TO THEM. I believe this should be fixed at Monro’s expense. It worked before I brought it in and now doesn’t.


David Lanthier
davelanthier at


Nelson September 7, 2017 at 10:55 am

Hi Mr. Lathier,
I am in a similar situation. Monro broke my brake line on 7/24/17 causing $1003.00 worth of damage. The brakes worked fine before I got there and failed immediately after leaving their parking lot. I have made calls to customer service, I have emailed corporate and sent two demand letters in an attempt to come to an amicable agreement. I have yet to hear from them. I was wondering if MONRO ever compensated you for your damages?


Leiann Berlinguette August 22, 2017 at 9:43 am

So my husband worked at the Tire Warehouse in Hooksett NH. He loved it. It was an easy job but s**t pay. He was offered a better job with more money better hours and benefits. So of course he took that job. Well two weeks later checks are supposed to come in and guess who doesn’t have one. My husband. So we both called and called and called and then called some more I talked to Carolyn who is the supervisor of payroll and she told me she would talk to him because I was a third party then tried to hang up and I reminded her she needed a number to talk to him and she then hung up before I could give her his name. This was after asking for a manager from their “receptionist ” and her saying it’s a switchboard she just transfers people so I asked to be transferred to a manager she told me there were none in and she didn’t have their schedule so when I asked to be transferred to their voicemail she sent me to payrolls voicemail. This is the worst company I have ever dealt with in my life.


Mr Jones August 19, 2017 at 4:18 pm

To whom it may concern,
My significant other had her oil changed at one of your stores, as time for the next change came we went to the store closest to our house. The location, 2865 Niagra falls Blvd, S.M. is Bob Price, without even looking,thinking there maybe more damage(there wasnt)he informed her that previous store striped the drain plug and basically nothing can be done, rather rudley stating he wouldnt eat the cost of a brother stores mistake. So we have to contact corprate to figure out wich store we went to for the originall oil change. Even though your stickers still in the window.
With that said, i dont have time for theese type of games, any mechanic knows run the engine, the aluminum pan expands faster than the steel plug, pops right out, so over a 2 dollar part you lost our buisness, congradulations. Not only mine but i promise anyone and everyone i know, when i returned to ask mr price why they were so un helpful he let me know he was”the guy” if i was looking for a fight. Really, because you didnt know a solution to help a customer, your ready to fight an upset( and rightfully so) customer.
In conclusion, your staff is not only poorly trained as service mechanics but even poorer in costumer service.


derik Churchill August 19, 2017 at 2:28 pm

Went in to get coil/strut replaced on ONE side. They did both and now i have to pay for it and i called corporate and complained and tgey wont do anything. I have been a long time monroe customer and i was screwed over. Monroe in Cortland ny. Crooks!


Sara goldfarb July 29, 2017 at 8:47 am

I went into the medina ny Monroe muffler. And the worker that was the his name was Corey Brown was on his phone talking and texting. His gf showed up so he can put breaks on the car he charged the brakes to the Monroe muffler account and fixed her breaks for free. Also he kept telling me my children had to stay away from him due to a police charge he got. Im going to get my car fixed in this circus not anymore. Thought you guys may wanna know how your places are being ran.


paul mccarthy June 26, 2017 at 12:52 pm

I been having oil changes done at your business for the last 5 or 6 years .and i recive coupons for oil changes .Today went to on of your garges and handed the clerk the coupon
and he told me i needed to use your credit card ,or my coupon was no good and the sign outside the garge said oil changes 14.99 my coupon was for 9.99 because i didnit use your credit card i paid 24.18. this is not right .i he daid honor my coupon i should have paid the 14,99 .A and i told the clerk i should have got the 14.99 special
thanks Paul


Mark johnson June 7, 2017 at 9:45 pm

I took my wife’s car in there and the belt was squealing. Spent over $1200 and they didn’t fix the problem. They did the timing belt, water pump and two other belts. Now it even squeals more. Can I get this fixed right. $ a lot of money not to get it fixed right. I hope we can get this taken care of. 315 530 XXXXX. Mark


BRB May 24, 2018 at 7:09 am

Go to a parts store ask for a Spray Can of Belt dressing (est $5.00) spray your belts, This should take care of it …


Keith Talley May 14, 2017 at 5:35 pm

In December of 2016 I visited the Monro on Lincoln highway in North Versailles pa for a oil change after getting home from the visit I noticed that my car was leaking oil I then returned to have them resolve the leak and when I got home for the 2nd time I noticed my car was still leaking oil I then contacted the manager Ron and the owner Mike and was told to return so that the issue would be taken care of today I visited another Monro because of the issues I had to endure only to find out that the tech working on my car applied sealant on my oil hole to stop the leak that he created and have further damaged my car I Cannot drain my oil because he placed sealant over the hole I am very unhappy about this I would like to hear from someone before I seek counsel for damages because he knew what he had done and no one who is willing to do something like this should not be employed by anyone please contact me at 412-224-XXXXX immediately Please!!!!


Roger April 18, 2017 at 7:53 am

Put new rancho shocks and struts on my vehicle this weekend that your Mgr ordered back in Jan of this yr they weren’t checked as for the adjustment knobs on the shocks and struts to see if they worked properly they still aren’t properly working and now my vehicle rides badly are the shocks and struts covered under warranty and if it is going to take a few months to get these parts to replace the defective parts then what can we replace it with I know that there is a monroe reflex shock and strut I’ve done my research
I’ve got to know what we can do to take care of this problem as I have 1200 dollars tied into this job that has been done contact Mr at 716 909 XXXXX


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