I was sent a review request by Honest 1 a couple of weeks ago. I decided whenever I got my car back from the dealership I would write a fair review. A review not out of anger, but just my experience. Just to mention when I did complete the review that would have been posted directly to their website. Honest 1 took it down and called asking to talk to me about the review. The fact that now I am aware that all of their reviews are either fake or filtered let's me understand the type of business this is. On June 1st or 2nd I brought my car to the muffler shop down the road from Honest 1. The mechanic informed me he was unwilling to fix the rear suspension on my Chrysler 300c. He stated I had two bad camber links on each side of my rear suspension. He said, the problem is the bolt connected to each link was so close to the frame he would have to drop the suspension to repair them. He apologized for not being able to make the repair because it was to time consuming for him. I immediately took my car over to Honest 1 to see, if they could repair it. I asked could they give me a ball park figure on how much it would cost. The guy working the desk told me around $500.00. He wanted to do an inspection on it first. I left my car with Honest 1. The next morning the attendant called me and told me in order to fix the camber link it would cost $1,900. I was reluctant to pay that much, but I needed my car fixed. He stated also the rear axle needed to be dropped in order to fix it and it's going to take 5 days to get the parts in. About a little over a week goes by. I'm noticing my vehicle hasn't moved from the same spot that I left it. I go in and ask the attendant for an update on my vehicle. He looked surprised to see me. He then says the part hasn't come in. I am going to call and track it. He's says as soon as it gets here I will start on your car. I leave the shop the attendant was not on the phone when I left. I get into the car I'm driving. Drive to the exit of the parking lot and the attendant calls me to tell me he tracked the part and it was on the truck. There is no way he made that call and tracked those parts in two minutes. Fast forward a day later. Honest 1 called me and told me they have good news and bad news. The good news is I don't owe them any money. The bad news is the parts they received was the wrong part. The parts I need is recalled and on back order for 6 months. So there is no way to fix my vehicle. The attendant then calls back and says he can put a aftermarket part on my car and it would be cheaper. The price then will be $1,700 instead of the $1,900. I called the dealership in Roseville the next day. I gave them my VIN # and asked it they stocked the parts for my car. They replied yes, we have them in stock. I asked for the price of the parts and labor. The dealership said , the parts were about $167.00 a piece and $200.00 a side to replace. I made an appointment right then, because my car seem to be an after thought. I went to Honest 1 to pick-up my car. I told the guy the dealership has the parts to my car and they aren't discontinued. The attendant wanted to call the dealership himself to verify my claim. The dealership basically told the attendant they have the parts to my vehicle and nothing that they know of is discontinued. They asked what were they charging. I told them and they scoffed at the idea the dealership would not fix it for the price noted. Honest 1 also charged me $115.00 inspection fee. I dropped my car off at the dealership. They called me and and said, your camber links are fine. The links that are bad are the tension links. They said, they didn't have them on hand. It would take three days to get them. A week later my car was fixed. The repair cost was $1,057.00. The dealership is notorious for their pricing. For the work to be half of what DisHonest 1 charged is insane. DisHonest 1 has some ethical problems. I could never bring myself to using them again. I'm sharing my story in case you decide to use them. This is what you could possibly be in for.