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Brake Masters SHALOM LAYTIN, ERIC LAYTIN, MATAN SIMCHA OZER LAYTIN, MATAN LAYTIN Read carefully the multiple case for fraud California!!. Warning, Run Away from these persons, Please be aware and please stay away, Read carefully the multiple case for fraud, Case No. 77/16-22 / OAHNo.2016030421 www.bar.ca.gov/pdf/accusations/ard274417_2015_11_09_acc.pdf www.bar.ca.gov/pdf/accusations/ard233690_2017_06_08_dec.pdf www.plainsite.org/dockets/2rkdy634g/superior-court-of-california-county-of-los-angeles/sanda-nevada-llc-v-shalom-laytin/ PLEASE READ: UNDERCOVER OPERATION #232. On or about April 10,2014, an undercover operator with the Bureau (“operator”) tookthe Bureau’s 2000 Pontiac to Brake Masters #135. The front brake pads on the Bureau-documented vehicle were in need of replacement and the ~J cylinder spark plug was defective,causing the check engine light to illuminate. The operator told a male employee that she wantedthe brakes and illuminated check engine light inspected and presented him with a wupon fromBrake Masters # 135 for a free brake inspection and check engine lamp inspection. The operatorsigned and received a copy of a written estimate and left the facility.33. At approximately 1420 hours that same day, the operator received a call fromRespondent’s employee, “Bo”. Bo told the operator that the front brake pads were badly wornand needed replacement and that the front brake rotors needed replacement as well. The operatortold Bo she would call him back. At approximately 1435 hours, the operator called the facilityand asked Bo if they could resurface the rotors instead of replacing them. Bo claimed that he9 could not resurface the rotors because tbey would be too thin after machining. Bo also told theoperator that the check engine light was illuminated because ofa diagnostic trouble code for a #1engine misfire and that they would require an additional $98 for a diagnosis of the check enginelight. Bo stated that the repairs and diagnosis would cost $532.43, which the operator authorized.34. On or about April II, 2014, the operator received a voice mail message fromRespondent’s employee, “Mike”, requesting a return phone call. At approximately 1045 hours,the operator called the facility and spoke with Mike. Mike told the operator that all six sparkplugs were worn out and were the incorrect type for the vehicle, the coil pack was burnt and hadhigh resistance, and the spark plug wires were bad. Mike claimed that all of these parts wouldneed to be replaced in order to correct the illuminated check engine light. Mike gave the operatora revised estimate price of$l, 137.73 for the repairs, which the operator authorized.35. At approximately 1600 hours that same day, the operator returned to the facility toretrieve the vehicle, paid $1,135 for thc repairs, and received a copy of an invoice.36. On or about April 14, 2014, the Bureau inspected the vehicle and found that thefacility had performed approximately $777 in unnecessary repairs. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15

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