or to be exact, consumer Tribunal. :motz:Why am i sharing this with the rest of BMW community? First of all, i am seeking some help from experienced individuals in this field as well as encourage others to stop taking shits and arrogance of our mechanic (not all, but some). I believe, that there is time, for consumers to speak up and stand for their rights. My case (in short)- engine conversion charge RM14,000 fully paid and settled in January (reciept was never given or refused to be given)- promised time frame to deliver completed vehicle promised by mechanic, within a month ( i have nothing in writing to confirm this) - some SIX months later, project not only incomplete, but has been sabotaged by mechanic (all wiring harness has been cut into peaces and some important ECU sockets are missing)- Some sources told me that mechanic refused (for no apparent reason) to continue working on the vehicle, parked it outside leaving it exposed to outside environment, which caused scratches, damaged rear light and rust. - Mechanic did not let me know of his intentions to abandon project, instead refused to answer my calls. Upon collecting the vehicle, he demonstratively refused to refund back any money, not denying that full settlement has been given. He also refused to assist in opening the hood of the vehicle (as battery was dead). Thus, vehicle was towed to a wireman who opened the hood and at that moment in time we've found out that wiring has been all cut and is no longer usable. I've roughly calculated costs, which would come to about RM10,150 (total paid RM14,000)Unfortunately, i have no receipt of payment or agreement from this particular mechanic on service deliverables. However, i do have pictures for each step of the build up process at his workshop as well as number of witnesses to confirm that car was drivable (before sabotage took place) and that it did in fact take 6 months for modifications works to be carried out. And the fact that mechanic released my vehicle to me shows that full settlement took place. I hope this is enough to convince the President of Tribunal. QUESTIONKindly, those who find this case of interest, have a careful read through and give your comments on validity of my claims and possibility of successful execution. I plan to submit my complaint at Consumer Tribunal, i believe anything below RM10,000 will be entertained (which means i'll have to slightly lower the total amount claimed). Clearly, the is an act of sabotage, as previously, vehicle was almost complete and engine was running well. I can not explain why mechanic took this path, as i could not think of one reason for him to do so. He has also failed to provide paperwork for the newly installed engine, which basically makes is (by law that is) illegal and could not be registered at JPJ, which would put the whole cost of modification at Question. I am yet to call Tribunal, but it seems, that information provided on the website is rather misleading, ranging from rm5000 to rm10,000 to RM25,000. Anyone knows exactly up to which amount claims will be entertained by the Tribunal? Any helpful experience and comments would be greatly appreciated. I am not in a rush to submit my claim just yet, awaiting for wireman to complete his job first, as i fear, that there might be other things that he may have done to further sabotage success of my project. Thanks.