|Anzo USA Eagle Eyes, Depo Auto parts They do not honor warranty, Price Fixing , Illegal, Scam, Junk Products Chino, California |
|30th of Nov, 2011 by User203197 |
|I have Anzo/Eagle Eye lights on almost everyone of my cars at least the ones they make them for. I always found them to look much sleeker then stock and my son who's president of a large car club in Nor. Cal makes everyone in the club get them for there cars. I recently bought a pair and noticed there was water running down the inside of the lens as if it wasn't sealed well, I contacted tech support via email and got a few responses that contained maybe 5 words I'm not sure what that was all about. I then received another email stating they will replace them just send them a copy of my receipt which I did and still nothing. I sent them half a dozen emails and no response so needless to say they are not going to replace them even though there only 4 months old. I did some research on the company come to find out the outrageous prices we paid for the headlights and taillights were just that OUTRAGEOUS!!!: The Vice President of eagle eyes has been charged with global price fixing here's a snippet: Law360, New York (August 19, 2011, 5:24 PM ET) -- A California federal court agreed Thursday to release on a $1 million bond a Taiwanese executive facing criminal charges over his alleged participation in a global conspiracy to fix the prices of aftermarket auto lights. Homy Hong-Ming Hsu, who served as vice chairman and head of sales at Eagle Eyes Traffic Industrial Co. Ltd., secured the bond from a magistrate judge Thursday, with the court docket showing a receipt for a $540,000 check from Eagle Eyes and a letter of credit from Mega Bank. Yes folks those "Sleek", "Cool" or however you deem them headlights and tail lights probably cost around 15.00 US dollars to make throw in a couple bucks for shipping and then own must of the company's that sale them such as: Eagle Eyes,Anzo USA, Depo auto parts, Maxzone, E Lite etc etc and they all have the same price 1000 percent mark up and BAM you get busted for being stupid and ignorant. BUT wait the fun doesn't stop there they also sale headlights to automobile manufacturers like Nissan and Acura just tpo name a few and guess what????YUP hundreds of thousands have been recalled by the NHTSA. What is wrong with these people they come over here and bend us over and laugh as they leave with our money???? WELL NO MORE!!!!!! We are standing up to these foreigners and saying enough is enough. WE ALL BAND TOGETHER AND NOT PURCHASE ANY LIGHTS MADE OR SOLD BY THE MANUFACTURER LISTED ABOVE!!!|
|EAGLE EYE’S & ANZO USA –HEAD/TAIL LIGHTS|
DO NOT PURCHASE EAGLE EYE’S / ANZO USA LIGHTS!!
PRICE-FIXING / MILLIONS OF RECALLS
DO NOT PURCHASE THESE LIGHTS, DO NOT SUPPORT
ANY SUPPLIER THAT SELLS EAGLE EYE’S / ANZO USA LIGHTS!
Class Action Lawsuit
If you or someone you know have ever purchased HEAD LIGHTS, TAIL LIGHTS, CORNER LIGHTS, BUMPER LIGHTS, TURN LIGHTS that were manufactured by Eagle Eye’s or ANZO USA lights for your automobile YOU WERE OVERCHARGED AND THEY COULD COST YOU YOUR LIFE!!!
Two of Eagle Eyes highest ranking amongst others have either been charged and/or plead guilty to
“Price-Fixing” Which is an agreement between businesses not to price their product below a certain “Fixed Price” which is a higher escalated price above what that product would normally sell for.
Since 2001 Eagle Eyes and ANZO USA have recalled MILLIONS and MILLIONS of unsafe lights per the NHTSA.
YOU WERE RIPPED OFF!!!
Fight back join the Class Action Lawsuit at no cost to you and get back the money you deserve.
To Join Email: [email protected]
THE FOLLOWING ARE JUST A FEW AUTOMOBILE’S LIGHTS THAT WERE RECALLED
Vehicle Make / Model: Model Year(s):
ACURA / INTEGRA 1990-1993
ACURA / RSX 2002-2005
BMW / 3 SERIES 1992-1998
BMW / 5 SERIES 1992-1998
CHEVROLET / BLAZER 1995-1997
CHEVROLET / DENALI 2002-2003
CHEVROLET / SILVERADO 2003-2006
DODGE / CARAVAN 1996-2000
DODGE / RAM 2004 2006
FORD / EXPEDITION 2003-2006
FORD / F-150 1997-2001 2004-2006
FORD / MUSTANG 1994-1998
HONDA / ACCORD 1990-2006
HONDA / CIVIC 1992-2006
INFINITI / I30 2002
JEEP / GRAND CHEROKEE 1999-2004
MITSUBISHI / ECLIPSE 1995-1999
MITSUBISHI / LANCER 2003-2006
NISSAN / ALTIMA 2002-2004
NISSAN / FRONTIER 2001-2004
NISSAN / SENTRA 2000-2002
TOYOTA / COROLLA 2003-2006
TOYOTA / MATRIX 2003-2006
TOYOTA / SCION XB 2004-2006
ANZO / HEADLAMP Manufacturer: ANZO USA, INC.
TAIWAN AFTERMARKET AUTO LIGHTS MANUFACTURER AND ITS CHAIRMAN INDICTED FOR PARTICIPATION IN PRICE-FIXING CONSPIRACY
WASHINGTON — A federal grand jury in San Francisco returned a superseding indictment yesterday against a Taiwan aftermarket auto lights manufacturer, its U.S.-based subsidiary distributor and its chairman for participating in an international conspiracy to fix the prices of aftermarket auto lights, the Department of Justice announced. Aftermarket auto lights are incorporated into an automobile after its original sale, often as repairs following a collision or as accessories and upgrades.
The one-count felony superseding indictment, filed today in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, charges that Eagle Eyes Traffic Industrial Co. Ltd., which is based in Tainan County, Taiwan, participated in a conspiracy to fix the prices of aftermarket auto lights in the United States and elsewhere from about July 2001 to about September 2008. The indictment also charges Eagle Eyes’ highest-ranking officer, Chairman Yu-Chu Lin, aka David Lin, for his participation in the conspiracy from about July 2001 to about September 2008. Lin is a resident of Taiwan. E-Lite Automotive Inc., Eagle Eyes’ U.S. subsidiary based in Chino, Calif., is also charged in the indictment for its participation in the conspiracy from about March 2006 to about September 2008. Today’s indictment supersedes an indictment filed on July 19, 2011, against the second-highest-ranking officer of Eagle Eyes, Vice Chairman Homy Hong-Ming Hsu.
“The Antitrust Division will continue to crack down on international price-fixing conspiracies that target U.S. businesses and consumers, ” said Sharis A. Pozen, Acting Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division.
According to the indictment, Eagle Eyes, E-Lite, Lin, Hsu and co-conspirators participated in a conspiracy in which the participants met and agreed to charge prices of aftermarket auto lights according to jointly determined formulas. The participants in that conspiracy issued list price announcements to customers in accordance with the jointly determined price structure, and collected and exchanged information on prices for the purpose of monitoring and enforcing adherence to the conspiracy. The department said that the conspirators met in Taiwan and the United States for their discussions.
Including Eagle Eyes, E-Lite and Lin, four companies and four individuals have been charged to date in connection with the department’s ongoing investigation into the aftermarket auto lights industry. On Nov. 15, 2011, Maxzone Vehicle Lighting Corp., a U.S. distributor of aftermarket auto lights, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay a $43 million criminal fine for its participation in the conspiracy. On Oct. 4, 2011, Sabry Lee (U.S.A.) Inc., a U.S. distributor of aftermarket auto lights, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay a $200, 000 criminal fine for its participation in the conspiracy. On March 29, 2011, Polo Shu-Sheng Hsu, the former president and CEO of Maxzone, was sentenced to serve 180 days in prison and to pay a $25, 000 criminal fine for his role in the conspiracy. Chien Chung Chen, aka Andrew Chen, the former executive vice president of Sabry Lee, pleaded guilty for his participation in the conspiracy on June 7, 2011. He is currently scheduled to be sentenced on July 17, 2012.
Eagle Eyes, E-Lite and Lin are charged with price fixing in violation of the Sherman Act which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $1 million fine for individuals and $100 million fine for corporations. The maximum fines may be increased to twice the gain derived from the crime or twice the loss suffered by the victims of the crime, if either of those amounts is greater than the statutory maximum fine.
This case is part of an ongoing joint investigation being conducted by the Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s San Francisco Office and the FBI in San Francisco. Anyone with information concerning illegal or anticompetitive conduct in the aftermarket auto lights industry is urged to call the Antitrust Division’s San Francisco Field Office at 415-436-6660 or visit www.justice.gov/atr
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