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AAMCO Corporate Office

AAMCO Corporate Office Address

AAMCO Transmissions, Inc.
201 Gibraltar Rd Ste 100
Horsham, PA 19044

Contact AAMCO

Phone Number: (610) 668-2900
Fax Number: (610) 617-3503
Website: http://www.aamco.com
Email: Email AAMCO

Executives

CEO: Malon Wilkus
CFO: John R. Erickson
COO: Gordon J. O'Brien

AAMCO History

Robert Morgan and Anthony A. Martino founded AAMCO in 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

AAMCO is a transmission-repair company that operates as a franchise, with the first franchise opening in New Jersey in 1963.

Morgan and Martino also founded MAACO, an autobody shop franchise. Martino eventually ended his affiliation with AAMCO to manage MAACO.

Morgan was the first CEO of the company and was succeded by his son, Keith Morgan.

In 2006, American Capital, Ltd. bought AAMCO Transmissions.

The company now has almost 900 franchises across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, 5,000 employees, and $31.32 million in revenue in 2012.

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wade cronce October 23, 2014 at 4:44 am

Working out of town in Ohio. Needed my truck fixed. I was quoted 1900 for the work needed. When i revived the bill it was 2800. Called owner, nothing. I felt uneeded work was done and over priced. I am letting everone know never to use a aamco for service. Poor public relations. It’s aamco on Arlington road in Akron Ohio.

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Steve Cottrell October 21, 2014 at 1:09 pm

I took my 2009 Honda Pilot into the Aamco shop in Scottsdale AZ on Butherus. September 22, 2014 They replaced my transmission for $2000 and had the car for 5 days. My wife and had to rent a car so that we had transportation to work etc. One week after picking up the car the transmission fluid leaked out all over our garage floor and the transmission was slipping again. I took the car in again on a Saturday, on Monday I called to find out what caused the issue and to find out how long it would take them to fix it? I asked if they would reimburse for a rental car and was told that Aamco does not do that for any reason. I was told that a seal was bad in the transmission after one week of driving it? Again they had the car for 2 days and I had to rent a car. I have had the car back two weeks this time and the transmission is leaking all over my garage again, I called Aamco and they refuse to pay for a rental car and stated that we just need to bring the car in again for them to look at and figure out why this keeps happening? My car is in worse shape now than it was before I took it there with the transmission slipping. I am so disappointed in the way they handle there customers and would appreciate a response from corporate. Bad comments travel much faster than good. I hope your corporate office is customer service oriented because your service station in Scottsdale, AZ sure isn’t.

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