If you want to talk about the truth;
Your customer received the engine. It has been installed in his car, and I assisted him with procuring a turbo unit (we sell our engines as "long blocks"
because as you should know; when the Speed3 turbo-charger fails it can/will cause damage to the engine.
Ken's credit card has NOT been credited (check your bank statement).
"Ton's of proof"? Proof of what?
Let's deal with the facts or as you like to say "truth" (these are very simple questions):
Did Protege Garage order a engine from my company? (Yes or No?)
Did Protege Garage's customer receive the engine (Yes or No?)
Did Protege Garage's customer pay Protege Garage for the engine that my company sent to him (Yes or No?)
Is/was there a problem with the engine that my company sent to Protege Garage's customer (Yes or No?)
Stratos, You're out of your league; This transaction is bordering on being a "fraudulent" claim on the part of Ken Miller/Protege Garage.
Why don't you have your boss (Ken) call me at my office tomorrow.
He has my number.