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Contacting Midas Customer Service Center

Midas is an auto repair company established in 1956 that expanded across the US using the franchise method. Your local Midas is an independently owned business, but it is connected to the corporation and must follow certain rules and maintain certain quality to maintain the franchise license.

Contact Info:

The corporate information we’ve provided here is for the Midas company, not your local Midas business. You can contact the corporate office about local business problems, including any customer service issues you may have with the repair completed by (or not completed by) Midas.

Phone Contact Number

The corporate phone number for Midas customer service is available for customers who want local issues addressed by a higher level of management. Even though all businesses are franchised, you can still count on Midas corporate to listen to your complaint or compliment.

  • Midas Phone Number: 1-800-621-8545

Mailing Address

If you’ve called the customer service team and emailed corporate and you still have something to get off your chest, contact Midas customer service by mail. Mail communication may be slower than other options, but it is still one of the most powerful tools a consumer can use to report problems and praise.

Midas Consumer Relations823 Donald Ross RdJuno Beach, FL 33408

Official Website

We visited http://www.midas.com/ for the official Midas website. In addition to the company history and information on the franchise, you can read about each of the services provided by the company. Midas offers brake, tire, muffler, exhaust and steering repair among many other services.

Social Media

Get on your computer or mobile device and head over to your favorite social media page where you’re bound to find Midas customer service. These pages are for the corporation, not your local service business.

Customer Service Email

Sometimes contacting Midas customer service is as simple as filling out an online form and sending it to the corporate customer service team. Double check your email address because that’s where the response to your email will be delivered.

Our Experience

When we contacted the customer service department at Midas, we encountered the typical automated system. The system provided several options pertaining to customer service, except the general customer service department. In order to connect to the customer service department, you will need to press 0 or wait through the options. After selecting 0, we waited for for approximately 4 minutes before the agent answered our call. Considering the services provided by Midas deal with a major purchase, we asked several questions relating to warranty of service and how to report damages. The agent explained the process of reporting damages and discussed the warranty.

We are glad to have spoken to the Midas customer service team. They were thorough with explanations and extremely knowledgeable about the services. This was a customer service win for us. When you contacted the customer service department, what was the outcome? We would love to hear your story. Comment below with your experience.

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16 Comments on “Contact Midas Customer Service
  1. Had some work done replaced whole rear break system cost 700$ my complaint is I have flat all blots turned fairly easy and 1 did not I feel do to the lug nut was put on weigh to tight I called the Columbia heightes ,Mn store.Instead of him trying to offer help for little or no cost or at least half the cost of the tow,instead I felt like I was being robbed without a gun. check your records I am a loyal costumer. And won’t be spending my money with a Midas store ever aging nor will I recommend anyone to Midas for auto repair.

  2. I like how they always double-check “is this a good number to call you at?”

    Yes, yes it is. But that doesn’t matter because YOU NEVER CALL ME WHEN THE CAR IS READY. I have to call you, or simply show up to find out if the car is ready.

    The last time (and I mean chronologically as well as historically – I’m not going back) I took a car to Midas I paid my bill, went to start the car, and lo and behold the battery was dead. Not weak. Not run down. DEAD. Cleared the ECM, wiped the memory on the stereo… dead as disco, dead.

    Less than happily, I inform them that they left the lights on (that was what happened) and the car was dead. “Oh, well we can jump start it.” Awesome. See my plan was to drive the 4 blocks home and just park it. Not anymore, no, now I’ve got to drive it around for awhile and recharge the battery enough that it’ll start the NEXT time I want to drive the car. Thanks.

    Oh, and no apology. None. Lots of “avoiding my gaze” and skulking about while they hooked up first a spare battery and when that (predictably) didn’t work they used a truck to jump start the car. Never looked me in the eye, never apologized.

    I got that stupid form email they like to send out, replied to that with how unhappy I was. The manager’s response? Wouldn’t I like to know, he hasn’t bothered to reply.

    Hey Midas. Rethink your policy of making it nearly impossible to escalate complaints. Some of your customers are undoubtedly people who work in media manipulation. Not sayin’ that’s me, but if it were I’d be one of those people who’s jobs it is to literally make or break a company’s online reputation.

    Amazing how far a little common courtesy and customer service goes.

    • So ticked off I forgot to mention the best part.

      The whole reason I brought the car in, a squealing belt, that’s not even fixed.

      What kind of an idiot can’t fix a squealing belt? (I’d do it myself but we’re not suppose to work on cars in the parking lot of my building.)

      Apparently the same kind of idiot that gets out of a car and thinks to himself, “why is it making that annoying sound as if I’d left the lights on? Oh well, I’m sure it’s nothing bad.”

  3. My wifes 05 Scion had a faulty wheel bearing. We took the vehicle to Scion and was told that it was almost 600.00 to repair. We decided to see if there was a better option as dealerships tend to be very expensive. After setting up an appointment with Midas in Maineville, Ohio I was contacted and told that BOTH front wheel bearings are bad. After some thought I figured that It was probably good to do both bearings anyways even if Toyota said only 1 was bad. I gave authorization for Midas to replace both bearings which was over 700.00!
    Upon picking up the vehicle there was a terrible noise immediately. upon returning to Midas It was found that the “technician” mangled both brake backing plates when doing the work. He bent them back somewhat into shape with a screwdriver. The vehicle had all sorts of scraping noises ever since. Fast forward to 13,000 miles later ( 14 months later ). My wife tells me again that there is a noise. I drive the vehicle and immediately know again its a faulty bearing. I call Midas and set up an appointment. Whent he vehicle is taken back they refuse to warranty the work and found that BOTH bearings have again failed. I was told that she needs brakes too and its possible that her brakes caused her bearings to fail which is rediculous. I argued that bearings should last longer than 13,000 miles unless they were either incorrectly installed or they used very cheap parts; and that on no planet can worn brakes cause a wheel bearing to fail. After the manager contacted the district manager he agreed to split the cost with me. I reluctantly agreed and was thankful that they atleast understood my concerns. After a full day of the car sitting there I called and inquired about its status and spoke with a very unprofessional “technician”. He stated ” dude, Ill be honest. I haven’t had a chance to even look at it.”
    unacceptable. I made an appointment and in the scope of satisfying an unhappy customer the work should have been completed in a timely manner. I instucted them that I was going to come get the vehicle.
    The next day I took the vehicle to Toyota and had them replace BOTH wheel bearings and was told that my backing plates were so mangled that they needed replaced and could not be bent back to correct form. Also that my brakes did not need replaced but the rotors were slightly warped and just needed turned. I authorized the work and gett he vehile back next day and now it drives and sounds like it should.
    I am very unhappy with every aspect of Midas. My experience was unprofessional, the work was poor and the parts that were used were cheap. The vehicle was damaged and It seemed as if the location did not care. I feel that Midas has ripped me off and feel that I was lied to and treated like a child. I feel that the “technicians” are untrained and dont care. I also feel that the “manager” is unprofessional and also does not really care about customers. I will never return to Midas and will tell everyone I know to avoid the place at all costs.

  4. I went to your location in portland oregon and asked your store manager to help me to reset the change oil light since i did the oil change couple days ago he argued and said retard and fuck you to me.I am loyal costomer I dont deserve to be treated like this . I have witneses for this incident.I will take legal action for this incident

  5. I have made multiple attempts over the last 2 months to contact someone in the corporate office after “repairs” made by my local Midas led to my car needing an additional $1200 in work (after the initial $1300 of repairs needed to be made so they could see what the real problem was, apparently). They made unauthorized repairs, didn’t fix any of the issues, and somehow detached my bumper. Now my car is a lawn ornament that I’m making payments on, and I can’t get a response from Midas, besides for “sometimes you have to fix things to find the real problem”. Shameful business practices. I was a loyal customer; not now.

  6. I’ve made an appt early as they open, so waiting period isn’t long, I wrote it down in my calendar for my own reminder. I show up, first one there, and he tells me my appt isnt until the next day. Of course I’m upset and aggravated I gotta wait for others to have their car service until he can squeeze me in. That’s ridiculous if they tell me one day and the system shows another day, that’s not my mistake and they should of tookin that into consideration.

  7. My car was overheating so i took it to a midas shop close to my job b/c thats the side of town i was on. At that midas they did a block test and told me i needed a radiator and that was close to $400. A week later when i got the money i took my car to the midas closer to my house. I gave the manager my estimate paper i received from the other midas location and told him i wanted that work done. (new radiator) long story short. I ended up paying over $1000 for my cars overheating problem and my car still overheats!. So i was told i need a new engine thats $400040004000

  8. please cancel taking money from my account I have already e/mailed you aboutthis before you have took 3lots of money from my account this month pleaseconfirm this cancellation by e/mail

  9. Midas in Billerica, MA is the same. The owners are idiots, they fight with each other scream, cussing in front of customers. Ridiculous. Now, lets get to the service end… they make sure that you need breaks because “I’m here to run a business.” Their car lift is malfunctioning, so expect to see that on the front page of the local news soon after killing someone. They laugh at OSHA. This place should at least be checked out. The mechanics work really hard, but are under the thumb of the manager of the shop and what he says, goes. They make no money on their oil changes, so you are in and out and if a mechanic sees a mechanical problem or safety CONCERN, enough to argue about with the manager, they are sent home (I assume to learn their place). The employees are terrified to complain, especially in this economic environment because the manager has no problem firing you if you disagree with this methods. To the owners; WOW, how are you still in business. Obviously OSHA is not paying attention, Midas Corporate is not paying attention and frankly, your customers are not paying attention. I didn’t need breaks, you just wanted my money. SO BEWARE, IS THE $20 OIL CHANGE REALLY WORTH IT???????????

  10. I don’t know what happen to this company.I’ve been a customer for several years and never had any problems,until the location closed in Garland on walnut.Every since than,nothing but problems. I’m going to get the local television station on this, its just that bad

  11. On 10-1-2014 I took a 2014 Chevy Silverado to Bill at the store in Kearney ne. Before this I spoke to him about doing the he exhaust on the truck and that I wanted it louder since stock is to quiet. He said no problem let him look into it and he called me back. When I took the truck to him he said it would be $800 after ordering what he needed.when I walked in I told that I really didn’t w a fit and said go and do it. When I came back for the reckless it was not what I wanted and he said he was done with the truck and walked off.

    What a ass will never go backwant to spend that much on a work truck. He said that he was disappointed. I told him I would pay for the shipping . He thre

  12. Santa Clarita has two locations owned by the same franchise owner. This individual refuses to honor Midas’ lifetime guarantee on an axle purchased at a recently closed Midas store. After Midas calling customer service (several times)it is clear to me that the franchise owners can threaten you and refuse service with no consequence except for the negative posts published online. My requests for a district manager to call were ignored and requests for a reply via email to document my concerns were declined reaffirming my belief that Midas runs an advertising scam when they promote (lifetime warranties). Buyer beware Midas corporate has (ZERO) authority to help you.

  13. I paid 702.00 for car repairs and had to tow my car away from this shop. Your crew gave us an estimate of 642.00 to repair this car and then on the day of pickup wanted anther 350 dollars because they told us they put in a new ECM chip without calling or having this authorized. I have no idea what they put in my car. I told them I refused to pay for unauthorized service and they said I had to take the car as is. I am so mad and upset at this piss poor, unethical service. I am posting negative shots all over the web and I am going back Monday morning demanding my money back. You need to investigate this crew!!!!

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