I took my car in to get the front pads and rotors replaced on Saturday. I was called about 90 minutes before they closed and I headed to get my car. When I got there I paid $290 and got my keys. As soon as I started my car up and pressed the brake pad I realized something was wrong. My foot went all the way to the floor; there was no pressure to the pedal at all. I pumped the pedal a couple of times to see if that would build up the pressure, nothing happened. So i went back in to tell Tom and Sonny that something was wrong. After debating with Tom that it was not just the ABS pump issue, he went out and drove around the lot. He came back and told me that the ABS pump needed to be replaced, said that would be something they could look into Monday, since it was late and everything was pretty much closed, and advised me not to make sudden stops. I was sent on my way. Sunday morning I called back to the shop and spoke to Tom and told him I was doubting if the brakes had been bled. He stated that may be a problem and to bring it back in. He kept my car the better part of Sunday and when I got it back the pedal did have definite pressure. However, I feel as if I was dismissed at first as a dumb woman who would buy the crap that was told me and leave it alone. And if I was a passive person I may have taken it somewhere else and had to pay more money to get another mechanic to look into it. But I'm not just taking stuff sitting down. After I consulted with my brother, who is a mechanical journeyman for U.S. Steel I knew that I was right that something was wrong. What's more is when I brought the car back to Tom, he tried to say that he wanted me to leave the car Saturday so he could tweak it. This is not was was said or implied. Yes, they did correct the problem by finishing the job after I called back and demanded he look back over the job. But I should have never been allowed to drive off the lot, especially after he drove the car himself and saw it was an issue. I have a child who rides in my car with me, not to mention a 35 mile drive, one way, to work on I-94 and I-696 M-F. Hundreds of lives, mine and my son's included, were put in potential danger because of this. I will NEVER do business with AutoPro again. Nor will I recommend them to anyone.