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Claim type with most consumer complaints —
Failure to honor promises:

“J.L. vs. Apollotek International, Inc.”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: September 26,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to disclose facts, Failure to honor promises, Problem with a product, Problem with a service

Claimant says: "They sold me a $7,500 water softener tht does not work and keep pronising to send a technician to fix or replace it but necer do it. I want to cancel my contract with them. They are unresponsive. Hard to get ahold of unpofessional. They lie about the product and lie about the service.”

Claimant Seeks: $7500

“Elizabeth Miller vs. Fly Guy Movers Usdot 2524919”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: September 13,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Bad business practices, Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to honor promises, Overcharge or billing error, Poor Value for Money, Problem with a service

Claimant says: "They did not show up on three promised days to move my three-bedroom house. They stole 500+ dollars from me even though my PayPal account ruled in my favor I have never been paid back.”

Claimant Seeks: $550

“Disappointed customer vs. Rocklyn Homes”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: August 18,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Bad business practices, Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to disclose facts, Failure to honor promises

Claimant says: "The manager at Belmont Hills is refusing my deposit money that was paid towards their concession to me for upgrades that would then go towards my closing costs. I am no longer able to close with my lender, however prior to this, management (Claudette Hawkins) advised me that there was a 13k concession and due to the type of my loan they could only give 6k towards closing costs and the remaining 7k we could use toward upgrading appliances. To do the upgrades and for the money to not go to waste (as she stated), I would n” ...Show more »

Claimant Seeks: $3041

“Auto Armor Dispute”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: July 26,2019

Complaint Types: Failure to honor promises

Claimant says: "Have a Warrenty that covers fading of paint for 7 years. After 6 1/2 years I filed a claim for fading on trunk of car. They said there was no fading and denied my claim. The estimator said it would cost around $900 to do. So beware of Auto Armor's Warrenty to cover fading and all their hype because they don???t back their Warrenty.”

Claimant Seeks: $0

“C.S. vs. Www.Pbccorp.Com”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: July 22,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., Customer service runarounds, Failure to honor promises

Claimant says: "I was on a payment plan that was established by the Professional Bureau of Collections of MD for repayment of student loans. They set up automatic monthly debits of $125 after I submitted and they reviewed my monthly expenses. After 11 payments, they send me a notice stating they will garnish my wages, in the amount $654 month, due to non payment which is false. They know based on my expenses I cannot afford $654/month. I tried multile times to connect with them and rectify the problem and my voicemails were unreturned.” ...Show more »

Claimant Seeks: $0

“Denise Sanders vs. New Life Landscaping And Lawn Maintenance”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: June 06,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Bad business practices, Customer service runarounds, Failure to honor promises, Problem with a service

Claimant says: "Paid for 1 acre to be cleared in March. Payed Dan Pollard $600 up front. He told us it would be done the following week. It's been 6 weeks now. We have called him several times we even set up a date to meet for him to give me our money back. He never showed up. He will not return our calls. I sent him a breach-of-contract letter certified to his post office box and his mailing address still calling him no reply the man is a crook he took $600 out of my pocket beware of him.”

Claimant Seeks: $600

“J.D. vs. Bedrock Media Llc - Phoenix Az”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: June 04,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., Bad business practices, Customer service runarounds, Failure to honor promises, Overcharge or billing error, Problem with a product, Problem with a service

Claimant says: "The exact same happened to me. Mr Goldstone is the guy that sold me on bedrock media. Except I paid a total of 5,500 dollars. Haven???t been able o reach anybody or six months. My sight is still up and running but there at the wheel. I???ve been scammed and I want my money back! Sure they will make you a sight, then h steal it! Fifty five hundred dollars. $5500.00”

Claimant Seeks: $10400

“Tal Memran vs. Princess Cruise Line”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: May 25,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Bad business practices, Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to disclose facts, Failure to honor promises, Poor Value for Money, Problem with a service

Claimant says: "On October 20th, 2018, my family and I whom consist of 2 young children went on a 15 day cruise to Hawaii with the Star Princess. We had the most traumatic experience of our lives. My husband went into the bathroom and saw blood everywhere, and we later found out that someone was brutally beaten to death on our ship. A chopper had to land on our deck to take the guy to the nearest hospital in Honolulu. Someone was murdered on our ship and we were scared out of our minds for our children???s safety for the durati” ...Show more »

Claimant Seeks: $54000

“Wish Dispute”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: May 24,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., This feels like a scam to me., Bad business practices, Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to disclose facts, Failure to honor promises, Overcharge or billing error, Problem with a product, Problem with a service, Refusal to answer

Claimant Seeks: $202

“Eastwood Homes Llc Dispute”

  • Claim Status:
  • In Negotiation
  • Posted on: April 08,2019

Complaint Types: I just feel ripped off., Contract / Agreement dispute, Customer service runarounds, Failure to honor promises

Claimant says: "My daughter and I were led to believe that we would get our deposit back if we could not sell our existing home in 60 days. We were approved for a mortgage, but could not sell our house. The Eastwood house in Briargate in Mooresville,we were trying to buy was a spec house and was almost done when were were led to believe by salesperson, Whitney Stiles, not to worry, Eastwood wants happy customers, and would probably give our whole deposit back, if we could not sell our house. Our Realtor was present when this statemen” ...Show more »

Claimant Seeks: $1500

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