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I had seen the review of photos via email. He said he could do the work and that the piece would have to be picked up to be looked at and worked on. He worked up an estimate, and I told him that I wanted to get started. He arranged to have the piece picked up, and I gave the delivery person a check for half down of the estimate.
About a week after the piece was picked up, I received an email from
Having my concern raised after these recommendations from
After all of this communication, I felt uneasy having
So, I contacted
I felt it unfair that I would
Correspondence - pages of emails
Collaboration with your designer - your single item job consumed more time than 2 to 3 times Larger Jobs do (15+ piece jobs)
Multiple Team meetings with Problem solving and Assessment"
Ok, I will let the reader of this review make their own judgment on his list of what was done. I will note that that the collaboration with my designer was basically about 8 questions from my designer friend in ONE email, with her comments as well as to how she thought the job should be done as well. An added note was that my designer friend felt like
Next was arranging to pick up my sofa/daybed. I told him that I do not want to have to pay for the delivery, so I was going to pick up the piece myself. His reply was that he only does full service, meaning he only lets his drivers pick up and deliver pieces, reasoning "safety, security, and privacy". It was non-negotiable. He also stated that "I don't make anything on deliveries and they are just part of the business". He was adamant that there was no way that I was going to pick up my sofa/daybed.
Ok, so that was how it was. When the delivery people came to drop off my sofa/daybed, I was curious how much they got paid. So, I asked them, "How much does a job like this typically cost?". The delivery driver said, "Usually about $100/hour, but Mr
I paid $150 to have my sofa/daybed delivered back to me.
All I know is that I lost my $750 deposit and no physical work was done on my sofa/daybed. It was my decision not to have
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