After deposit, Baltimore appliance company failed to make repairs, member says
My husband made a $100 deposit, and the company emailed an invoice. He scheduled three separate appointments for repairs.
On the first repair date, the service person never came. When he called, the company said the part wasn’t in to make the repair, so he scheduled another service time.
Again, the repair person was a no-call, no-show. When my husband called again, he didn’t get a response. He called the next day and scheduled an appointment between 9 a.m. and noon, and no one called or came.
We’ve been trying to reach him ever since, and he isn’t returning phone calls. This is inexcusable. I’ve spent $50 at the laundromat since the initial repair date. My husband and I both have jobs that only give us one day off a week, which is not even the same day. For someone to waste our time, especially after we paid a deposit on the work, is deplorable.
I want a $100 refund and for repairs to be completed within seven days.
Amanda Peyton, Parkville, Md.
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