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Initial appointment was set. Provider name locked. showed up on time and went through the entire contract outlining price, service they would provide and dates and times of sale. Estate sales are 3 days beginning on a Thursday. They came in organized items, priced items and staged sale. Showed up at appointed time on dates of sales and I had no worries and did not need to be there. Handled professionally and payment was timely. Would recommend to anyone. This beats garage sales, flea Provider name locked. if you have a large amount of items to sell, especially large furniture and appliances.
- Patricia H.
The contract stated provider would keep 35% or $3500 of sale, whichever was more. In addition, salaries for other employees and expenses were charged to the seller. That should have come out of the 35% instead of all that going into the provider's pocket. Nowhere was it mentioned that in order to make money, the sale would have to bring in ten thousand dollars, not verbally and not in the poorly written contract.
This resulted in the providers selling approximately $4100 of my mother's belongings (that she had to sell to move) and the company keeping every cent of it. You read that right, my mother got NOTHING from this sale. There is something inherently wrong with this type of business. There was no way the proceeds from this sale could have totaled ten thousand dollars and the owner should have recognized that from the get go. The owner then blamed that on the family for taking the items given to us by our mom. Thank the Lord we took what we did; otherwise that would have been in the owners pocket. Had we not accepted anything from our mother, the sale still would not have brought in ten thousand dollars.
Our family feels very cheated by this company. There is something morally wrong with this business. They took advantage of an elderly woman. Shame on you.
- Sheila H.
Our elderly mother moved into a retirement home and contracted with Provider name locked. to run an estate sale for items she could not take with her. The sale grossed 4800 dollars. My mother received ZERO, not one dollar. Several conversations with a co-owner ended the same way. After they deducted their fee and expenses there was nothing left for the owner of all the stuff they sold. Something is fundamentally wrong with this business model. If you intend to have an estate sale, be sure to ask questions about how they conduct business. They made money on my mother and she essentially "gave" her things away so they could. This was a devastating experience and one that has left the family feeling robbed.
- Marian S.