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  • A
    R&D Delivery
    We had a great experience with R&D Delivery! They were all so nice and made our moving experience so quick and easy. All of our belongings were taken care of and nothing was broken since everything was wrapped and packed so well. They were so fast at setting up our sons crib and our master bedroom bed set. The owner Chris was on top of everything and made sure all of our moving needs were met. They did so well my father in law ended up hiring them to help them move some furniture to their vacation home. We would highly recommend them to anyone we know!
    - Sabrina A.
  • A
    PEAK Business Coaching
    As a new business owner, I needed guidance to make sure I was effectively developing my company and moving forward in the right direction. I���ve only had three sessions with Jim and I can already see an increase in my productivity and focus, and more importantly, company revenue! Jim���s coaching sessions are the best investment I���ve made in my company so far and highly recommend him if you are serious about growing your business. Thank you Coach Jim!
    - Josh S.
  • F
    California Moving Systems
    Move transpired July 5th, 2018 Moving is a tough job and this is why we may hire a company to help. The movers [I am guessing] are under management pressure to maximize profits which could mean, move fast and with minimal staff. The movers that came to my home are contracted and are NOT CMS employees. Also, the lead mover had a broken hand to accomplish the near impossible. The question. How do you handle a disaster that leaves you powerless, emotionally devastated and financially crippled knowing that you are complaining about a crew that left likely exhausted and perhaps a little injured? Where do you find within all of that fair and reasonable balance so you come across sane when you feel like you lost your mind! I am a CMS casualty and I spent over $32k for a move. Moving is personal - intimate. You are letting strangers into your life, your home and trusting them with your memories...with items you have worked a lifetime to afford and acquire. You are letting them touch things that your spouse and family have given over a lifetime. In my case, my mother died last year and many items left to me CMS destroyed. This hurts - broke my heart and I get to relive loss. CMS broke over 120 items. At that point, I just stopped counting and instead, tossed the memories and money into the trash. Some of the damage senseless such as a rock. Takes two to three guys to lift. They broke it. This shows the level of carelessness. Example, they broke one of the chairs that connects to a $17,000 couch. They broke the mechanicals within the chair. One could suggest great force and seemingly little regard. The moving company retained my financial information from a prior authorized charge and without my consent, charged $17k+ to my AMEX card at a later date. I received a text message with an apology and that the owner had retained my credit card information on file. I did not consent. But it is alleged that I had. There is no document that I signed and no verbal recording authorized. Why randomly charge my card without calling knowing it's AMEX and bill is due EOM. Destruction and Financial Hardship. Ouch! I am not saying "don't ever hire CMS" because this may be the very nature of moving you may be just stuck with the risks. But you can learn from my mistakes and do better than I. I learned from AMEX that you can put a block on a vendor that forbids them passing charges without your authorization. In my case, You can manually permit a one-time charge. Control the payment process because the costs are high! Don't assume and do not blindly trust. Maintain control over your finances - protect yourself from a company just holding on to your credit card information without your knowledge or they didn't make it clear, we will use your card info again. Ask questions, get clarity. GET IT IN WRITING and make sure they sign in ink. You may feel rushed as I did...OPEN EVERY SINGLE BOX before it enters your HOME. Prepare yourself for the frowns...but they also get a break too. Inspect for damage. If damaged, refuse the item. SEND IT BACK! CMS uses bar code labels. They told me, it does not damage wood. But it did. Every single piece of wood furniture was left with a glue residue stain. Some of it came off and some items are forever stained [see photo] I can't stress enough. Document and if possible, set up a security camera to document how rough the movers are handling your items. I know, annoying but if you are a victim, you will wish you had. NestCams are cheap. Just do it. Capture as much evidence as possible. Back to the bar codes. All the items are label with a bar code. Document the item and bar code. In my case, and this is my fault, I trusted the lead that I didn't need to go through the inventory list and verify. Don't do this. Take the time and painstakingly verify each and every item that it is there and not broken. Yes, this will take a lot of time. But you will be miserable after if you do not. They will leave and you are left pretty much helpless. In my case, missing items. Yep...gone with the wind. Oh... and I also learned when filing a had better have a receipt for every item you claim. OH BOY DO NOT ASSUME YOU ARE COVERED! They are going to ask for evidence of purchase. So that painting or whatever gift your mom gave you. No receipt...bye bye - see ya! Such as my lamps. Missing shade. No receipt... Sorry! You are screwed. And finally...READ READ READ the terms and conditions - front and back. The guys are selling you a service and you may find yourself feeling...oh, I can trust XYZ. Don't do this. Read the fine print. Because the honeymoon phase ends swiftly into a divorce. Don't assume trust. Trust is earned. [Note, this is a moving review and what happened. The second interaction process and will include a detailed review will chronicle the claims process] Note: as of today 2nd of October 2018, CMS repaired one item but delivered the item on my door step without me being home and left the item still in a damaged condition. They said, file a claim. The next review will show copies of text messages and emails omitting email addresses/personal contact info
    - David S.
  • A
    Carmazzi Real Estate
    Due to work reasons, I had to relocate out of Sacramento area and I needed to rent out my property. Angieslist was where I looked for suggestions for property managers and I decided to talk to Matt Carmazzi after seeing positive reviews. He was very prompt in responding and during the first meeting explained the things I needed to take care of before I rent . His expertise, promptness and professionalism convinced me that he is the right person and I signed the contract with him. It has been an excellent decision and Matt has been doing an outstanding job for several months. He is very prompt in responding to both my and my tenants needs. He did an outstanding job getting me a tenant in a very short time. He does a very good job balancing between the needs and demands of both owners and tenants. He does excellent book-keeping with the finances and this makes it easy during tax season
    - murali n.
  • A
    PEAK Business Coaching
    Coach Jim started with lots of questions that helped him gain insight and he then was able to begin guiding me and pushing me. In our first coaching session he already made if further than other business coaches I've worked with took multiple sessions to accomplish. I know that the results from our sessions will be long lasting and will change the trajectory of my business. Going home with clear and concise homework to accomplish, and future dates to meet and ensure that these pieces are being implemented and worked on properly are stellar and I'm excited to put more pieces into work as we move deeper into my business and push harder to accomplish my newly written goals!
    - Tim H.
  • B
    This was a custom fabrication that required onsite framing and fabrication at the shop. There were some errors in the original fabrication, but they were corrected in a timely manner. Additionally, some minor issues were resolved to our satisfaction. Bill, the owner was very responsive and attentive to make sure his company is well represented.
    - Jerry C.
  • B
    We have been very pleased with them. We switched from AT&T because of their lack of service. We have no complaints. We have three phones connected and I have wifi through them, the portable ones that you carry around. It runs us about $256 a month, but we do get a 17% discount because of the company I work for. So, it would be higher if we did not. Their price is average. Their responsiveness is pretty good, but sometimes, it is not as easy to get a hold of. You can make appointments when you go in their office. They could just lower their prices a little bit though.
    - DENISE A.
  • D
    The biggest thing was they should have appreciated a long-time customer and do not make them have to leave. When you tell them that you are terminating your service, they tell you that they could do things for you. It does not work that way. They were very inflexible with trying to help you to figure out a way to stay with them. When you tell them that you are terminating your service, all of a sudden things were more available and I just think that is very unprofessional.  
    - DENISE A.
  • A
    Television picture was shrinking. "San" arrived on time, and explained all my options (fix vs. purchase). He let me observe, and explained each step. He finished the repair and tested for all functions. He finished the job and left the site as clean as it was when he arrived.
    - John L.
  • A
    Placer Piping Company
    He provided the print for the work so we could get the permit which the Folsom City front desk inspector was very pleased with. As work progressed he ran into a problem with digging the trench for the pipe from the side of the house to the location we required on our new patio. Very hard soil, right against our foundation and drains and irrigation lines making the trench very difficult to dig. So a job he planned on finishing at 4-5 PM ran to nearly 8. He finished the job despite the late hour, added no charges and did a great job according to the building inspector from Folsom City who checked it all out including going into the attic. Subsequent Sheet rock and texture work done by the sub he provided was done on time, done very well and we are very pleased with all results.

    - Paul K.
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