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  • A
    Credit Repair of Florida
    So far it's been great. We really like how their online system is set up where you can log in and track the progress of your credit. Every single month you get an update with a graph that shows how your credit is changing. It's very professional and we've been happy with the service.
    - Richard B.
  • A
    Virtual Stacks Systems
    there customer service and team were excellent to work with. Very reasonable in pricing. They are truly experts in there Field and know how to get you results! Very pleased with virtual stacks and will be referring Family and freinds to use them!
    - Faisal T.
  • A
    Quality iRepairs
    My Mom and I went here after calling around to find the best deal and turnaround time for an iphone 6 screen replacement. Not only did Igor give us a great deal at $65 for the screen replacement, but he was very kind, personable, and had the job done in less than an hour. I definitely recommend Quality iRepairs. If you have a cracked or damaged phone screen, do yourself and your phone a favor, and stop by Quality iRepairs to have it looking like new again!
    - Harmony D.
  • F
    Starting in 2016, the service has become atrocious. They did not make needed repairs in a timely fashion, thus resulting in large quantities of major repairs when a long term tenant moved out. An insurance claim was not filed in a timely and accurate manner. When a problem with the claim was discovered by me, it took months of calling/emailing Central Property Management to get the issue corrected. They kept on saying it was resolved, but it had not been. It had become such a problem I thought the insurance claim would not be approved. They also have not dealt with a routine landscaping issue, despite repeated warnings and notifications from the HOA. It's been six months since the HOA told us to improve the grass in the yard, but instead of getting immediate results from Central Property Management, I have only received continued HOA violation notices as well as a letter from their lawyer, including additional fees. Central Property Management continues to only provide excuses on why they cannot get a simple sod replacement completed. Central Property Management is terrible at communicating and ignores all phone calls. They will not call me back to address the problems. They continue to avoid/ignore the multiple problems and will not engage in discussions to solve the problems. As a result, I'm switching management companies, but Central Property Management refuses to work with me or the new management company to arrange an orderly transfer of management service.
    - David S.
  • D
    My unit is now to dark to see inside without a flashlight. So that means I only have one free hand when trying to locate specific boxes (seasonal items) or I have to pull them out into the hallway. I believe that lighting is part of what my monthly rental pays for.
    - Roy C.
  • D
    Security Center Networks, LLC.
    Jesse Uribe, installed overpriced cameras in my home and then insisted that I sign a 3 yr contract with him for alarm monitoring. No more than 3 month later I realized that my alarm service was sold to another company and they were unable to help me with any of the issues that I was having with my alarm system. Jesse is untrustworthy. My cameras stop working a few month after he instaIled them. I wish I had never met him!!!
    - Marie g.
  • F
    Lake Mary Florist
    The owner was rude and condensending and tried to blame me for taking longer. Why didn't she call me if there was a deadline to get it there. She was horrible. Is this not her business? To get things delivered on time and when agreed upon. Would she not be concerned enough to call the client and make sure it would get done? Where is the customer service. I read other reviews and found out that I need to check my credit card now and in the weeks to come to make sure she does not make charges for services not delivered.
    - Susie N.
  • D
    Legends Realty
    This rental management company, in my opinion, has got to be the worst. I used them over a year ago to rent a house in the Heathrow area which for us, ended up being a bad decision. First of all, don't expect to ever talk to the manager at any time, she is treated like the wizard in the Wizard of Oz. If you do decide to go with them, they will take a video of the place you are wanting to rent (supposedly right before you move in) and they will charge you $30 (cost at the time) for the video file, for something they do anyway. The biggest problem we had with them was during the summer when temperatures rose to over 100 degrees and the air-conditioning broke. We reported the problem to them and they took over a week to send someone out. Apparently, they do not consider this an emergency. Actually, the air-conditioning broke several times during that time and the response time was always the same. We finally got in touch with the actual owner of the house, he sent someone to look at it. The owner realized the system was so old that it was best to replace the unit, which he did. And yes, when it came time to move out, don't expect a final inspection where you can be there to ask questions, they will not allow that. As a result of us not being able to participate in the final inspection, we ended up being charged for discrepancies that existed before we moved in. My wife and I, couldn't wait for our lease to end so that we never have to deal with them again.
    - Joseph L.
  • F
    Legends Realty
    The Legends' Mission Statement  vs. The Reality

    An Extract from the LinkedIn Profile of Dan Lopez, broker/owner, Legends Realty:

      ?A Dedicated Real Estate Professional, a Servant Leader, with a Teacher's Heart".
    Dan Lopez is Broker/ Owner and Director of Sales for Legends Realty, an
    esteemed Central Florida based full service sales and property management company.
    Its mission is to be the preeminent real estate brokerage that prides itself on
    delivering outstanding service, communication and results to their customers on
    a consistent basis ??.
    While this is a well-crafted mission statement, fitting for a ?Servant Leader, with a Teacher?s Heart,? the reality of our experience with Legends Realty?s property management division exposes a serious lack of professionalism and deplorable customer service, to us, the tenant customer.

    Specifically, Legends accepted a property at 288 Bald Eagle Run, Lake Mary, to manage and showed it to us in December 2014. During our visit we observed the following:
    - The overgrown, neglected landscape needed mowing
    -  In the garage were 3 full barrels of trash and several gallons of unlabeled liquids (pool chemicals)
    -  A real estate sign and post was propped along one side of the house
    -  A dog kennel and other debris littered the rear of the house
    -  The cloudy pool had palm fronds on the bottom
    -  The deck was filthy and the patio carpet edges mildewed
    -  The house interior was full of dead insects throughout
    -  The bathrooms were unsightly and unsanitary, with urine stains on one of the toilets and hair in the tub and vanity drawers
    -  More than 24 light bulbs throughout the property were burned out
    -  There was a piece of wood holding the fireplace damper closed, but there was no mention of the fact that the flu was not connected and it was, in fact, unsafe to operate

    Looking past these deficiencies, we agreed that the house was otherwise appealing and met our needs. But because we had concerns about the current state of the property, we asked for a second viewing prior to signing a lease. Legends denied our
    request to revisit the house in a more suitable condition, citing company policy. Pressed for time to move into a home, we took a chance, believing we were dealing with professionals, and signed the lease. The lease stated in the ?Maintenance/Inspection? section that the Tenant ??accepts the premises in ?as is? condition,? unaware that the house contained an inoperative?and hazardous?fireplace.

    Legends? lease and tenant?s manual require that the premises be kept to a standard far above what Legends presented to us. How professional is it to show, let alone have a tenant move into, a property in this condition? Does the National Association of Residential Property Managers (on which Dan Lopez served in an official capacity from 2013?15) approve of the process we encountered with Legends? Do they recommend that prior to accepting a new property to manage, the property be inspected and brought into habitable condition?

    Upon move-out, we left some cookware in a cabinet. When we asked Tina Lopez at Legends if she could return the items, she called and said it was Legends? policy to dispose of any personal property left behind. Florida Statutes provide landlords with this option as long as the lease contains the proper wording. As tenants, we always paid on time, paid to have the pool area and walkways pressure-washed, mulched the extensive beds, and installed all new water-saving flapper valves in the three toilets. We left the property clean, returned after move-out to put our full trash bins out on trash day, and otherwise complied with Legends? move-out checklist.

    Legends chose to invoke the law rather than extend the simple and common courtesy of offering our property back to us. Dan wrote in an email, ?I am sorry we are not able to provide the answers or solution you are wanting.? Never mind the sheer lack of empathy in this dismissive reply; where is the ethical standard? At a time when businesses are being scrutinized for a history of greedy practices that prey on benevolent consumers, it seems Legends has no desire to rise above this characterization, and instead has neglected very basic responsibilities owed to its customers. Florida Statute 83.49 provides options to management companies representing landlords, but it does not require them to invoke these options in all cases. In this case, the ?Servant Leader with a Teacher?s Heart? chose not to serve a good customer when he was given the choice.
    - B F.
  • A
    Rusty's Mobile Welding
    I have a 30 ft travel trailer.  The bumper cracked, bent, and started to pull away from the frame because I had too much weight (bikes , spare tire, etc.) mounted to the bumper.  I have gotten several estimates upwards of $600.  I called Rusty (in part because the only negative review posted for him sounded ridiculous ) and he immediately returned my call.  I delivered the camper to his beautiful shop on the same day.  Rusty took one look at the job, asked me how much time I had and offered to fix the bumper while I waited!  45 minutes later I was out the door for $117.  The work was perfect.  I can't say enough good things about my experience.  Oh... Rusty did offer to do the work at my location but he gave me the option to bring the trailer to him to save $150.
    - Julie B.
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