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11/18/2017
By: David M.
Rivertech Heating & Air Conditioning
My wife was home alone and they turned the heat off and said they needed $1800 to turn it back on!! All the tech did was turn the gas and electricity off and asked for a deposit!!
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09/28/2016
By: Misty B.
Flexicrew
Clean, professional office for a local staffing company. Friendly recruiters. Very easy to work with. Good jobs in the local area.
06/14/2016
By: Krissa B.
Chase Service, LLC
Scheduled an appointment between 9:30 -11 am to look at air conditioner. Never showed up. Never called.
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12/17/2015
By: Amina B.
Integrity Staffing
I wonder how many people they paid to give them good reviews. Integrity Staffing really is joke and a waste of time. I was told that I had a job there. And the day before I was supposed to start working I was told that the position was "cancelled". I'm glad I didn't quit my current job for this SH*&. They want to get peoples hopes up then screw them over around the holidays.. I was also told that my start date was going to be rescheduled within two weeks and it never was. Then I decided to go the location where I was interviewed and ask them about it. The girl at the front desk said, "Oh... I'm sorry but the people who spoke to you on the phone aren't aware of the jobs in Chattanooga Tn, there won't be openings until Jan-Mar of 2016, also your interview is good for 90 days and if you don't get a call before March 2016 you have to re-apply" ......... Regardless of it being a Temp Agency what they are doing to people is screwed up. If they treat people like this before even working there imagine what it would be like actually being employed there. DON"T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH INTEGRITY STAFFING. Merry F!@#$% Christmas. :D
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10/03/2015
By: Orange M.
Integrity Staffing
Wow, after reading the reviews I thought I was the only one to have a bad experience with Integrity staffing.
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05/15/2015
By: Yvonne W.
Integrity Staffing
These people don't realize what looking for a job is about, don't use there service, you will be lied to and disappointed thinking you have a job, but u don't. BAD BUSINESS !!!
11/30/2014
By: Kelsey J.
Dust Busters
Very friendly service, quick efficient, he even came out on Sunday. All I had to do was call and he was here. Great prices, what could be better?!
04/11/2014
By: Eric F.
Integrity Staffing
LOOK elsewhere if you want a dependable work experience. My son has been given two start dates to work at Amazon and both were canceled. The most recent start date was canceled the morning he arrived at the Amazon facility at 6:30 AM! Integrity called the day before reminding him to show up for work and suddenly the position was canceled. HIGHLY unprofessional.
11/03/2013
By: idabell1
Chem-Dry
Thank you Wann's ChemDry for getting out the pet urine that visiting dogs left in our bedroom carpet.This is the best cleaning I have ever used. We would like to have a regular cleaning done every 6 months.We will never use another carpet cleaner. Your crew was so professional and was able to answer any of my carpet cleaning questions.
11/03/2013
By: Theresa C.
Chem-Dry
I will always call this company for all my carpet cleaning needs. These guys know what they are doing. The owner, Kevin Wann is such a nice person and always makes sure the customer is satisfied. I would definitely recommend this company to anyone!
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