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06/15/2017
By: Cleo R.
A Plus Mini Storage
Urgent - Beware - I had my Safe/personal items stolen from my Unit at the Hialeah Location. Every time I brought it up to the Managers they just gave me a run around They didn't tell me the proper procedure so that I couldn't put a Claim. Their employee changed my lock and placed the new keys in my file after they stole my things but all I got were excuses and a run around for months until I moved out. Then they claimed I should have done it before I moved out. It Took me 2 years trying to get them to reimburse me knowing it was their employees but yet they tried to make me feel like the bad guy. Finally 6 weeks ago they agreed to pay me and I am still waiting for the check. I will never Trust this company again. If you find things Missing out of your unit call the Police, file a report, put in a claim with the Insurance company or you will be fighting them like I have these past 2 years. The Managers of Hialeah, A Plus Mini Storage will not tell you the correct procedure because they didn't want an investigation which will lead to Employees as the thieves. I am sure many other Units were also broken into 2013 - 2016. All this time owner doesn't give face only excuses. In a couple of weeks, I will be looking for others that are in the same situation to file a Law Suit if I don't receive my check. I don't see how a business owner can protect their employees who are thieves and not their customers who have been paying monthly for years. I will not Trust them again. Check your Units. I was a Client for many years and they have yet to have a Good manager that cares.
03/29/2017
By: Ana O.
Aum Construction Inc
The employees sent to fix sidewalk right in the front of my house from this company, very mean, disrespectful, careless, and very unprofessional. Not recommended.
01/13/2017
By: Damien A.
Fox Electric Enterprise Inc
Horrible company!! Beware they are liars. Do yourself a favor and move on to another electric company, there's just to many in south Florida to have to deal with these people. Horrible! Don't dare to dispute an issue with there office- you will be yelled at and hung up on. Shabby work and low class customer service.
09/09/2016
By: S R.
Father and Son Electric
FRAUD COMPANY! BEWARE! VERY UNPROFESSIONAL AND LIARS! they lied saying they have "licensed electricians" that work for them but it's not true, they are independent contractors! And they DO NOT provide FREE ESTIMATES OR QUOTES as promised!!!!
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07/14/2016
By: Osvaldo B.
White electric inc
Very very professional, the price was fair and the job done quickly. I really recommend this company.
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03/26/2015
By: Julianna D.
US Storage Centers
I have no problem with the staff and/or the unit, however in less than 6 months i had 2 increases in my rental without my consent. not fare they tell you one price and whenever they want they raise the monthly payment. now i need to pay for movers and take my things to another place cheaper... not cool
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04/21/2013
By: cpselectric
AABAA Electrical Services Corp.
1972jorge 01/30/2009Thanks for being ontimeThanks for being on time I have been renovating my home on and off for about 7 years. Almost of the people that have come to do work have not been on time..or they have given a window of 2 hours and come at the end of the 2 hours or later..These guys showed up on time and were ready to get started. They finished fast and cleaned up and were on their way in no time and did a wonderful job. They ran wiring and hung recessed lighting in 3 rooms. Price was right!! They will being doing more work on a regular basis for me.
02/10/2013
By: mikey.j
US Storage Centers
terrible place. charge ridiculous late fees. administration is awful. go to uhaul.
08/15/2011
By: mtmiller99
Ray Williams Electric Service
Top notch, we use them all of t he time.
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