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07/14/2017
By: J C.
Empire Financial
Great people, great care! Came in one Saturday looking to drive away in a vehicle. They initially told me to come back later because they were in the middle of customer appreciation. He didn't like my look of disappointment, so he said you know what let's go ahead and try an get you taken care of. So another gentleman did some major multitasking and not only did I walk away with a car that day, I was also the one who won the $50 on the wheel spin that day!!
09/27/2012
By: garybreashears
RL Owens Concrete
Absolutely and completely fraudulent business. I was unfortunate enough to have some concrete poured by this company. They dug up dirt and threw it on the side of my house, poured the concrete and left without cleaning up anything. They never came back to remove the forms or clean up the dirt they had piled up on the side of my house. Within a month the concrete cracked and I called "Fred" to tell him about it. He asked me if I would be home the next day, I said yes and Fred never showed up. I called this company probably 40 times over the next year trying to get someone to come fix this. I left message after message and no one will call me back. DO NOT USE THESE PEOPLE. THEY ARE CROOKS.
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