Riverside Self Storage in Mesquite, NV with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Ju T.
Mesquite Self Storage
Very angry and hateful man here! While searching for a unit, I found that this place had some horrible reviews regarding the manager Brian Rammage. I emailed the place to inquire why they had such bad reviews because I really wanted to rent from them due to location. But this is just part of what he wrote back regarding some of his past customers who gave him a bad review, "Idon't have time for such people so I say "good riddance to bad garbage". There are always bad apples in the world...." Wow! He refers to another human as "garbage." He also called his past customers "Jerks." So, instead of convincing me that the bad reviews were incorrect, he only verified that the reviewers were correct. He is a terrible representative of this company!
By: Wallace W.
Mesquite Self Storage
The manager, Brian Rammage, is discourteous, impolite, and disrespectful of clients. He called me and left a very condescending voicemail about his dust that entered into my unit which I swept out onto the outside area. He "demanded" that I come over there now and sweep up the dust. He was very rude and belittled me, talking to me like I was a little child. It is unbelievable that a business would have a manager like this guy. There are other complaints about him also. Additionally, the place is dusty, hard to drive through, hard to get out of with the placement of the keypads, and smells foul. Stay away from this place. There are other good storage facilities in Mesquite.
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By: Greentea K.
Mayan Storage
My experience storing with Mayan Storage has been great! The facility is very clean and well maintained. I love the 24 hour gate access and that I rented my unit online at www.MayanStorage.com
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By: Galen E.
Mesquite Self Storage
manager brian not easy to work with. has services done at the storage facility without notifying renters making it difficult to bring rv in, out or use dump station. has puts the garbage can in the drive way (even when it is moved so you can bring your rv out he puts in right back so you have to move AGAIN to get rv out). driveway too sloped, must make a wide turn to get in/out without scraping bottom. other places are easier to get in and out of with friendly management.
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