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By: malomarski
Well Run, Professional and FriendlyManager Rey and Asst Mgr Magdaline do a great job of keeping this place running. Facilities are clean and efficient. The place is organized and the staff is courteous and professional. This place is a cut above the rest.Highly Recommended!Omar Alvarez
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By: nnjrccs
Extra Space Storage
This place is the BIGGEST RIP OFF. They raise up your prices whenever the hell they want, the have the worse customer service & a bunch of incompetent humans that when u ask a question cannot respond with a logical answer. Manager, Rafael, gives you one rate at the beginning & another 4 months later. They basically can raise up your rent to whatever the hell they want. In the past year,they have raised the rent 3 times, they are worse than criminals. They don't care as long as they get your money because they will just turn around & take it from someone else the minute you leave. They promote all this BS on the internet to screw you later. The manager basically responds to his clients by telling them "If you don't like it, you can move", WOW, GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE! Keep SCREWING YOUR CLIENTS WITH YOUR FEES & see where that gets you in 5 years. Remember your business relies on clients renting, not the other way around.
By: Ana L.
Public Storage
As a Public Storage customer, this facility has always been extremely unfriendly and unhelpful and unclean. On my last visit, there was a dead toad in the hallway as well as large cockroaches. Public Storage has a policy to increase charges the longer a customer is with them. No rewards for loyalty with Public Storage!
By: kd_8301
Walden Pond
Initially I thought this place would be ideal because they are income restricted and it was close to my job. The monthly rental pricing was good. However, after renewing my lease going into my 2nd year my apartment began to get infested with roaches! They offer very little pest control. Additionally my new neighbors were awful. Police were called on a regular basis. And don't even think for one second you will get even half of your deposit back no matter how spotless you leave the apartment. The management, including corporate office, was horrible. I would not recommend this place.
Tips & Advices
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