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09/10/2012
By: d.diller
CPR Cell Phone Repair
This is the worse business I have ever used. Without going into the deep details of the entire mess. I drop off a PS3 on July 10th 2012, to have what CPR called a simple repair that would take 3-weeks to complete. After 6-weeks and not hearing anything from them, I stop by there shop to find out what is going on. I was told that they had to send it out to their other store in Auburn due to the repair. So after 10-weeks I had never heard anything, so I called and was told that it was a beyond repair. I went and picked up the PS3 and got on the Internet that weekend and repaired the system myself within one hour. I would not recommend CPR in Montgomery to anybody that actually wants their items repaired.
06/23/2012
By: tookadvantageof
Summerlin Construction Company Inc
He built a bunch of houses in our neighborhood and he did the same thing to all of us...never came back to fix anything. I wouldn't let him build a crap house...I'm sure you land in the CRAP once you sat down!
03/18/2012
By: lvnmyhr
Summerlin Construction Company Inc
Summerlin Construction built my house and NEVER held to the one year warranty. The owner Larry Summerlin assured me that the one year warranty didn't matter he would take care of everything anyway, The $400K house has several problems and it has been over 5 years with all kinds of promises that he would fix the issues but to this day ...NOTHING. BTW he is NOT licenced as he states. I have contacted the Alabama Builders Licensure Board he nor his wife or company is licensed. He also made all kinds of excuses about the things that were included with my home and were never received like gas logs, Zoned cooling and heating and window screens. This is just a drop of the problems. I have rotten doors, rotten hardwood floors, and many other things. I would not recommend Summerlin Construction at all.
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