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05/05/2016
By: Teresa G.
Karnes Electric
Karnes electric is beyond rediculous!!! Just because they are the only power company for pleasanton, they think they can abuse their power, so sad. And the employees! Are the worse!!!
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03/06/2015
By: Haley R.
Jrc Oilfield Solutions
Sorry but this place doesn't promise the raises and decent pay to people that actually work hard at this job..just a bunch of shady people...Get your crap together...
05/03/2014
Karnes Electric
The victims of Pleasanton Tx have to pay outrages deposits for power!! A mother of 3 with only 300$ on her utility report from direct tv and her deposit to turn her power on is 1534.00$$ and she had to give them her 800.00$ dollar rent check down!!! And have the 743.00 paid with in 2 months! !! They are the only power company in Pleasanton Tx and karnes electric ABUSES THAT POWER!!! HEARTLESS COLD GREED would NOT work with her at the front desk!! DANIEL SUPERVISOR AND YOLANDA!! AWFUL!!! NOT to mention the senior citizens of PLeasanton tx on a fixed income!!! And late payment? They shut it off!!!! The mother of 3 volunteers for the state and seen many if these sad cases!! Our grand parents with NO ELECTRICITY all because of greed!!! Never recommend this company!!!! Disgusting! ! And in San Antonio the deposit is 250.00 if you don't pass the utility check! ! Oh this deposit you can only get back? Not only paying on time for 13 months to show and proove you will pay it, but you have to bring up your whole entire credit score!!!! Daniel said " it take people maybe 4-5 years if they get deposit back! ! She felt as if Yolanda and Daniel got paid commission
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