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By: Sam G.
Down To Earth Lawn Spray
Unbelievably bad customer service. Amazing they are still in business. Extremely rude and unprofessional,
By: R J.
Down To Earth Lawn Spray
This company has terrible business practices.Last season we prepaid for a certain number of fertilizer applications. During the fall we realized we were shorted two applications, so my husband called to complain. They could not deny that what we said was true.The company came out one more time that season. We washed our hands of the situation and vowed to never work with them again.Fast forward to the next year. We received no notices or contracts in the mail, but one day we come home to discover Down to Earth had treated our lawn. We thought they might just be making up for the last year's shortage.Nope. They decided to sign us up for a pay as you go contract. They billed us, and we have written numerous letters and left messages letting them know they were not invited or contracted to do service on our lawn this year. They are still demanding payment.Beware of this awful company!!!
By: K J.
Down To Earth Lawn Spray
This company is the worst!!! I wish I would have read reviews 1st. I, too, paid in full for the season, so they got our money, now no service. They have neglected our lawn so badly that now we have a gopher problem do to grubs getting so out of control. They came out one time at the beginning of the season, then never came bac. After infinite calls, they finally came out to spray insecticide once, then supposed to have second application 3 weeks later. Well 3 weeks have come and gone long ago, and they never answer or return calls.I hope they go out of business FAST so no one else gets scammed. I would give them a 000000 rating!
By: Mimi jerry J.
Independent Lawn Service
The worst service i ever had. Patrick was rude, He refused to work out my issues. Also charged me after i told him not to continue with the service. . Also sent me to collections after i refused to pay for the service i did not request. They burned my lawn twice. Very Bad Service.
By: richar72
Down To Earth Lawn Spray
PLEASE stay away from this Company. I have tried an entire season to work with them to improve my lawn. I feel that once they received my pre-pay money for the entire season in advance, they had no real interest in doing the job properly. My lawn is full of weeds and I requested for months to have this issue reviewed and resolved. This Company will schedule appointments with you, but then not show up as scheduled. This happen NUMEROUS Times. They are beyond rude over the phone (had my wife in tears), have terrible Customer Service, the owner Greg W. will NOT return calls to assist with resolution of your concerns.Do NOT get suckered in by cheap costs with upfront payment. You will get what you pay for at the end. In my opinion, terrible Customer Service with unacceptable resolution of the Customer Concerns. Worse is they have all your money and you end up with a terrible looking lawn. They do not even seem to care, just get the run around with all their employees.Just my opinion, Be weary and STAY AWAY from "Down to Earth Lawns", I had one of the worst experiences in my life with this Company. Maybe you will have better outcome, but is it worth the chance?
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