Mon, August 02, 2004
Simply have your employees tell the callers that Tru-Green has gone out of business. They hit you in your pocket, hence you should hit Tru-Green in thiers.
Mon, April 21, 2003
Currently they have no reason to do anything, you are forwarding the calls for them by giving them the number, so why should they change? In order to correct the problem, the first thing that you need to do is to not give out the correct phone number. They don't care that people have the correct number, so why should you? The next thing is to think of something good to say in order to get people off the phone quickly. If you want to have some fun, give really high quotes for the service, since it would cost you a lot to perform the service. Nothing false, as you don't want to get in trouble. Tell people that you don't do the lawn service any more as you got too many complaints on your service :-).
Wed, January 02, 2002
They filed the following rebuttal to the above Rip-Off Report: Their email: [email protected] Their name: Adolph Their relationship to the company: Consumer Suggestion Rebuttal: "Have a heart".....whatt'ya mean? Nothing particularly derogatory was said specifically in regards to 'Susan Jones'. YOUR QUOTE:>>>>" the wording to this complaint should be changed."<<<< Oh, wait a minute; I can think of a change that would appropriate in the original post afterall. Preceeding Ms. Jones' name the statement "the late" could be inserted. Hey!....we're all going to take the big dirt nap some day, anyway. Lighten up.
Tue, January 01, 2002
They filed the following rebuttal to the above Rip-Off Report:
Their email: [email protected]
Their relationship to the company: Devotee
During the course of this previous year. Susan Jones passed away. I think that due to these circumstances to honor a very reputable business woman the wording to this complaint should be changed.
Have a heart........