Recreational Concepts Pool Intaller Ruined my yard and refused to fix it!

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Recreational Concepts Pool Intaller Ruined my yard and refused to fix it!
Yard tore up from curb to back by machinery. Owner stated he knew it was too wet and install should have been postponed. He also stated that the installer on site should have earned me of the potential damage and given me an opportunity to postpone the pool installation- something the installer admits he did not do. Owner refused to repair the damage unless I paid for it. Stated that it "was not their responsibility" and "I should have known it was too wet". While getting Since I refused to pay this company another dollar, I had to pay $400 to another landscape contractor to fix the damage they caused. While getting quotes to fix the damage, every contractor said that the industry standard is to put plywood down to protect the lawn (Recreational Concepts did not do this) and to "leave it how you found it". Even the pool water delivery driver said he had delivered to over 50 pool already this summer and had never seen damage anything like it from an installer. My only recourse now is to recoup the money in small claims court.
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#530996 Review #530996 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Loss
$395
Preferred solution
Reimbursement of $395 paid to landscape company to fix lawn damage. Can provide invoice as proof.

First Choice Trucking Dallas Tx

First choice Trucking Dallas Texas who struck a gate at our residence during an in ground pool installation has failed to provide his insurance and even denied hitting the gate. anyone who uses these guys be ware he is unethical and fails to take responsibility for his driver. gate was severely damaged and all he can say after first acknowledging the gate ws struck is now to say did anyone see the truck hit the gate. He is a piece of *** owner and a liar. Be ware if he shows up on youu property. The old broek down truck still had a dealers tag and was a mid 80's truck. Clean and workied well but just the owner was the problem. In fct he has nationwide insurance and we do also. Still the insurance adjuster fails to even speak to anyone in a professional manor and sides with the insurer. We may have to change our policy or seek this guy out to be better with all personell as he doesnt knwo who may be policy holders that is angering. Be ware of ron Stephenson of first choice trucking dallas Texas.
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#362927 Review #362927 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$2500

Comcast Cable has the worst customer service of any industry

Our cable was out due to pool installation; comcast was to bury this Spring when ground thawed. Well, we got "in their line" and after 16 missed or botched calls, they finally got it buried wrong again today...in our neighbors yard. Even worse, it's been there before, yes they made this error previously, had to dig it back up and doing so, they cut it, leaving us without for five days and no one to fix it, they were busy. I was put on hold one night for two hours then disconnected when the service office closed. I have over 30 contacts, details with every saying oh that is terrible, and not one person has been able to get it done or is willing to accept any responsiblity. I have missed work when they did not show up, but hello,its a driveway job, so they don't need me? Well apparently they do need me at home to tell them where the driveway is. It is the paved black thing, not the green yard next door. I am sick of hearing that the driveway bore guys are independent contractors - well great but after a few misses, could they get it right> I am exhausted, disgusted and sick of them. Out of this world. They need to take responsiblity.
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Anonymous
#252228

In my opinion Comcast has made some terrible changes, first of all the channel guide no longer has the date or day. Second and one of the worse changes, the standby mode which we have no control over, this only happened after the channel guide change. Comcast support told me that it is built into the cable box and not something they did....wrong, and when speaking to customer service they pretend they can't hear me,then I am hung up on.

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#196702 Review #196702 is a subjective opinion of poster.

David Childers of Signature Landscapes - Unlicensed "Pro"

My husband and I hired David Childers, a self-purported virtual landscape designer to design plans for a large scale exterior landscaping and pool installation project for our residence. When I checked whether or not he had a valid landscape architect license (as he claims on his website), I learned before our first meeting that his license was not renewed in 2008 by the State of Georgia. He promised me in writing that is was a minor issue with the State recognizing his continuing education credits, and that he would get it straightened out. David Childers stayed at our home for 11 hours during his initial visit. He bills at a rate of $70.00 per hour so we were out $770.00 before he even touched his computer to start designing. Two weeks later, the bill was up to $2,300 and we didn't have anywhere near a finished plan. David Childers worked at a pace that was unacceptable. He complained to another professional on the project that he "had not been paid a dime" by us and that he suspected we wouldn't pay him and they should be worried about the same. He advertises the ability to produce a complete landscape plan for $700-1000 on his web site. This is a total joke. He is a one-man shop and clearly milks clients for every second of his time that he can bill them. I had to ask two weeks into the project where we stood on hours (he never voluntarily gave me an update) and that is when I learned that my bill had skyrocketed to $2,300+ dollars. He billed me to calls to the county in which I live asking county officials if a landscape architect's license was required for him to design plans for our house. I explained to David Childers in writing that a license was my personal requirement, I didn't care if the county required it. Bottom line is that I am out $2,300 and I have nothing more than a minimal, unfinished landscape plan to show for it. David Childers and his one-man company, Signature Landscsapes should be ashamed.
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#195677 Review #195677 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$2300

Family - Pool Spa Billiard in Naples, Florida - $7,500.00 non-Pay Breach of Contract with Gainesville, FL Pool Company

Overview: I recently entered into a contract for an above ground pool package with Family, Pool, Spa, Billiard Centers, 4404 NW 13th St, Gainesville, FL. Two days later, I had a situation arise and phoned to request cancellation. I requested 30-60 days relief and committed to return to re-purchase. Family, Pool, Spa, Billiard Centers, rejected my request and is currently holding me to the contract. I weighed my options and moved some money around in order to press on with the contract, product delivery, and pool installation. Regrettably, after earlier being jerked around, disrespected, and blown-off by the staff, I resolved to wait on a call back, which never came. The contract stipulates a 25 percent cancellation fee. After waiting 16 days, I mailed out two written notices to vacate my contract, both certified return receipt. The letter to the store was delivered and signed. On Monday July 8, if Family, Pool, Spa, Billiard Centers, fail to present payment to my credit cards, they will be in non-compliance. Given no communication, I must plan for Family, Pool, Spa, Billiard Centers confiscating 100% of the contract total and force us into the courts for collection; I love to fight so I'm grinding my axe. :-/ Summary of Written Notice of Cancellation (the names were changed to protect the dirt bags): Reference my enclosed Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers purchase contract. This is a written notice of cancellation of my contract. I direct Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers to refund a minimum 75 percent of the contract total by close of business, Monday July 8, 2013. Failure to process transactions, which consists of credit refunds in equal amounts, by the date indicated, constitutes a breach of contract. Cancellation is based on zero communication by three Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers employees from June 15, 2013 to present. Communication timeline: I phoned the Gainesville store to notify the staff of the necessity to cancel my contract. I spoke with Sean who stated he would process my refund and that Brenda would return my call next day. After zero contact for five days, my wife and I visited the Gainesville store. When introducing ourselves to Sean, he arose from his chair behind the counter and walked out the back door without acknowledging us. I spoke with Brenda, our salesperson, that explained she could not call me because the phone lines we’re having problems all week. Three contact numbers (work, home, and cell) were notated on my contract. She stated there was a 25 percent contract cancellation fee and recommended I dispute the charges. I spoke with Gene, Store Manager, who was initially angered that I had raised my voice and reprimanded me. He stated Saturday is not the day to deal with this and that customers are here shopping and buying pools. He proposed I sign a contract for $500.00 to pay a re-stocking fee (which I interpreted as a replacement contract). I okayed a $500.00 reduction from my first contract if the difference was refunded. Gene shook me off and said he would phone on Monday to further discuss my issue. I provided Gene my work number. 15 days have passed with zero contact from Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers. I attempted to reach out to Gene laterally by phoning Frog Built, Inc. and scheduled a pool install date. I asked Jeff to have Gene please call me. Since our store visit, what I wanted to share with your staff is I had resolved my need to cancel the contract and to continue preparing my pool package for delivery and installation. The only change was crediting $650.00 back to my Discover card to offset the 2’ frame drop. After pool purchase, I made inquiries to Florida State, Levy County, and Williston City Building Permit offices; to include, 811 - One Call Florida, to apply for a dig permit. I was notified by three officials [(to include, Central Florida Electric Cooperative (CFEC)], I was ineligible for a permit and was advised not to file pending disapproval. Don, of the Levy County building permits office, stated he never approved a residential dig permit for above ground pools; citing, “liability issues” and “above ground means just that.” Florida State licensed Pool Installers (i.e., Frog Built Inc.), in accordance with Florida State 556.106 (Liability of Member Operator Excavator and System), is required to phone 811 - One Call Florida two to four days prior of any pool installation and submit a work ticket. On June 28, I phoned 811 - One Call Florida to confirm Frog Built, Inc. placed the call on my behalf. I was notified there was no work ticket in the system. I immediately phoned Frog Built, Inc. and cancelled my July 2 installation with Jeff, and terminated them as the pool installer. At the time of pool purchase, Brenda provided zero consumer information on barrier laws, zoning, Homeowner liability and any associated risks of doing frame drops. As well, she did not provide the Frog Built, Inc., website which lists the information. I paid $650.00 for a 2’ frame drop without being afforded the opportunity to secure prerequisite Florida State and Levy County legal information on residential dig permits. In conclusion, I learned that Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers has charged me $4,950.00 for the identical above ground pool selling on Pool Supply Websites for $1,688.00 (a $3,262.00 price retail markup.) The opportunity to repair my contract and conduct business with Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers is expired. More talking points; 1) When lawyer shopping I stumbled on and spoke with two law firms that were currently representing Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers. 2) A husband & wife deck construction team that I hired shared with me at least the last 10+ customers they built decks for and that purchased from “Family – Pool, Spa, Billiard – Centers” and with installations by Frog Built, Inc. ALL had leaks, rips in the liners, non-English speaking crews, surprise charges for base leveling, and some had pending lawsuits. Hope this review was helpful and objective information Pissedconsumer.com consumers can use. Please pass on the word on the business dealings of this pool company.
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#426742 Review #426742 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$7500
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backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
backyard leisure of North Carolina - *** Poor Work
I have sent a DETAILED response with real time photos of the ABSOLUTE SORRY & UNPROFESSIONAL work I have incurred at the hand of Backyard Leisure. I literally begged to get my monies back once I experienced the sales attributes of Jason -- the appointed manager. This...
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#1734256

The Pictures are worth it all. Thanks for posting them!!!

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#1622109 Review #1622109 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Customer service
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$8500
Preferred solution
Full refund
A couple of months ago we walked in to inquire about a pool and after walking around the entire store not one person greeted us or came up to us to offer assistance. We heard about their Labor day sale and decided to give them a second chance. We were instantly pleased...
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#1671602

We almost made the mistake of purchasing a pool from Family Leisure last summer but ended up making our purchase at A-Tex Pools instead. Our experience with them has been great from the start and I would highly suggest you go there if you have not purchased your pool yet.

They are a family owned and operated store with no commission sales people to deal with.

We got a better deal from A-Tex on the pool and the customer service we have received since we bought it has been excellent. Hope this helps.

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#1348832 Review #1348832 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Sun Splash Pools And Spas in Springfield, Massachusetts - Installed an In-Ground Pool. One Problem After Another.

Hiring Sun Splash Pools and Spas for the installation of an in-ground pool has unquestionably been the worst buying decision of our lives. If you are thinking about an in-ground swimming pool, you may want to reconsider; however, if you are thinking about hiring Sun Splash, run as fast as you can in the opposite direction. I have hesitated to post a review of our experience because, nearly a year later, our pool has not been completed to our satisfaction; however, I feel a moral obligation to warn others against repeating our mistake. If you read positive reviews about this company, I would caution against taking them seriously. I strongly suspect that those may have been written by friends of the contractor or the contractor himself. The only part of our project that was completed in a timely manner was the signing of the contract and the start of excavation, and that is where our problems began ... right at the start. Once you have a big hole in your yard and a mountain of dirt, it is difficult to turn back. Get used to looking at that big hole and a mountain of dirt for a long, long time. Also get ready to be billed for a long list of cost overruns, once the project gets started. We agreed to pay for a $36,000.00 pool project and would never have entered into the project had we known that the final cost would be $45,000.00. Sun Splash Pools and Spas knows that, too, and that is why they will "lowball" the price on the contract. Detailed soil data and geographic information are readily available from the Massachusetts Office of Geographic Information, the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, and the United States Soil Conservation Service. Anyone with years of experience in pool installations should be accessing this data prior to quoting on a project and should easily be aware that there are glacially deposited rocks in the Southern New England subsoil. To excavate under the presumption of a best case scenario that simply does not exist in reality is, at minimum, highly irresponsible. It allows an unscrupulous contractor to write up an order at a unrealistically low price that he knows will have no basis in reality. Ninety minutes into the start of excavation, our problems began when the electrical conduit and water line from our well were both broken, despite the fact that I had approximated their location prior to the commencement of work. There is the first of the long list of additional charges. Our biggest problem with this project is the false allegation that this type of pool installation takes 3-4 weeks, "5 weeks under the worst case scenario", and the assurance that we would be "swimming by the Fourth of July". It did not take long for us to realize that nothing that the contractor would tell us came anywhere close to constituting the truth. In the interest of keeping this review as brief as possible, let me summarize a few of the "highlights" of our project: "¢ A total lack of communication with subcontractors. One excavation contractor agreed to move rocks, for example, but then another excavation contractor showed up to finish that phase of the work. Even though we gave him a landscape boulder (that he probably sold for $100.00 or $200.00), we were charged for moving rocks that the first contractor had agreed to move. "¢ Not only days, but weeks, when we would not see a worker from Sun Splash Pools. Then somebody might show up in the rain or late on a Friday afternoon to do an hour or two of work. "¢ Backing a truck into a family member's vehicle, then taking over a month to file an insurance claim. "¢ Delivering water at 10:00 PM, then expecting the water delivery person to work in the dark to remove wrinkles from the liner. "¢ Taking three to four weeks to remove those wrinkles from the pool liner. "¢ Miscalculating the amount of salt to be added to the water of our saltwater pool, then having to remove 1,500 gallons of water. Refusing to pump the water into an empty tanker truck and expecting us to drain the water into nearby wetlands on our property. "¢ Subcontracting the stamped concrete to another company that did the work incorrectly. Concrete color that was supposed to match an adjoining stone patio did not even come close, the difference between brown and white. The concrete is also cracked from improper drying conditions. Remedial measures to "correct" the situation after the fact have put unknown chemical compounds into the water. We are told that the concrete work has no warranty. "¢ Despite fine print on the contract that specifies that any use of the pool indicates that the project is accepted as complete, encouraging us on a hot July afternoon to "use the pool". Although this company may have earned a positive reputation in years past, something has gone seriously wrong. The volume and severity of complaints seem to have dramatically increased in 2011, probably the result of writing up more business than the company could handle. As a result, our project was repeatedly stalled, and we were continually on the receiving end of broken promises. As stated in the beginning of this review, this was without question the worst buying decision of our lives, and our problems have still not been properly resolved. Hiring Sun Splash Pools and Spas for the installation of an in-ground pool has unquestionably been the worst buying decision of our lives. If you are thinking about an in-ground swimming pool, you may want to reconsider; however, if you are thinking about hiring Sun Splash, run as fast as you can in the opposite direction. I have hesitated to post a review of our experience because, nearly a year later, our pool has not been completed to our satisfaction; however, I feel a moral obligation to warn others against repeating our mistake. If you read positive reviews about this company, I would caution against taking them seriously. I strongly suspect that those may have been written by friends of the contractor or the contractor himself. The only part of our project that was completed in a timely manner was the signing of the contract and the start of excavation, and that is where our problems began ... right at the start. Once you have a big hole in your yard and a mountain of dirt, it is difficult to turn back. Get used to looking at that big hole and a mountain of dirt for a long, long time. Also get ready to be billed for a long list of cost overruns, once the project gets started. We agreed to pay for a $36,000.00 pool project and would never have entered into the project had we known that the final cost would be $45,000.00. Sun Splash Pools and Spas knows that, too, and that is why they will "lowball" the price on the contract. Detailed soil data and geographic information are readily available from the Massachusetts Office of Geographic Information, the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, and the United States Soil Conservation Service. Anyone with years of experience in pool installations should be accessing this data prior to quoting on a project and should easily be aware that there are glacially deposited rocks in the Southern New England subsoil. To excavate under the presumption of a best case scenario that simply does not exist in reality is, at minimum, highly irresponsible. It allows an unscrupulous contractor to write up an order at a unrealistically low price that he knows will have no basis in reality. Our biggest problem with this project is the false allegation that this type of pool installation takes 3-4 weeks, "5 weeks under the worst case scenario", and the assurance that we would be "swimming by the Fourth of July". It did not take long for us to realize that nothing that the contractor would tell us came anywhere close to constituting the truth. Although this company may have earned a positive reputation in years past, something has gone seriously wrong. The volume and severity of complaints seem to have dramatically increased in 2011, probably the result of writing up more business than the company could handle. As a result, our project was repeatedly stalled, and we were continually on the receiving end of broken promises. As stated in the beginning of this review, this was without question the worst buying decision of our lives, and our problems have still not been properly resolved.
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#490786

Sun Splash Pools & Spas would like to briefly respond to Peter Pellands review. We politely asked him to remove his untruthful, vindictive commentary. Regretfully he has not.

In an attempt to avoid final payment Peter fabricated a bunch of nonsense that was addressed at a hearing at The Office of Consumer Affairs in Boston, Ma., Docket No. 2011-393 in which the findings were in Sun Splash’s favor.

It is very difficult for us at Sun Splash Pools to digest that he is allowed to post such a vitriolic, unfounded and potentially damaging comment.

We are a reputable, trustworthy family owned business. Our heart and soul goes into every project we do and take pride in every pool we build. Our testimonials on our website attribute to our commitment of quality and customer satisfaction.

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#306032 Review #306032 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Monarch Pools and Spas - Worst Experience I've Ever Had With A Contractor
This was the worst experience with a contractor I have ever had. Never in my life have I been treated so poorly and so unprofessionally as with Monarch Pools. We had a 16' x 32' in-ground pool installed this summer in Bergen County. There are no grudges here, I am a...
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#933259 Review #933259 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Bad experience
Reason of review
Poor customer service
We contracted Carlton pools to build our in-ground pool July 30th 2016. We still do not have a pool we can use. We have missed Mothers Day, my 12 year olds summer bday party, Father's Day, our yearly summer vacation, now 4th of July my yearly party was cancelled. I...
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Anonymous
#1376901

Wow...I had a pool installed by them and had a few bumps during construction of the pool but it was major construction to transform our backyard that had a lot of challenges. WE LOVE OUR POOL AND WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND CARLTON!! and Dan our sales guy was the best, very knowledgeable and available even now after the sale when we have silly new pool owner questions and the office is closed

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#1068104 Review #1068104 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Preferred solution
Price reduction
I had a replacement pool done by Monarch Pools. When I signed the contract, the bottom of the contact states that Monarch will do the work with "minimal aggravation" to me, the customer. Unfortunately, all we have had is aggravation through this entire process. The...
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Anonymous
#1157987

I have a Monarch Pool for over 30 years and the install was fine.

I am on my 3rd vinyl liner due to sun and chem bleaching.

had it installed 2 years ago, great job and no issues. Also had a new tarp cover installed for the winter and again no issues.

Converted to salt water last year and love it.

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#454554 Review #454554 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • Installation
  • Unprofessional

Atlas Decorative Concrete in Farmington, Michigan - Pool Deck Installation

This has to be the absolute worst concrete installation I have ever had done. In the two years since I contracted them to redo the entire pool deck, I have 15 cracks that are chipping along the entire crack, and the surface of the concrete is crumbling in numerous spots. Very unattractive. Requested he repair the deck as it started cracking within 4 months after installation and his repair looks worse than the cracks and are still visible 2 years later. THE DECK CONTINUES TO CRACK WITH NEW CRACKS SHOWING MONTHLY. DO NOT USE THIS CONTRACTOR. HE HAS NO IDEA WHAT HE IS DOING AND WON'T FIX HIS ERRORS
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#508623 Review #508623 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$6000

Poolfection in Mount Sinai, New York - Bad pool liner installation

1.3
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had pool liner installed in may ,liner was a loop lock.i thought it was backed by a quality company I got the company from home advisors which I thought was a quality company also had problems from the start, contacted home advisors which was a total waste of time.never received a reply from the site phoned transferred to another dept after dept still no answer. loop lock told me it was my responsibility to find a defect in their liner had to hire a diver at my cost and take the liner installer to court liner is leaking a half inch a day
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#944507 Review #944507 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Most unprofessional very bad experience
Reason of review
Warranty issue
Loss
$3000
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
1.6
Details
Namco Pools - Same pool problem
Namco Pools - Same pool problem
I have the same name pool Morada 27 Ft round I got from Namco and my pool is doing the same think rusting all over the place and it’s only 5 years old this is ridiculous I’ve taking down pool for a living that are OLDER then this in BETTER condition than this now no...
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#1193966 Review #1193966 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Product
Cons
  • Pool quality sucks
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$5000
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
1.8
Details
We purchased a new pool pad and liner for our Naamco above ground pool in March from the Poughkeepsie store. The sale was with manager Chris. Chris gave us his cell number and said to call when we were ready to install, and recommended mid April. We called the second...
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Anonymous
#1706309

They aren't able to sell installation services in New York, nor is the store team supposed to sell their personal services out of the store. Not helping your problem, I know, but their corporate office may want to know.

If you call corporate ask for Jim Martyinuk. He's the owner.

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#1543584 Review #1543584 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Order processing issue

Blue World Pools in Alexandria, Virginia - APPT. WITH BLUE WORL POOL BIG RIPOFF

I called Bue World Pool for installation they ask me for my information and we provided it to them, They called back today 04-29-30 and said they could not find a Rep in our area. THANK GOD**** They are a rip off well least I found out the easy way on the Internet I will buy a pool for Lowe's are Walmart Before we make a move like that a 399.00 pool for 30,000 and then they will put a second mortgage on my house I DON'T THINK SO, THEY ARE CROOKS Thanks again.
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#64274

They done me the same way. they wouldnt give me info and told me I didnt have to send money on the pool just return the paper they first sent u and there was also no rep for my area due to high volume in my area which is b.s.

cause I live in the country .

What all my neighbors r getting a pool also?

all i wanted was prices on the other pools and they didnt send it they sent a list and then said i didnt send no money order to buy all i wanted was info? :(

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#148276 Review #148276 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$399

Namco Pools - Pool Review from Dedham, Massachusetts

I bought pool may 4 promised I would have it withen 1 month called namco 3 weeks later and was told they didn't have any record of me buying the pool .i drove down their and they reassured me I would have my pool by my installation date of June 17 .well I received my pool with the wrong ladder on June 18 . It's been and awful expeiriance . Namco have been very unprofessional.its seems like the nightmare never ends.
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#500594 Review #500594 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Blue World Pools in Columbus, Ohio - Swimming Pool

i am very pleased with our Blue World Pool the installation crew was great and did a fantastic job! The Power Ionizer is also a great feature, with the hot weather we have had so far this summer we have got alot of use out of our pool. The water is always crystal clear. The sales person who came to our house was very polite and easy to talk to. the support from Blue Word Pools has been great as well. i would highly recomend them to anyone who ask, it is nice not having to use any chemical in the pool just add 1gal of Clorox Bleach once a week and that is it!
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#330340 Review #330340 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • sales person

Blue World Pools in Collinsville, Illinois - Swimming Pool

Blue world pools has been very helpful and straight forward about everything to do with our pool. The installation was done in a professional and timely manner we are very pleased with our pool. They showed us all the options and packages for pools and allowed us without pressure to pick the package that worked out best for our budget and property. Our pool is a wonderful addition to our home and family experiences. We get many compliments on the way the pool makes our property look and how sturdy and clear our pool stays. We recently got our landscaping done around the pool which added a whole new look to our investment.
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#334558 Review #334558 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Tags
  • timely manner
1.0
Details
Had 1st new pump installed it lasted 2 yrs , bought a replacement this time it lasted 8 months, replaced under warranty at a cost of 90.00. This pump has now gone out in 6 months. The moral to this story is Pinch a Penney is selling defective pool pumps. Being a small...
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Anonymous
#1433172

What brand is the pump?

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#1189740 Review #1189740 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Bad quality
Loss
$400
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution