Geralynn Evd
map-marker Longwood, Florida

Yahoo blocks your password & never allows you to reset SUPER_UNRELIABLE email division they are the worst in email-service. They block your passwords, they fool you-and waste your time; it is impossible to re-set password and they sell your information to other companies; moreover, they spy your info and then erase it; you never able to get a hold of them. Therefore, if you want to be smart chose any other email company; But never chose yahoo again. The 3rd world countries are more responsible and reliable and professional. We will report yahoo to federal agency-fraud scam protection; time is value. incompetent, inefficient, thieves of time. Regards, Neighbors watch (100,000 people had complaint in one month)
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Yahoo often bounces emails with different error codes. I use the same email addresses as I used to, no error there. Some emails disappear in thin air.

It used to be occasional, but now it happens every day.

Carlyon Hem
map-marker Austin, Texas

Cain Septic Design

I paid Mr. Cain a fee of $2,000 to design, permit, and oversee the installation of a new septic system. Mr. Cain insisted on receiving full payment when the designs were delivered, but before bids were received. During this engagement, Mr. Cain designed a very expensive septic system that included a high-priced proprietary computerized controller. In addition the installed costs, Travis Count (TX) requires a perpetual service contract ranging in cost from $300 to $500 annually to support the system as designed. After receiving three bids ranging from $25,000 to $40,000 USD, I informed Mr. Cain that I would not be using his design because of the system’s installed and lifetime maintenance costs. He refused to refund even a portion of the fee I paid. In effect I was charged for design, permitting, and oversight, but received only a design that was not feasible from a cost perspective. I hired a professional engineer to design a lower-cost traditional LPD system that did not require a yearly maintenance contract. The bids for this system came in between $12,000 and $16,000 - a significant savings. I would not recommend Mr. Cain if you are seeking a low maintenance, low cost septic solution. I would also recommend against paying in advance.
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