Universal Solutions Of South Florida Reviews
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Universal Solutions Of South Florida Reviews
Free trial not free
They issued a free trial then proceded to bill my company for $1300. I reached out to customer service which is a joke and was very rude when confronted with being a scam
Cold calls you and ask if you would like to try a sample of their product. They get your info and force ship you a couple of cases and then invoice you for an outrageous price. TOTAL SCAM!!! Only gave one star so this would post... They are crooks!!!
User's recommendation: Hang Up on them!!!
RUDE- IGNORANT - NO STARS FOR THEM
SALESGIRL/TROLLUP CALLS 1-2 TIMES A DAY SAYING THAT WE ORDER FROM THEM ALL THE TIME. WE DO ONCE A YEAR..ONCE A YEAR DOES NOT NEED CALLS EVERYDAY..... WILL NOT TAKE "NO "FOR AN ANSWER.. CALLS WHEN TOLD NOT TO CALL.... VERY HARD UP 772-521-****
Shady company does not respect Do Not Call List
On or about Aug 28th, our warehouse personnel, Roberto Villarreal, was contacted by a telemarketer from Universal Solutions with a 30 day free trial offer of consumable products. An email was forwarded to employee requesting shipping address to which he provided. This employee’s tenor with our company was short lived. Hired 6.19.2018 and terminated 8.29.2018 and had no authority to accept any trial offer. Our company has confirmed, telephone number registered on Do Not Call list 3/2/2018. On Wednesday, October 17th, our office received an invoice from Universal Solutions via US Postal Service. The invoice was dated October 8th. Since it had no Purchase Order number, it was immediately recognized as unauthorized. Our AP personnel reached out to our purchasing department to confirm this was not an authorized purchase/delivery. Further searching, we did find the two boxed listed on the invoice in the back of our shop area. Friday, October 19th, we contacted the telephone number on the invoice to arrange a return of the unopened boxes and was advised someone from Customer Service would respond. The following Monday, October 22nd, we received a call from Jessica Torres who advised us it was at her discretion to return products after the 30 day trial period had expired, and she does so frequently for an extra week or so, however at present, she was not so inclined. We advised the boxes were unopened and not anything we could use with our business type (Cleaning degreaser) and offered to send them back again and again to no avail. She did forward a UPS note stating the package was ‘left at front desk’ which could not be accurate, as our accounting department sits at the front desks and had no knowledge of such, in fact these boxes quite likely were left at the front of our shop The “Received by” field references Villare (who was no longer employed with us on 9/6/2018 the day proof on delivery, that employee was no longer with us at that time. We thought it odd that a business to business transaction would be so difficult and found online this company is notorious for this exact shady practice.
- Dishonest sales tactics
Reason of review
Unwanted sales samples solicited via telephone (we are on the do not call list)
Return unopened unwanted cleaning product
They told us the sample they sent was free until you try it & like it, and want to buy it. For now it's just a "verbal invoice" with no cost so you can try out the product to compare to current brand. They sent an invoice for almost $1,500 a month later! Filing a complaint with them now. Never even used the product because this seemed fishy & sure enough it was. I don't know how they are still in operation with all of these complaints. Lets see if they even tell us we can ship the cases back, and the fact that we will have to pay to ship it back is just terrible. There's no way the BBB hasn't dropped them.
New England, North Dakota
Universal Solutions Scam
This company mislead one of my employees into trying a sample of cleaner and pushed a free product on them just to try. the sample was free for 30 days, after 30 days of you liked it they would invoice you for $34.74 a qt. The sales Rep mislead my employee and never told them that it was coming in a 20 qt. container. The product sat in our maintenance department and has never been opened. Then we get an invoice for over $700 with shipping for this. I called them and have got nothing but a run around that a typical scam artist would do. The company has no quality assurance to record what the sales rep tell potential clients. I was told the shipping department would send me a confirmation email to confirm my address and shipping information (not billing). I received the email and glanced to confirm my confirmation number and correct address, but miraculously at the very bottom of the email is this $34.74 per qt (20 qt) statement. they never said the email was a confirmation for pricing and they could not even put a total because they don't want you to see the difference in the email compared the sales conversation. lastly, the shipping charge was some how exactly 10% of he invoice bill, hmmmm... you would think a confirmation email from the "shipping" department would have had a shipping blanket price of 10% too?