Bee Hive

I was charged 650 to have a hive removed. I was told that the bees i was still seeing days later would fly off. 2 weeks late i called and was told it was a new hive and would be 400 more. TOTAL RIP OFF. I paid extra to have combs taken out because i was told if i didnt more would come. More did not come they did not do their jobs correctly. Total scam. I than had another bee company come out 2 months later after i told them about my experience they gave me a discount and said they have to clean up after willie the bee man. Paid 200$ and my bees are gone.
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#514327 Review #514327 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Tampa, Florida
Loss
$650
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WILLIE THE BEE MAN CAN'T REMOVE BEES

I hired Willie the Bee Man of Miami, FL on 07/25/2011 to remove a bee hive from the shed in my rear lawn. I paid $350 for two technicians to work less than 1/2 hour to remove the hive. I was told explicitly by one of the technicians that they treated my shed with a chemical that would prevent the bees from returning. Two-and-a-half months later the bees returned in the exact same location. I wrote an e-mail to the owner asking that someone come back out to address the problem. He replied that it was a "new" bee nest & his company didn't have any chemical that would prevent the keep the bees away "forever" noting that it didn't even keep them away for three months... I highly recommend anyone looking for a bee removal service, look elsewhere.
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#845434

In the future call Florida Bee Removal (813) 381-****

#524729

you are mistaken. no one would believe that a chemical that keeps bees away is going to last for months outside. you have no knowledge of entropy or thermodynamics.

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#270660 Review #270660 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Stuart, Florida

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