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Thursday, April 13, 2006


I called a sales rep from CONSUMERS WINDOWS AND DOORS  to give me a price on a door. So he measures two doors and a window. So he gives me an estimate for the three items and asks me to sign. As a dummy I sign. My wife gets home and wants to know a price for a door and not the three items I mention above. I call the salesman and he never gets back to me. So I call them up after two weeks and cancel. Long story short, I was taken to small claims court. The total bill was 3800.00 and the judge said since I signed I should give them 500. and walk away. The lesson I learned is not to sign anything especially when sales people come to the house.

1 comment:

  1. Salesman should be honest to their customers, because customers used hard earned money to purchase products from suppliers.


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