Bench Craft Company Review

Bench Craft Company is a total scam!!! Unfortunately, I found out the hard way, by trusting their unscrupulous salespeople. They never send proper invoices or emails for confirmation. They would text me out of the blue and ask for my confirmation. I’d always tell them to email me the details and they didn’t. Various salesmen (and they were all men) would text me at various times of the year that my ad payment was due and I knew I had confirmed it with another salesman and they’d say it was for a different golf course or a scorecard vs. program book, etc. They always had an answer and unfortunately had my credit card on file. They were sending hard copy invoices that were old-fashioned carbon copy invoices and writing on it that it was approved by me, so my accounting department paid it. When they checked with me one day after several years (yes, YEARS!) of advertising, I found they were charging $1500 every few months! The bookkeeper hadn’t questioned me since it was “approved by phone/text by me!” We disputed charges with the credit card company but could only go back a couple months. We ended up having to hire an attorney to go after them and eventually we settled, but I’d warn everyone to learn from my mistake and “just say NO to the Bench Craft thieves!”

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Name: Bench Craft Company

Country: United States

State: Oregon

City: Portland

Address: P.O. Box 6343

Phone: 1 ( 800 ) 824 8311

Website: benchcraftcompany.com/

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