DelayMyEviction.org Review

A one rating is an understatement….I needed assistance for an eviction and I came across these crooks. First flag everything was communicated through text and email and the rep Greg if that’s his name had no signature or anything specifying his so called company. Second they wanted 300 up front so based on the services that were supposed to provided we agree on 200 and 100 later. We’ll again through text I was sent a link for payment and I know my card info and it’s saved to phone I get a call denied so I provided the same info and was adviced the merchant can take it and I have to get a visa vanilla card to process. I was told documents had been sent and I didn’t have to show up for court but I still received a judgement in the mail. I had to get out of character and send multiple text to get a response and I was sent a bogus case number that could not be located. I also called the courts myself and no documents filed. These people are totally crooks but they meet the right one….I will do what I have to do prosecute these crooks and will be disputing the funds sent for refund. Oh another thing he always talking about he with a client but when you call his phone…no greeting message but a woman at the end. I repeat do not use these crooks……they are not professional and not trustworthy………

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Name: DelayMyEviction.org

Country: United States

State: Texas

City: Houston

Address:

Phone: 877.202.6837

Website: delaymyeviction.org/

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