We all know the TEN COMMANDMENTS’, well Terminix and Synovus Bank has invented the 11th COMMANDEMENT thy shall not get CAUGHT.They lie as far as to EAST as to the WEST.
Can I get an AMEN from any customer that has any affiliation with them? IF you cannot say AMEN, just nod your head. If you believe in NIGHTMARES’ in the daytime at 509 Russell Street, Fayetteville, NC and Synovus Greensky Bank, 1797 NE Expressway, Nebrookhaven, GA well let me tell you one. The common average working person will passionately agree that the worst nothing is worse than A THEIF that will rob you during daylight hours.
I was referred to Terminix via Synovus Grennsy Bank, Nebrookhaven, GA to finance a project by the way of the “VETERAN BROTHERHOOD” being that I am a veteran and Fayetteville, NC is a retire location for veterans. An air force veteran with the company established the foundation process. I should have read each complaint closely about Terminix and Synovus and should not had taken anything for granted. Anyone reading this I suggest you do your homework before signing any documents with this company.
The representative of Terminix a veteran whom I relied upon as an employee exchanged various emails, telephone calls, and faxed documents to finalize the transaction failed to complete the project. I discovered that short cuts had been implemented that lead to addition damages to the structural dwelling. Therefore, the company had to return to correct the flaws. Upon my walk, through to ensure customer satisfaction other elements of workmanship was discovered.
Due to the discoveries was management officials was notified of the issues. Management officials was unable to answer numerous official legal questions. They base the lack of response based on the absences of legal counselor’s onset. I was assured they would cooperate in good faith should any issues arose to that level of dissatisfaction.
Both companies deserve a one star rating which is consistent with the level of unprofessionalism that was rendered to me after I signed a contract in the amount of $7,120.00. I begin to have problems with Terminix from the beginning by falsifying workmanship. NOW, the Second issue came after they financed through Synovus. Anyone of good will and are gainfully employed will passionately agree that $7,120.00 is not to sneeze at especially when you have established excellent credit.
It is a moral order in our society that has been established by business owners and that is to take care of their customers. When there is a failure it moves a customer to think differently. The right to be recognized is part of the fundamental principles of the constitution. On the other hand, there is a general right that will clearly show a customer’s concerns.
As with any public servant quality services are expected and vital. There is no valued and deeply cherished right than to be employed and provide that level of service. However, in some instances an employee or company can abuse their position of authority. It must be said on the onset of this statement and with clarity that is exactly what has happened with SYNOVUS and TERMINIX.
The real danger of this issue is the lies and the troubling aspects that are in the implication of discretionary power that could have been prevented. Is seems as if they imposed created rule spokes with authority and a right that a principle could be established for a rational basis but when it rises to a level of a fundamental intention to damage a customer credit rating it TOTALY illegal. The Bank submitted two adverse thirty (30) day delinquent reports against my credit score. The fraudulent business transaction practices that governs their claim was due to THEIR lack of my correct address.
This issue could have been avoided had they contacted Terminix of for any additional information. My physical and billing addresses are on all Terminix documents for issues that might arise. In addition to that my telephone number are listed on the invoice. The Terminix representative was informed by via email of my concern about the payments and stated he would investigate but never replied afterwards.
I was never notified by mail nor telephone that I was delinquent on making a payment to Synovus. Um, um, from my understanding of REALITY “101” you cannot withdraw any money from a saving or checking account unless an account has been established first. Um, um DEATH WHERE IS THY STING? Terminix and Synovus where is thy BILL?
There is nothing worse than getting AMBUSHED by a notification of a 30 DAY ADVERSE CREDIT REPORT that was never received by train, plane, or automobile. I am sure TERMINIX and Synovus has them all. The BANK had to be contacted due to not receiving an invoice. During my conversation with them THEY openly admitted there was incorrect data pertaining to my mailing address and all correspondences had been returned.
Accordingly, four months lapsed that they grossly failed in their unprofessionalism in the obtaining the correct mailing address. They have balanced their compelling constitutional right that clearly subjectively and violate a customer’s rights NOT to be notified within a thirty day (30) after a purchase for PAYMENT(S) are ILLEGAL. It was specifically stated that the financial documents would be mailed during the conversation. Their supreme disservice continued.
I was alerted to an adverse credit report alert less than a week after my conversation with the BANK concerning the documents. They WENT on to say that the CREDIT department would be in contact with me in which they have not but it “DOES NOT come as a surprise. DON’T CALL US WE’’L CALL YOU AFTER I RUIN YOURCREDIT” seems to be there MOTTO. The failure and unwillingness to face reality or accept the facts is a part and parcel of the problem.
From the onset, Terminix had provided SYNOVUS the revenant information that establish the line of credit that they accepted. The validation was EXECUTED by means of my signature that showed a compelling interest in establishing a “good faith effort” to repay any debtors. To date, my line of credit has been flawless with an excellent credit score rating. The representative a veteran showed a GREAT deal of interest from the onset.
I relied upon him as an employee and fellow veteran to exchange various emails, telephone calls, and faxed documents to finalize the transaction. I later discovered that short cuts had been implemented which lead to addition damages to the structural dwelling and terminates returning. They returned due to the sole fact of the areas not being treated as illegally documented and advertised. Therefore, the company had to return to correct the flaws.
Upon my walk, through to ensure COMPLETE customer satisfaction other elements of workmanship was discovered. Due to the discoveries management officials was notified of the issues. Management officials was unable to answer numerous official legal questions. They base the lack of response on the absences of legal counselors on site.
I was assured they would cooperate in a good faith manner should any issues arose to that level of dissatisfaction. NOW if you BELIEVE in fairytales this is ONE for the BOOKS. The bank and company has shown a compelling interest in rendering an adverse credit report ARE not an exercise. Therefore, this clearly establishes the principle as to how a BANK AND COMPANY can make false statements or purposely provide misleading information to the public.
The question is can BOTH that lie about their business practices be punished? There overwhelmingly ACTIONS are the implications of actions are based on a groundless principle and circumstance under which the principle character is sufficiently lacking any substances. There is no constitutional value in lying but self-gain for sales and profits to maintain the status quo.
It seems their shared ideology goes hand in hand.I encompass their actions as “truly outrageous.” It seems that THEY imposed a judicially created rule that speaks on its own merits Yes, it is an acknowledged constitutional right that a principle can be established for a rational basis but when it rises to a level of deceit it is ILLEGAL.
Review about: June 2017.