Horrible and Deceptive
I scheduled an appointment for 1 PM. By 2, I still hadn't heard anything, despite leaving two messages asking them to return my calls. I finally receive a call around 3 saying they would be there shortly. They arrived at 5:45. I'm ok with needing to be flexible, but the lack of information followed by misinformation was not ok. When the two guys arrived, Austin and Trey, they were nice and helpful. Austin went over the paper work and informed me of a $50 extra truck use fee that was "in the fine print" of the living social deal I was using. It is certainly not in the fine print. Here is the fine print: Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift Limit 1 redemption per household Appointments required and subject to availability Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture Distance restrictions apply; service area includes 25-mile radius of 78701; additional fees may apply for redemption beyond the service area Valid for labor only; additional fees apply for packing supplies, boxes, and cleaning For inquiries call 512-458-6683 All services must be redeemed during a single visit by same household Austin and Trey tried to point to the "valid for labor only" language. However, because the only additional fees explicitly listed are for "packing supplies, boxes, and cleaning," the fine print, to me, clearly does not include a fee for truck use. Austin and Trey said this was a common compliant. They called their boss, Matt, and asked to have the fee waived, which I asked for especially in light of the fact that they showed up over four and a half hours late. He refused. Austin offered to have me talk to Matt, so I did. He was the most unpleasant and least courteous person I have encountered in the services industry. He told me he was leaving his house to get to a softball game, so clearly I deserved only cursory attention. He said he didn't have the living social deal in front of him, but he insisted that the fee was in there. I did have the language in front of me, so I read it to him. After about a 20 second pause, he flat out said to pay the fee or get lost. I talked to Austin and Trey, and agreed to pay the extra fee despite the shady nature of KAM. After all, I had already dedicated an entire day to waiting for them. However, apparently Matt talked to Austin on the phone after I talked to Matt and told Austin and Trey to just drive away. They did.