- Report: #919156
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Complaint Review: ARS Rescue Rooter
ARS Rescue Rooter1768 Empire Central Internet United States of America
ARS Rescue Rooter plumbers like to race each other to work in Internet
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In any event, some Rescue Rooter drivers will cut through apartment complex parking lots to avoid an intersection. If you happen to have backed out of a parking spot and are blocking their way when they zoom around a building, the Rescue Rooter driver will race up to you and lay on the horn. Then, if you don't move fast enough, the Rescue Rooter driver will continue to honk at you.
If, as I did, you get out of your car and tell the ARS Rescue Rooter driver to slow down and have a little patience, he will yell at you to 'get out of my way'.
If you make the mistake of yelling back, he will then come back to your apartment complex 14 hours later, call the police and file a report. Then, the driver will go to your property manager and file a report and state that he had to call the police.
The next step leads to an order to vacate which causes all manner of problems.
Bottom line - ARS Rescue Rooter in Dallas, Texas employs bullies who think that parking lots are their own personal short cuts and you better not get in the way; or they will fix YOU and not your plumbing.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/29/2012 08:44 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ARS-Rescue-Rooter/internet/ARS-Rescue-Rooter-plumbers-like-to-race-each-other-to-work-in-Internet-919156. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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