- Report: #757768
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Complaint Review: Fast Growing Trees
Fast Growing Trees4475 Morris Pk Dr, Suite J, Charlotte, NC Mint Hill, North Carolina United States of America
Fast Growing Trees Robert Zboch Uncontrolled discharge water run-off ruining neighbor's property Mint Hill, North Carolina
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Complaints have been made to FGT but they are completely unresponsive. They never return calls. Just try it to see. Their business number (704-545-1696) places your call in a queue and tells you that you are, for example #3, in line and that you have 4 minutes to wait. Then a message tells you that you are #2 with about 1or 2 minutes to wait, and then before you become #1 or anyone answers, a message comes on and says that no can take your call and asks you to leave a number which they will call back shortly. Guess what no call backs. I would not be surprised if after the first call whcih they recognize, they put your # on a "do not answer" list.
Anyway, after all attempts to contact Robert Zboch, the owner and the company, Fast Growing Trees, have failed, the neighbors have been left with ruined property. Mr Zboch when you read this, would you please have the decency to check into it and do the right thing by doing something to prevent the flow of waste water discharge onto your neighbors' property.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/28/2011 02:42 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Fast-Growing-Trees/Mint-Hill-North-Carolina-28277/Fast-Growing-Trees-Robert-Zboch-Uncontrolled-discharge-water-run-off-ruining-neighbors-pr-757768. 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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