- Report: #1042293
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Complaint Review: JRK Flooring LLC
JRK Flooring LLC16002 Terry Ave Belton, Missouri United States of America
JRK Flooring LLC Justin Kelley Damaged trim while finishing my floor and will not fix Belton, Missouri
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I called several flooring companies and asked several other people in the industry about this. I showed pictures to several of these people and ALL the people advised me that JRK Flooring messed up and got too close to the wall with the sander. [continued below]....
I had already paid JRK Flooring for the job so I have no recourse except to inform the public. I told JRK Flooring that I was unhappy with the job and I wanted my final payment back until the job was fixed correctly. After Justin Kelley told me "no" several times I told him I was going to write reviews about his company. JRK Flooring hired a law firm to send me a Cease and Desist letter. The letter also stated they were going to sue me for slander and extorsion. No kidding, I'm not joking.
Please review my pictures.
Please review my pictures. I have had painters try to mask the damage.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/10/2013 05:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/JRK-Flooring-LLC/Belton-Missouri-64012/JRK-Flooring-LLC-Justin-Kelley-Damaged-trim-while-finishing-my-floor-and-will-not-fix-Belt-1042293. 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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