- Report: #996883
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Complaint Review: Raintree Partners
Raintree Partners1601 Scott Rd. Burbank, California United States of America
Raintree Partners Taiko Village,Cirrus Magament, Judith McCabe, Jillienne Almonia, Raittree partners, Ralph Weiss,Gary D. Feilder, Greene and Chaplin at Law fraudulent Practices,All buildings have MOLD, Poor management, Bait and switch, Constructional Hazard, Water leaking in to my kitchen, Promises Broken, and Slander Burbank , California
Cirrus management that there have been several problems like water damage and Mold but they will not comply with the promises that was offered. The companies apartments all have Mold but have not addressed it with the entire apartment.
They try to claim its an isolated incident but every apartment has mold growing in the walls.
Also we are supposed to have a working gate at all times but for several months the gate was not working and several people got robbed and even at gun point and tied up. The company tried to call an isolated incident that happened more than seven times in its complex.
Before I moved in I asked if there had been robberies the staff told me NO! The truth came out when three residents who
stayed had informed me the same day of the robbery when I was moving in. [continued below]....
were drug dealers. But if the gate was fixed like it said in the contracts it would have never happened.
Also the company has ignored me about the water leaking on my floor for several months and now leaking in to my kitchen and also growing mold in the kitchen. The company offered me a hotel and doggy day care then they said no we have
guest suits. Which I know is for them to same money! So they declined me of my safety rights. I know all the buildings and the building they have mold spores and I have become sick more than often.
On the topic of Doggy day care the company offered the tenant the service when it was time for the bill; moreover, just lets say the company accounting is not in order.
The company has tried to deny all claims against them and trying to persuade the city that their buildings are in great shape but behind the walls is the ugly truth and her names is MOLD.
I moved and also spreading slander and fraudulent information amongst the community to cover them.
So if you find this helpful if you have lived in this building, know anyone thinking of moving to this building or who lives in the building already. Inform them of the dangers that they are in! Mold I nothing to play with and also constructional
Hazards are not a joke. You can be in your bathtub one day and it falls through the ceiling. Just saying this because when you have leaking water on the floor and poor construction with a building that was sitting for 2 years without proper procedures it is bound to happen.
The city of Burbank has deemed my apartment a constructional Hazard as well due to the leaking water on the floor and mold.
Every day you can see bags of crack lying around and also used condoms!
The craziest thing that I know is that some of the people who moved out said that they were forced to sign or made to sign non-disclosure agreements or gag-orders. Also the company would pay them off. Only a select few who are living in the conditions of mold, leaking water, noise and mistreatment have not been compensated.
Also during the Holiday 2012 the gate was not working .Also just last night Jan 2013 there was a police bust around with guns
out near the building. Yikes
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/14/2013 06:15 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Raintree-Partners/Burbank-California-91504/Raintree-Partners-Taiko-VillageCirrus-Magament-Judith-McCabe-Jillienne-Almonia-Raittre-996883. 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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