- Report: #1057944
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Complaint Review: Rapid Realty NYC
Rapid Realty NYC146-17 Hillside ave Jamaica, New York USA
Rapid Realty NYC Albert Bell and Rapid Realty are making profit stealing form clients useing their bate and switch. Jamaica New York
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I have been scammed by Rapid Realty and Albert bell. On 12/29/12 my disabled mother took my to 146-17 Hillside Ave and we met with Albert Bell, he then drove and I followed to 88-30 188 St just off of Hillside Ave. At this location he showed us at least four apartments one more unacceptable them the other. Final he took us to the top floor to apartment 6N on entry this unit was completely renovated I am a Union Carpenter and a Licensed Home Improvement Contractor please take my word everything was replaced floor to ceiling. I asked if it was available and Albert said that it was and I needed two months deposit to lock it in. You can guess what happened next right.
I didn't get it so I requested my deposit back and got ran in around for about a week. I file a claim one block away form Albert Bell office at Small Claims Court and on April 9, 2013 at night court was awarded a judgment plus interest. [continued below]....
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