- Report: #778229
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Reroof America Contractors Glendale Phoenix
Reroof America Contractors Glendale Phoenix5205 W. Montbello #A4 Glendale, Phoenix, Arizona United States of America
Reroof America Contractors Glendale Phoenix Reroof, Reroof America, Reroof America Management Corporation, Reroof America Contractors, Reroof America Corp., J.R. Emrich, JR Emrich, Mark Lenzer, Keith Rodgers, Keith Rogers, Terry Meeker, John Wi Homeowners risk Mechanics Liens, First Choice Repair Program Abuse, AZROC Arizona Registry of Contractors, Google Reroof America Complaints Glendale, Phoenix, Arizona
*Author of original report: Reroof America Management Corporation Resolves Complaints
*Author of original report: Reroof America Concerns Fully Resolved
*Author of original report: This rebuttal can hardly be construed as unbiased:
*General Comment: two sides to every story
Keith Rodgers was the manager of the Reroof America Contractors AZ office in Glendale and Phoenix Arizona. My independent project management and consulting firm was invited down to work on the hail storm damage of October 2010, after being required to attend training for the First Choice Repair Program; I was also forbidden to work for any other contractors in spite of being hired as a independent, self-employed salesperson.
Keith Rodgers, according to his secretary and First Choice Repair Program Coordinator Ms. Geri Becker, is known within the company as the storm chasing manager, a Reroof America Management Corporation manager who, while qualified to work with the First Choice Repair Program, abused the FCRP system and other participating Phoenix and Glendale area FCRP contractors by cherry picking roofing only jobs, while the other First Choice Repair Program contractors in the Phoenix area were expected to take on all repairs to benefit those customers by reducing the time they spend looking for the many contractors it usually takes repairing the many different products usually affected by a severe storm. Keith Rodgers made me get out of selling First Choice Repair customers if they had more than roofing to repair, over and over again (written proof of this abuse of the First Choice Repair Program is on file).
Keith Rodgers did not want to waste his time being the general contractor he was required to be by the First Choice Repair Program; it was easier and more profitable to do only roofing. This left the other local AZROC registered FCRP local contractors at a disadvantage, since it takes much more time to do everything for the customer as a General Contractor, as all other participants in the First Choice Repair Program were required to do.
This was the third Reroof America Management Corporation office my company worked for in as many months. It turned out, however, that we were jumped around for a couple reasons: These reassignments, coordinated by Reroof America Management Corp.s Mark Lenzer and J. R. Emrich, attempted to deprive our company of earnings by virtue of a slickly phrased, illegal employment contract that keeps a independent contractors earnings when a salesperson is not in the area, even though its all the same company. It also allowed the managers to cook their books and make mistakes that they could simply bill the independent contractor if he wasnt around to babysit them, to make their own and J.R. Emrichs and Mark Lenzers bottom line fatter.
In the case of Arizona, Keith Rodgers crybaby friends were his main salespeople, and they did not like it when I far outperformed them in sales when they were out for Thanksgiving week. When Phillip The Goof is on the Roof Strong and J.D. Baby Huey Emrich (yes, a little nepotism thrown in! Daddy J.R. Emrich owns Reroof America Management Corporation) returned from their vacation, they were mighty upset that I outsold and outshined them, and that I kept getting calls and referrals from First Choice Repair clients that were turning into big jobs/. When they cried and whined to their buddy Keith Rodgers, Reroof America Contractors AZ manager Keith Rodgers solution was letting me go, so his crybaby buddies would quit sniveling.
He threatened to not pay me what was earned if I raised a stink or complained, but that he would pay me if I left quietly. Due to the fact that Reroof America Contractors Glendale / Phoenix was pretty poor on the customer relations side, we had numerous clients calling us back for help because they felt they were treated poorly by Keith Rodgers and Reroof America/. I since have been forbidden to contact these customers; however, several of them want to be witnesses in the upcoming AZROC complaints to be filed with the Arizona Registry of Contractors..
We are currently pursuing them legally in several states, and will be filing complaints with the Arizona Registry of Contractors through our Arizona attorneys in the near future". We are looking for former Reroof America Contractors subcontractors, salespeople and employees who feel they were subject to the same treatment for possible compensation through other legal means such as class action or deposition.. Please contact Ripoffreport.com.
Reroof America and Keith Rodgers broke numerous Arizona Contractor laws and regulations; when this was pointed out to them by my Arizona legal counsel, they claimed we were under contract (even though we were not under any contracts in AZ) and Keith Rodgers simply ignored the AZROC laws to suit his own purposes.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/18/2011 12:22 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Reroof-America-Contractors-Glendale-Phoenix/Glendale-Phoenix-Arizona-85301/Reroof-America-Contractors-Glendale-Phoenix-Reroof-Reroof-America-Reroof-America-Managem-778229. 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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