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Complaint Review: Countryside Landscapes
Countryside LandscapesPO Box 393 Layton, Utah USA
Countryside Landscapes AKA Corey Kuhn, Countryside Landscapes, www.countryside-landscapes.com Stole over $30,000 in commissions from me and is a human trafficker Layton Utah
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I worked for countryside landscping for a year and sold more than $600,000 in landscaping. My commissions exceeded $30,000 and included Coventry Builders, Destination Homes, Pilot Truck Stops, Brighton Homes, and dozens of single family dwellings. This man made a fortune from me, enough to buy new trailers, trucks and equipment for himself. HE EXPLOITED me as he does all of the workers that he promises bonuses, raises and a better life to. He traffics humans from Mexico to the United States through a coyote and brags and smirks about it. He calls them his " personal employees".
He claims he is a man of "FAITH" being a past bishop of the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints but has been married now 5 times. 5 TIMES! He would always disrespect his family calling his wife a B**** almost everyday, telling me how her children were lazy freeloaders that would'nt ever lift a finger to do anything. He has been sued by his clients, or unpaid by many clients because of his shoddy work. He is a man of ill character who deserves no respect in this business. The only colleagues he has are those who share his same religious beliefs. He owes me a ton of money and has bought new trucks, trailers, and equipments on the back of my legitimate good hard work.
In November, he went in for back surgey and I ran his company soley from November until March of the next year with not so much as a thank you. In that time I had sold a $160,000 contract to do an entire apartment complex of which i saw no money. The Contract at 5% was over $8,000. He never paid me one thin dime. Brighton homes was over $120,000 of which, not only did I see nothing but he went behind my back on all of the contracts to upsell the property which was my job. He stole it all from me. Some of those contracts were more than $20.000. He has been sued or partially paid by many of his single family contracts because of his rushing to get paid. It is my "FAITH" to expose this story because an honest days work, and a gentlemans agreement should be an honest days pay, but for Corey Kuhn, he will exploit you, use you and discard you like a piece of trash.
Just like his 5 wives. Maybe he started 5 wives vodka. (That's a Joke) In the end I want to be paid. I want him to quit badmouthing me to his employees and pay me what he owes me. A word to the wise, steer clear of Elder Corey Kuhn the RIPOFF MORMON. The only way he exists in the business is to buy people out like Eric from Destination Homes who he buys new Iphones for and pays his phone bill so he can receive more contracts. One client in Brighton HOmes told me he just started to do their yard without their consent and they had choice but to complete the job. Wow! What a way to do business. I have ALL the original Blueprints, Contracts and correspondence which concur with my statement here. If anyone would like copies or more information, I am more than happy to oblige. This is the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help me (real) GOD!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/29/2013 07:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Countryside-Landscapes/Layton-Utah-84041/Countryside-Landscapes-AKA-Corey-Kuhn-Countryside-Landscapes-wwwcountryside-landscapes-1063179. 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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