• Report: #1057624

Complaint Review: nwfieldservices

  • Submitted: Sat, June 08, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, June 08, 2013

  • Reported By: hydroretired — pasco Washington
portland, Oregon USA

nwfieldservices Completed rush inspection of commercial building. They needed that day asap. Despite invoices they never paid for my services. DO NOT WORK FOR THESE JERKS. portland Oregon

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 This company called me in February after reading one of my advertisement for insurance and or property inspection. They said that their local inspector was unavailable and could I do a rush inspection and send it in by the end of the day. We agreed on a fee and I completed the inspection as agreed. Despite 5 invoices they have never paid nor responded in any way. Do not work for this outfit unless it is a donation because they will not pay you.

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