- Report: #1101120
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Complaint Review: Prestige Field Services
Prestige Field Services8119 S. Schaffer Pkwy Littleton, Colorado USA
Prestige Field Services, Prestige Field Service I am owed $1,581 for work completed in May/June 2013 Littleton Colorado
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Prestige Field Service still owes me $1,581.00 for work completed in May/June 2013.
Jeff Jensen – firstname.lastname@example.org – (720)325-9328
Dennis Mikawa- email@example.com – (303)219-3280
Andrew Baird -firstname.lastname@example.org – (801)419-4690
I have dealt with these three individuals in this company. Since having needed to be paid my final payment, I have not received a call, a text, an e-mail, or any form of attempted communication from any of these parties. Basically, they owe me money, but have decided to ignore my phone calls and abandon their email addresses in order to avoid paying me. This company is still in business, but they ignore paying me my last paycheck.
According to the contract I signed when I was hired in January 2013, I would be compensated for all contract work completed for Prestige Field Service. I received the same song and dance they seem to be telling all their newly hired contractors, regardless of area inspected (I contracted in Texas, others are contracted in Utah and Colorado, etc ). I was told, “Our clients haven’t paid us, therefore, we have to pay you late.” And I fell for it, I allowed Prestige Field Service to pay me almost 2 months past the work completed month. And they did pay me, I would construct and submit my invoice (which this time is not compensated for) and they would pay me on a two month delay. This was fine as long as they would pay me for every inspection I completed. But ever since submitting my work invoice for the months of May/June 2013 in the month of August 2013( the first time I submitted my work invoice), I haven’t heard any response from anybody working for Prestige Field Service.
Since then, Jeff Jensen’s e-mail address and Dennis Mikawa’s e-mail address have be deactivated as well as the e-mail address they supplied me to contact the payroll department personally, has been deactivated. No other e-mail was supplied. The only active e-mail address I can send e-mail through belongs to Andrew Baird, but he does not respond to any of my e-mails, which include my payment due invoice for May/June 2013. I have tried to contact all three of these individuals via provided phone numbers. They never pick up my phone calls. Their phones ring (sometimes), but every time I am resorted to leaving a voice mail. They never call back. Actually, I did receive one return phone call from Jeff Jensen on November 14th,2013, but he never spoke into the receiver on his end. I explained that I needed to be paid for my work completed or I would be submitting a complaint to RipoffReport.com and the Better Business Bureau, but he never said a word.
On June 20th, 2013, I received an e-mail from Jeff Jensen explaining Prestige Field Service will be “closing down its Texas operations.” This did not surprise me because if I had trouble communicating with Jeff Jensen (he was in charge of the operation in San Antonio and surrounding area), I am sure their clients had the same type of trouble trying to communicate with him, and subsequently dropped Prestige Field Service. There were times when he, and anybody working for Prestige Field Service, would disappear and not pick up any phone calls or respond to any e-mails. I didn’t mind this because somebody would continue to give me work, and based on having been paid in the past; I was convinced they would pay in the future despite the lack of communication. But obviously, the clients did not see it the same way, and who could blame them. In the same ‘closing operations’ e-mail, I was also told “You will still be paid for your work per the contract including the $208 still owed from your first month. Either Andrew or I will keep you updated.” Understand, that $208.00 was for work completed in February, and this e-mail was sent in June. I was still trying to get paid correctly for the first month nearly four months past the end of February. That’s in addition to my point. My point being, even in Mr. Jensen’s words, Prestige Field Service has not paid me my last payment for work completed or kept me updated on anything.
Today is November 21st, 2013, and I still have yet to hear from this company and am still owed for inspections I successfully completed in the months of May/June 2013, (totaling $1,581.00) including inspections other contractors in the area let go into late status. I was reassured by Jeff Jensen that I would be paid for these late inspections, but I have been completely ignored despite having tried to call and e-mail all contacts I have from Prestige Field Service (listed above).
Although Jeff says he will work with you if you try to communicate with him, most of the time he doesn’t pick up his phone. He hasn’t communicated with me since July 2013.
This is nothing personal. Personally, Mr. Jensen is a nice guy. Same goes for Dennis Mikawa and Andrew Baird. However, this company is completely disorganized and cannot be trusted to follow through with their contract.
Do not work for Prestige Field Service.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/20/2013 11:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Prestige-Field-Services/Littleton-Colorado-80127/Prestige-Field-Services-Prestige-Field-Service-I-am-owed-1581-for-work-completed-in-Ma-1101120. 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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