- Report: #1141719
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Complaint Review: Roy Varnon, R.S.
Roy Varnon, R.S.1514 Laird St Houston, Texas USA
Roy Varnon, R.S. Pitches Sucker Fees for Septic System Design Work Houston Texas
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I paid Roy Varnon, R.S. in Houston, TX $300 for septic system design work and he never consulted with me once while developing the design on paper. We met briefly at my property, he asked how many bedrooms, and I emailed him a copy of my floor plan. Our next contact within a few days was a notification that the design was final and in the mail. When I had issues with his design, he wanted to charge me another 50% to adjust the plans to my liking. What was most disturbing to me about his design were the instructions on laundering frequency to be done throughout the week as opposed to only on the weekends or monthly due to the septic system constraints in his design. It was even underlined in his comments. Rather than just charging $450 up front and being honest about his consultation process, he would rather pitch a sucker fee, then upcharge you when you're not happy with the design. There was no consultation whatsoever, other than meeting at the property for the site evaluation. [continued below]....
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