America’s Choice Inc centennial Colorado Review

On 04/20/10, I was in need of garage door spring repair. I entered my contact information on this site: www.denveroverheaddoors.com/ around 1 PM. Within a couple of hours I was called by Lance from the company. I gave some basic door information to Lance and described the problem with the broken spring. He suggested that they repair both springs and that they could come out today. I said tomorrow would be fine, and asked him for a general quote. He said that the tech that comes out would give the quote, there was a $35 service call fee, which would be taken off of the price should we choose his company to do the repairs, and that there was an internet coupon on the website that I should print out and give to the tech (he was not sure of the exact coupon discounts as they had recently changed). I told him I would print the coupon and he said the tech would be out the next day between 4 and 6 PM. The coupon was for a $29.95 service call OR $35 off of any door opener or spring replacement; I printed the coupon that evening. The tech came out the next day and verbally quoted $300 for two springs to be repaired. We gave the OK, and were presented with a $317.20 bill at the end of the work (tax was added). When told about the coupon, the tech responded that he does not accept coupons nor does he deduct the service call from the bill. Rather than argue, we sent him on his way with payment, figuring we could call the home office to point out that what I was told over the phone regarding an internet special had not materialized. The next morning I called the number that dialed me two days before, 619-325-1943, and asked to speak to Lance. When I explained to Lance the situation and the tech not accepting the coupon, he said “Let me get you to my manager.”” I was on hold and then Chris Lay picked up. I re-explained the situation to Chris. I told him that I was dissatisfied with the price (this job was about 20 minutes of labor and my friend had the same work done for under $200) and that the coupon was not honored. He explained that “”no one does that work for $200

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etc.) and that he could re-issue an invoice showing the discount

but the same net price. He also said his calls are “”transcribed”” and that I had given a coupon code to Lance

who in turn gave it to the tech

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