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I had called a company out to look at my air conditioner.

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I had called a company out to look at my air conditioner. They never said they would charge me a service call in addition to telling me they wont charge me until the guy came out and assessed the unit for service and then to fix it. Well he came out over an hour late for the appointment and was there for maybe 5 minutes of which he used my personal ladder and I had to move the couch for him to see the unit closer. Now they sent me an invoice for $75.00 for a service call of which they said not charging me in the beginning. I have filed a complaint with the BBB, FTC and State AG office for deceptive business practices. is there anything else I can do this is absurd.
Thank you for using JustAnswer. I am JudgeLaw and I will do whatever I can to answer your question and provide you excellent service.

Most companies want their customers to be happy with their work.

Have you tried calling the company to let them know of your dissatisfaction?

Thank you.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I have, the lady in the office basically said tough...its billable. I said well you said you wouldn't bill me until they saw the problem and fixed it. They didn't fix it, I did.

Thank you, Walt, for the additional information.

I am sorry to hear of your dilemma. I realize how frustrating this is for you, but I believe I have information which you will find helpful.

This certainly sounds like a company which does not care too much about customer satisfaction.

Aside from the BBB and AG, you may want to use social media to let people know of your dissatisfaction. If the company has a Facebook page you can post a complaint there. Also, Angie's List also has online reviews of local businesses.

Finally, you can do nothing. I doubt that they will sue you over $75. If they did, you can defend yourself by telling the court that they breached the agreement you had with them regarding the billing.

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Thank you.

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