- They pressure you to sign a contract
- A special price is offered only if you sign today
- They don’t provide you a valid copy of the company’s insurance or license
- "References? You don't need to see my references. -- they're all family members anyway."
- You’re told your home will be used for advertising so you’re being offered a special discount rate
- You’re asked to pay up front for the whole job or an unreasonable portion
- You’re asked to pay in cash to a salesperson instead of a check to the company
- The company doesn't have a physical address
- They have no website or haven't updated it since Al Gore invented the internet.
- Poor communication skills
- Impatient or pushy sales representative
- Slow to return calls
- They don’t present a portfolio of similar projects
- They tell you pulling permits are a waste of time.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
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