Blanca Castro showed my husband and I the house located at 7467 Mission Palm Street in May, 2016. She handled the application and all move in paperwork and handed us the keys upon move in. Ms. Castro was acting as liaison between us and the owner, Loui Luu. In July 2016 there was a miscommunication between Ms. Castro and Mr. Luu, and as a result they decided to file a Notice to Vacate the premises due to "unlawful detainer of property" that was attached to our front door by the Constable. When we received that first notice, we contacted Ms. Castro who informed us that Mr. Luu wanted to move into the house. According to our lease we were legally allowed to live there until the lease expired on June 1, 2017, as long as the lease was adhered to on our end. When we received the final notice, my husband went to court and received "Involuntary (statutory) Dismissal". After that Ms. Castro called and explained that Mr. Luu no longer wanted to evict us from his home. She admitted that he was disgruntled about how some of the repairs were handled and that they decided that an eviction would be best. In March 2017, I discovered mold in the cabinets under and around the kitchen sink. I immediately informed Mr. Luu, who told us that he expected us to take responsibility for the mold. We received a "No Cause Notice to Quit Premises", from the Constable on April 26. As we were looking for another home our applications were being denied by realtors because there was a filing against us in August 2016 by Mr. Luu. We contacted Ms. Castro asking them to remove that from our record, but Ms. Castro told me that regardless of what is on our record, as per the notice we were required by law to surrender the keys to her on May 26, 2017. Our lease was expired as of May 31, 2017. She offered to help us to find a home to move into that would overlook the initial filing, but could not make any promises. To date we have not had any additional communication from Ms. Castro.
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Very good experience w them I work and they paid me in record time every Friday and no mistake.Direct deposit.They gave me excellent jobs w good tip.I will love they call me more often. Carlos Cespedes.friendly staff and Jacqueline is very professional
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Do not ask this service for their help locating a tenant, they provided us a tenant that had bad credit and they were selling drugs in our home..This has been a costly matter on our end!!!
Called for info and a the guys was a complete a** on the phone hung up on me mid sentence
If you do go here, I hope you don't get Jina Sheldon. If you call her she acts like you are a bother and she won't check your references or test your skills. Don't waste your time here. Try another AppleOne location in Vegas. Once you sign up for this one you can't go to another.
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I do not recommend this company for a skilled worker. I worked here for 2 years and they consistently ignored me when I told them I am an experienced electrician. When I met a temp worker from Tradestar who told me they were looking for electricians, they gave me a written test and hired me that day. Starr Nichols freaked when I told her I was leaving "Well why don't you stay with us?" "Starr, HELLO! I've told you for 2 years that I am an electrician, what part of "I AM AN ELECTRICIAN" do you not understand? Is English not your native language?" These people obviously don't understand that first, sending a skilled worker out on unskilled work is an insult to the skilled worker's experience and second, it is taking work away from unskilled workers. It was even more of an insult to read want ads in the Las Vegas newspaper placed by C&B looking for electricians and to continue telling them I was an electrician only to continue to hear "Yeah yeah yeah we got some work for you, you need a broom a shovel and some trash bags!" I was eventually hired at Helix electric and crossed paths with temp workers from C&B who told me the same thing "I am experienced and they send me out to pick up trash or push a broom. I do not like pushing a broom right next to someone installing electrical equipment. I DO NOT recommend this company to anyone who is skilled, you are setting yourself up for a major letdown.