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Chris' Rubbish Removal Informative - Excellent Service - Junk Removal

Review by gypsy36 on 2008-10-01
WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY -- Chris' rubbish removal of west orange performs of the highest professional standards. They are prompt, quick and efficient. They kept to their estimated price which was under estimated. I highly recommend the service.
Comments:14 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-10-02
Posted by Ponie on 2008-10-01:
Hope your place is ship-shape now. That's a nasty job, isn't it? Good to see a company that performs satisfactorily.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-01:
That's awesome, always nice to hear of a company that does great work at a fair price.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-02:
Right on Chris!! He can take all the junk to Ohio,I know someone there that buys useless junk.lol
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2008-10-02:
"They kept to their estimated price which was under estimated"...
If it was under estimated, then they didn't stick to the estimated price...
Posted by chris513 on 2008-10-02:
Now it comes out...I don't really deal cards in Nevada...that's right, I am in the rubbish removal industry...in jersey.
Posted by MRM on 2008-10-02:
Say it so, Chris! LOL
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-02:
Once again I feel obliged to be a liaison between Basher and the English language. It's a tough job but somebody has to do it.

What the OP meant was the actual cost was higher than the original estimate but Chris's Rubbish Removal only charged the OP the original estimated price. See, the estimate given to the OP was too low or "under estimated" when compared to the actual cost. Hope that helps.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-02:
you have junk in your trunk
Posted by chris513 on 2008-10-02:
I got alot of junk in my trunk.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2008-10-02:
Once again I feel obliged to be a liaison between Crabbyface and common sense...they can't charge you higher than the estimated price they give...That's why people get an estimate. An estimated price isn't the exact price...if someone estimated a price of $200.00 and it actually was $300.00...they can't charge me the $300.00 because they estimated it at $200.00.
Posted by cherpep on 2008-10-02:
I must disagree with you, Basher. As you stated, the estimated price isn't the exact price - it's exactly that - an estimate, and approximation, a number that is close to the actual price. There's nothing that states an estimate can't be lower than the actual price - unless that is what the person who gave the estimate states. If someone said, they were giving a maximum price, then what you stated would be true.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-10-02:
au contraire Little Debbie *snicker*. I see English isn't really your strong suite perhaps it's a second language to you? Educating Basher is what I do best so here's the definition of 'estimate'.

es·ti·mate
n
1. The act of evaluating or appraising.
2. A tentative evaluation or rough calculation, as of worth, quantity, or size.
3. A statement of the approximate cost of work to be done, such as a building project or car repairs.
4. A judgment based on one's impressions; an opinion.


So you see it's a wag, a guess, an approximation... It's not the actual cost but estimators best guess.
Posted by old fart on 2008-10-02:
Explain to Basher what a WAG is.....
Posted by Ponie on 2008-10-02:
OF, don't forget the 'S' before WAG.

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