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Surplus floors outlet Complaint - Dishonest and Bankrupt

Review by BL75002 on 2010-06-29
As of January 11, 2010, Surplus Floors Outlet (aka Surplus Floors, Inc.) has filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 (case number 10-30305-bjh11). Their attorney is Areya Holder.

Surplus Floors, Inc has a D- rating with the Better Business Bureau.

This company is a corrupt group of rip-off artists. It is disheartening to know that a business of this caliber is allowed to open their doors to an unsuspecting public. They have lied to me consistently when I contact them regarding their services. I attempted to file a lawsuit against them but received a letter informing me that I may be penalized for filing a suit against a company who is under a Chapter 11 plan. I'm still working with an attorney to determine my options. While I continue my quest for justice, I figured I might as well put the warning out there for any other consumers who are trying to research this company prior to giving them any business. Most people just provide horror stories about their personal experiences and you don't really know if you can believe them. You can look up the bankruptcy case number I listed as well as this company's D- rating with the Better Business Bureau.

It shouldn't be hard to decide what is the right thing to do.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-06-30
Posted by Alain on 2010-06-30:
Since they are under Chapter 11 protection I'd leave it to your attorney to figure out what, if anything, can be done. Thanks for the review.

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