|CableLink Solutions |
|Suncontracted us to do work & never paid |
|18th of Jul, 2017 by FoolMeOnceShameOnYou |
|Jennifer Shipley contacted our dispatch team on the morning of January 16, 2017 with a request for help at a Village Inn Restaurant in Portland, Oregon. We scheduled the work for that afternoon & arrived on site just after 1:00 in the afternon. Our tech tested & found a bad network cable that was causing their issues. The cable was reterminated & then all of the issues were resolved. We sent a copy of the signed work order to Jennifer the morning of the 18th per the instructions on the ticket. We've been trying to collect from them ever since.|
After not responding to any of our 11 phone calls & emails regarding collecting for the work Jennifer contacted us in late May requesting a copy of our COI as they were being audited & needed to prove to their auditors that we were insured. We refused to supply it pending payment for the work. Our insurance provider charges $30 for each COI & we were hardly going to pay more money for work we had never been paid for.
|On March 2, 2017, TelForce Group, LLP attorney filed with the Williamson County a case against Cable Link Solutions or JAMCO Communications, Inc. of Rutherford County, Docket Number: 2017-CV-636. A large sum of monies is due for services TelForce provided to this client. To date, no payment has been made or any further contact from Mr. Randy Mobley has been received.|
Counsel for TelForce Group, LLP organized multiple attempts to serve papers to Mr. Randy Mobley. It was determined that he was evading service. TelForce made additional attempts by hiring The Dillon Agency and based upon information and belief, the agency made several attempts at service of process but was unsuccessful.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Mr. Randy Mobley please contact TelForce Group, LLP of 4751 Trousdale Drive, #105, Nashville, TN 37013. Office: (615) 915-3119 or by email at [email protected]
|Wendy Reynolds reached out to us on behalf of the company owner who is trying to get things caught up & made right after what sounds like a lot more family medical trauma than anyone should have to deal with. We certainly understand what it can be like to run a business in times of trouble and it sounds like the wrong people were in place and things really fell apart. However it is nice to know & certainly appreciated that steps are being taken to get sub-contractors like us paid & not just written off. Seems like a very honorable approach to me & I appreciate that! Thank you Wendy for helping get this straightened out.|
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