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Subject: Using a back office company
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05/03/2020 10:26 AM  

We are in a very small condo building that had been using a "full service mgmt." I had checked the manager and he actually was instrumental in making us aware that his services are a rip-off" As the president he would send me emails and texts about people paying the incorrect amount and late payers and then say he needs to add a late charge which I told him no way anyone should get a late charge because of a problem he caused himself. I repeatedly told him he needs to follow up and mail people the monthly HOA bill. This was occurring between Jan 2020 and Apr. 2020 when we made the decision to fire him. On his last month he was to get all necessary documents to the new company and failed to do it. I picked up the documents myself and now everyone is confused because they were told by May 1st. a new mailing address was to be issued. So because no one here wanted do any board positions this responsibility is on me to complete the transaction. I'm planning on filing a complaint with the Real Estate licensing Board and the BBB. because I have cold hard evidence that he completely and purposefully sabotaged the transition to a new company. Now he wants to be paid and I'm currently disinclined since he's forced me to do his job for free. I'm in Southern California near Los Angeles and this guy is bad news. I'll be happy to disclose his information to anyone especially if you're near Long Beach, Los Angeles, Torrance or Riverside, these are areas he misrepresented to the board as being the manager of the building when he actually only managed 1 unit in most of these areas.
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