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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||2|
|Total Closed Complaints||2|
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|Total Customer Reviews||0|
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DOPL - Professional Licensing
160 E 300 S 4th Fl, Salt Lake City UT 84111
Phone Number: (801) 530-6628
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Scott Sessions, VP of Sales Mr. Mike Bailey, CFO Ms. Diane Cragun, Customer Service Mr. Rod Garner, CEO/President
Burglar Alarm Systems - Dealers, Monitoring & Service Fire & Smoke Alarm Systems
Alternate Business NamesLink Interactive Mountain Alarm
Industry TipsBurglar Alarms
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|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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|8/5/2015||Problems with Product/Service | Complaint Details Unavailable|
Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: In March, 2012, I requested a service call re: problems with the alarm system. I paid for an upgraded system & signed a service agreement. I refer to the following: "This Agreement shall remain in force for an initial term of 60 months from the date the System is installed and becomes operative, or the date of execution of this Agreement, whichever is later. It shall be automatically renewed for consecutive terms of one year, unless one party gives written notice to the other at least 60 days prior to the end of the then current term of its intent to allow this Agreement to expire at the end of such term" I understood the terms to mean that I had a yearly option to cancel with written notice. I am now being told by Mountain Alarm that I committed to 5 years. We have sold our home - it is currently under contract - and I am being told by Mountain Alarm that I will have to pay for disconnected alarm service until March 2017. In March 2012, I was deliberately misled by the company representatives. I would have never agreed to a 5 year commitment because I knew I would be selling this home before that time period. It is always my practice to verbally clarify the terms before signing for TV, internet, phone or alarm service. Is it fair to expect consumers to hire an attorney to review all service agreements?
Desired Settlement: First outcome: Billing adjustment I should not have to pay for 2 years of disconnected service. Second outcome: Mountain Alarm should receive some kind of "Buyer Beware" business rating & warning to protect future consumers from unethical practices. It appears that this company is deliberately misleading customers to generate income.
The representative in our office that spoke to ******* ***** on April 1st let me, the Customer Service Manager, and the General Manager in our St. George Branch know of *******'s concerns of having felt that she had been misled about the terms of the agreement. We were both very concerned about ******* feeling she had been misled.
I spoke to one of the officers in our company on April 2nd and he said to let ******* out of the agreement and not to charge her for the remaining terms on the agreement. In the afternoon of April 2nd, ******* was then called by one of our company representatives and when no one answered the phone, a voice mail message was left for her letting her know that she could cancel her account with us without penalty and she would not be held to the current agreement.
On April 3rd I received the complaint that ******* had filed with the Better Business Bureau. Apparently ******* wrote the complaint on April 1st before our representative informed her that she could cancel her account without any penalty. When I received the Better Business Bureau complaint, I called ******* and when no one answered, I left her a voice mail message making sure she knew we were letting her out of her agreement without any penalty and I asked her to return my call.