Tuesday, July 29, 2014
We have noticed a company called Bath Fitters now advertising on TV. The ads look very similar to the ones we saw in 2007/8 for Re-Bath. In fact the pitch sounds almost identical and the claims are exactly the same. The finished baths and showers in the photos look just like the Re-Bath junk too.
We can clearly see the fixtures in the Bath Fitters ads are the exact same ones Re-Bath used on our mess, and we were told Re-Bath has an exclusive on those Wolverine brand fixtures. Hmmm. Sounds (looks?) suspiciously interesting, no?
We know the sleazy contractor we first dealt with also operated under this company name, and the products back then were more than just comparable, they looked exactly the same and were probably from the same outlet/manufacturer (we are making a semi-educated guess backed with logic). Even the installation time promises are the same.
So we are urging anyone considering using this company to read our blog and learn about the potential for disaster since the products and sales pitch could very well be the very same.
Stay safe, protect yourself, do your homework. And don't trust what the sales people say.
GET EVERYTHING IN WRITING.
If they don't want to put it in writing, ask them why.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Was that a lie, or just part of the sales pitch? In our case we think it was a blatant lie; considering how many other lies we were told by them.
Figured we might as well share this and keep the blog active, just in case someone else was considering using Re-Bath. We heartily suggest you don't. Unless you like being ripped off and lied to...
Can't wait to see what we find once we remove the obviously non-mold-free caulk Re-Bath used after being sold a guaranteed "not to mold up installation". Stay tuned if you wish.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Plus, we allowed other complaints made by other highly dissatisfied (ripped-off) customers of Re-Bath throughout the nation to be shared on our blog if they wished to do so. It was pointed out clearly who were the "guests". (Maybe you should reread what was written and take it in context before jumping to any conclusions? You’re not the first Re-Bath dealer to misunderstand what was written and get upset.)
We’re sorry you paid good money to get a Re-Bath franchise. Maybe you should have done your homework first (as we should done before contracting with Re-Bath) before dumping that good money into a company with such a bad reputation. Sounds like a little bit of sour grapes. Or whine… (Hey, you had your spilled milk jab at us...)
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Is it ironic that “Anonymous” posted a comment trying to tell the world about a new Re-Bath local to us?
As long as people keep posting, we figure we can keep warning others… BTW, Nice job spelling there “Anonymous”, real “quality” spelling…
Sure, new location…, and probably the same way of “doing business” as we experienced too? At least if these recent reviews are considered.
There are pages of Re-Bath complaints (64 as of today…) here, and posted as recently as just a few days ago no less… :
Or this one, 86 COMPLAINTS! And new complaints less than a month ago:
But wait! There’s more:
It is not just a coincidence there are so many COMPLAINTS about Re-Bath.
Occam’s Razor comes to mind too.
If this new location is operated by the same people that were at or connected with the Signal Hill, Huntington Beach or Mission Viejo Re-Baths, we have no doubt it is another operation to rip people off.
In addition to that, beware when dealing with any person with the last name Summy, it has been our experience these people are out to rip us off. Check it out for yourself, (or read previous installations of our blog here...).
Be very cautious folks. Do your homework, and double or triple check references. Re-Bath has proven to very many people to be an awful company to deal with. And if you think you speak to someone who thinks they got lucky and had good service, ask them about the warranty...
It seems from what is being shared all over the internet the warranty is worthless if you actually try to use it. (It was our firsthand experience too.) How much do you want to bet that if you can get a person to even look at your problem (created by Re-Bath) that they won’t claim it is either “your fault” or “not covered” by some loop hole despite the sales pitch of “We’re not happy unless you are”?
Be very cautious folks. Do your homework, and double or triple check references. Yes, we know we said that before, it is THAT important. With today's economy, a scam like this could wipe you out!
Thursday, August 25, 2011
We somewhat enjoy the fact this loser is still focused on us, as perverted as he is. We don't mind or even care he can't seem to let it go. It means WE WON! And he LOST!
We are proud to have helped protect the public from this shyster.
Remember to do your homework and fully check out any contractor before hiring them.
Wonder what the next pathetic response will be from that loser? Don't care. We won!
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
“FYI. None of these people have worked for Rebath for sometime.”
We have no proof of that claim being correct, as the author prefers to hide behind his nom-de-plume, as generic and unimaginative as it is, therefore its value is debatable, but it is not a surprise from the way they (yes, Re-Bath) conducted business, hence the reason for this blog.
(Interestingly the Re-Bath of California webite links now say “ACCOUNT SUSPENDED”. Seems like a fitting balance in the grand scheme of the world…)
Again, since that claim is OBVIOUSLY being made by someone associated with Re-Bath, either currently or in the past, how accurate can it really be?
*See our earlier points as to the inherent dishonesty we were treated to by Re-Bath agents and representatives...
We, as stated earlier, were made aware that one raging jerk of a franchise operator had lost his franchise due to threats he made after ripping us off. After reading so much online about how Re-Bath operates, it is a wonder how they are even still in business as a whole. Also, as we earlier mentioned, it appears he is still trying to rip people off doing the same crap under yet another business name. That info came from online sources linked to the Re-Bath of CA on Willow.
In regard to that last sentence there is this…
Also posted by someone hiding behind the moniker “Anonymous” (could it be the same person?) on 4/1/11:
“We are the only Luxury Bath dealer in the south land. If you have a problem with our company please call or email us. We would like to address your concerns. Otherwise, Luxury Bath is a trademark and we need to defend it. The Rebath company you are refering in your post is no longer in business and was never a part of the Luxury Bath franchise.”
If the proprietor of the above referenced Luxury Bath thinks we are putting out incorrect info it should be re-stated that the discussed info came from Re-Bath of CA’s online public listing. Same old Re-Bath phone number was even listed as was the email info!
Now who wants irony? The web address "www.LUXBATHCA.com" as provided by that rejected Re-Bath franchise operator when he claimed to now be a Luxury Bath franchise takes you to the EXACT same “ACCOUNT SUSPENDED” page as trying to access the Re-Bath of California web address. Hmmm, more than JUST a coincidence?
LET’S BE CLEAR!
We never claimed to have a problem with “Luxury Bath”. Only pointed out that the Re-Bath of CA had stated they changed their name (after being kicked out of the Re-Bath family…) to “Luxury Bath”. Don’t shoot the messenger…
It is also interesting how you can be the ONLY Luxury Bath in the southland if the Willow street address is/was also a Luxury Bath at the same time. Seems you have an issue to address of someone claiming something different than you are stating. (Sounds a little like Re-Bath in that respect…)
In reality, it is your problem (Mr. Luxury Bath) if a snake (or weasel) is misleading the public by claiming it to be his business. Maybe you should confront him? Not sure if that could be simply done by looking in the mirror or not.
It is also amazing how after all this time, Re-Bath agents, (OK maybe EX-agents is a better term…) are still posting comments in this blog...
Remember, everyone, do your home work BEFORE contracting with ANYONE to do any work. Look at how many bad reviews there are for Re-Bath across the country. There is a reason for it. And since the franchise that did so much damage to our home has been disallowed the use of the Re-Bath name, and then claimed to be doing the same basic stuff using “Luxury Bath” as their business name, is it not wise to do your homework here too?
If they are not the same outfit, one would think they would be pleased to prove they never had any association with Re-Bath, or Bath-Pro (Re-Bath of California was Bath-Pro before they were Re-Bath, see earlier posts in this blog for full details). But if it is the same people, shouldn’t that history be made public to you too? Don't you want to know who you are letting into your home?
Protect yourselves consumers. Ask those pertinent questions. Check the contractor’s license number, it is free online. Verify the company name and owner’s name. Do they all check out correctly? Are they up to date? (And don’t trust the BBB, if the business is a paying member, they get a much better rating they possibly really deserve.)