We are proud to announce our new Twitter account! Now folks all across the USA and the world can instantly Tweet how much they hate Public Storage!
You can find us on Twitter here:
Or Tweet to us at @PubStorgeSucks !
The photos on our Twitter account’s header show the Public Storage facility in Morton Grove, Illinois. The nighttime shot shows the non-existent “security lighting” featured at this dump, with a car driving through the broken “security gate” left open for weeks at a time when it breaks – at least 3 times a year!
Here are some more shots of this same scene:
“Security Lighting” at the Public Storage in Morton Grove, Illinois on 25 April 2014. These lights have been allowed to burn out over the last several years and none of them was ever replaced.
This is our Twitter “header” photo, taken at Public Storage in Morton Grove, IL on 25 April 2014. The headlights in the image are of a car driving through the broken, open “security gate” to the facility.
The smaller photo shows how the employees at Public Storage in Morton Grove shoveled the entrances to the storage lockers last winter. This particular entrance was left like this for WEEKS! People had to walk sideways to get to the door – carrying items in and out was impossible.
“Snow removal” at the Public Storage facility in Morton Grove, IL. Photo taken on 11 February 2014. This building is one of the indoor unheated locker spaces. This entrance was left like this for weeks.
The “security gate” to the exit at Public Storage in Morton Grove, IL on 18 February 2014. Their “snow removal” contractor plowed the gate OPEN and left it like this for WEEKS!
More reasons why we say: PUBLIC STORAGE SUCKS!
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We were searching for info on Public Storage’s corporate offices and ran across a
new website with well over 100 complaints against Public Storage posted by PS’ customers from across the USA!
The website isn’t even an actual Public Storage site; it’s one of those bogus “company info” websites that just shows the address and phone number for Public Storage’s national headquarters in California. But apparently people hate Public Storage so much, and it’s so hard to actually find the Public Storage website and register a complaint with them that PS customers have started posting their complaints all over the web in desperation!
Here are a few of the best complaints from the site. See if any of these customers’ complaints sound familiar to you:
[9 June 2014] “Amazingly nice staff until I discovered they broke into my storage stolen and damaged items. To date Public Storage has refused to assist with damages. Insist on small claims. The regional director and corporate staff didn’t deny it’s a problem nor denied it’s there policy to do pulmonary inventory via video surveillance when you move in. I moved over $15,000.00 worth of inventory into my unit. $1000’s stolen and damaged.”
[5 June 2014] “Outrageous Pricing – I’m a long time renter in Chicago since 2010, without missing a payment and never late. My rent has been raised 34 dollars in the last 5 months with no explanation, other than a customer service rep telling me ‘We can raise your rent whenever we feel like it, there’s no limit’ WOW. So I will be exiting as of this month. Thank you for the great relationship!”
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