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Public Storage Has an “F” Rating From the Better Business Bureau!

If you’re not aware of it, there’s an organization called the “Better Business Bureau” that rates American businesses based on their ability to respond to customer complaints turned in to the bureau.  It’s a pretty lame organization and acts as if it was run by the Chamber of Commerce, but, as Wikipedia says, it “provides free business reviews on more than 4 million businesses to over 100 million requests from consumers in 2012,  helping make the BBB’s website rank among the top 300 most-visited websites in the United States.”

The Better Business Bureau is far from a consumer protection agency; in fact, when you look up your local Public Storage on the BBB’s website it probably won’t even show up, because for some strange reason, the BBB will not accept complaints for individual Public Storage offices – it collects them all and sends them to the Public Storage corporate offices in Glendale, California.

When consumers file a complaint with the BBB about a business, the organization contacts that business and relays the complaint to them; that business then has 14 days to respond to the complaint, at which time the BBB contacts the complainant and determines if the company has or hasn’t responded to the customer’s complaint in an acceptable manner, and if the customer is happy with the resolution of the issues that prompted the complaint.

Most decent businesses respond promptly to customer complaints relayed to them through the BBB.  This way, the can maintain a good rating with the Bureau, which of course reflects well upon the business in question.

The BBB’s rating system is like that for American grade school report cards: an “A” is the top rating; an “F” is the worst.

Guess what the BBB’s rating is for the Public Storage HEADQUARTERS – not just the individual locations?  “F”!

Can you believe it?  “F”! That’s right!  Public Storage has the worst possible rating any company can get, and it’s because they refuse to handle customer complaints in a responsible and honest manner.  They are a shit company and should be avoided at all costs!  This is just another reason why we say: “PUBLIC STORAGE SUCKS! ”  Caveat Emptor!

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Welcome to “Public Storage Sucks”!

We welcome you to our new blog: “Public Storage Sucks”!  Here you will find verified reports from actual victims of the Public Storage company’s operations all over the United States and beyond.  How the company deliberately conspires to steal people’s goods by first enticing desperate people being thrown out of their homes and apartments into renting with them by offering a phony “$1 Move-In” come-on and then charging extortionate late payment fees when you are just a few days late making a payment, then adding lock-cutting fees and other fees until they finally get to do what they wanted all along: STEAL YOUR STUFF!

We ourselves are currently going through such a scam.  After renting from Public Storage for 6 years and paying them over $14,400 over that time to store our belongings, they have chosen to attack us for being 1.5 months late due to a sudden interruption of our income due to WINTER STORMS and now are going to seize our stuff and auction it off because we owe them $535.00 ($130 of which is “late fees” and other bogus charges) for February and March (the space costs just $202.00 a month to rent).  This is how “Public Storage” becomes “Public Stealage” in our way of looking at it.  This kind of behavior should be illegal in Illinois, but thanks to our criminally corrupt legislature of bribed scumbags in the Democratic and Republican parties, these kinds of swindles proliferate not just here in Illinois but all over the United States.  We’ll be publishing more details of this particular swindle very soon.  In the meantime, send us your stories so that together we can warn our fellow citizens that “PUBLIC STORAGE WANTS TO STEAL YOUR STUFF”!