It clearly states in their terms and conditions that they do not check facts and that they will not be held liable for lies posted. Thus allowing competition to post lies in order to discredit other companies. In the case of Arizona Estate Liquidators, complaints.com allowed an individual to post complete lies after they were turned down for an estate sale. Are all estate liquidators required to take every estate sale that comes their way? What if the sale is not profitable? What if the sale date that the potential client is requesting is already taken? What if the house is so filthy that most pieces of furniture in the home are covered in pet urine and the estate liquidator turns down the sale because they don't want to sell the public contaminated furniture. Should they be required to take that sale because they are afraid of negative postings? do they then have to put up with companies such as complaints.com that allow those disgruntled individuals to make up stories and lies?
I am an employee of Arizona Estate Liquidators! No I was not asked by management or the owners to make a comment. I just feel strongly about this. Especially because I know that Arizona Estate Liquidators and Tracy Thomas do an Excellent job. They work 7 days a week making the liquidations that they handle be a success and I know first hand that they go the extra mile for each and every client. So GO WITH ARIZONA ESTATE LIQUIDATORS FOR YOUR ESTATE SALE NEEDS, YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.