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Romney Pest Control / Deceptive business practices.....

Bu Apr 01, 2016 Schertz, TX

I have worked for this company for one year. In that year I have seen the flagrant breaking of state laws. They lie to the clients about products being safe, organic, and never disclosing how the chemicals actually work. Comments of which are untrue and considered deceptive by the TDA. The products are known to have killed small pets on several occasions and the liquid pesticides burn when they come into contact with the skin. The chemicals are not organic but are chrysanthemum based. Matt Sherill advises the salesmen to flat out lie about everything in order to sell contracts. Pesticides are made to kill bugs are to some extent poisonous but far from being totally safe. Matt Sherill also instructs technicians to do treatments in the rain which according to the TDA is against the law. What kind of treatment does the client actually receive when the chemicals wash away in the rain? The smarter clients do not want services when it rains but to some it doesn't matter. It is the responsibility of the company to be aware of the kind of quality treatments they provide, the effects of the chemicals they put into the environment for its protection and never should perform any kind of treatments in the rain. I have seen Matt Sherill instruct new techs who know nothing of the laws to dump chemicals in the field behind the facility. In San Antonio drinking water, that has been recently tested, there are traces of permethrin in the drinking water. I'm sure Romney is not the only business performing this ritual of treating in the rain. In my estimation, Romney cares nothing of it's employees, the environment including the quality of the drinking water nor the kind of quality treatments the clients receive but only the almighty dollar. I hope that someone in the TDA or OSHA investigates this. Laws are flagrantly being broken in the San Antonio area and Matt Sherill is behind it all.

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