Sunday, February 05, 2006

National Servall fails again

As I said in a previous post, this is the second time I have left my brown, 96 gallon Servall bin outside my house. Servall sent me a letter telling me I had to leave it out for THREE WEEKS. The three weeks are over and guess what, my bin still sits at the end of my driveway.

They cannot even arrange to pick up their brown bins in three full weeks.

My neighbors have of course left theirs out as well.

I wonder what the next letter from Servall will say?

I hope they try to charge me money! I expect they will and they will get an "earful" from me...

Boy am I glad I have my black 96 gallon bin from the City of Fort Wayne, what would I do without it?

4 comments:

Robert Enders said...

Does Servall actually want the bins back?

The city will pick them up if you leave a note to do so. My sister in Indy could use another trash can as well.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't Serv-all have mob connections? Maybe you should contact them... I wish someone would tap into the dark side of Fort Wayne stuff... like how the powerful families with long established businesses in Fort Wayne threaten to pull money out of banks if they give loans to competitors and such stuff...

Anonymous said...

This is very interesting site... isuzu wiper motor How much stomach fat to lose Microsoft spyware detection State of wyoming articles of incorporation Wings of hope cancer fund http://www.palm-pda-7.info/Alcohol-use-and-breast-cancer.html Map of hiking luxembourg chrysler dealers toronto california community laws divorce yale cancer center breast and cervical cancer screening Look for looking for powerful ritalin alternative healthy http://www.cervicalcancer1.info/Cure-cancer-scorpion-venom.html cover jeep neoprene seat

Anonymous said...

That's a great story. Waiting for more. Armanis perfumes Blocker+pop+sign+stop+up retirement plan rollover to ira bedroom bondage diet pills didrex 3 month supply cheap kitchen bathroom remodeling va dc