Bridgfords
Stockton-on-tees, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18
1/5, 2 reviews
0% recommended
0% lettings valuation accuracy
0% lettings fee satisfaction
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Bridgfords
18 Bishop Street
Stockton-on-Tees
County Durham
TS18 1SY
01642 386347

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Services offered
  • Sales
  • Lettings
  • Block Management
  • Surveys
  • Conveyancing
  • Mortgage Advice
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Apr 10,2015
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By: 'Roger'
Apr 10,2015
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I enquired by email about a property using the contact on their website. Two days later I had a response with no usual greeting ( Dear ... ), had copied and pasted my email then responded to each point in red lettering. No sign off closing ( e.g. ...
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“The agent was rude and horrible to deal with. It ......”

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May 31,2013
Minithumbdown
By: 'medic'
May 31,2013
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The agent was rude and horrible to deal with. It was her way or the highway and was exceptionally incompetent at communication for a manager. She had a terrible attitude that led to us reporting her to head office. She since has had a disciplinary ...
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What agent could do to change your mind?
1) learn to communicate effectively 2) sort out your apparent attitude problems 3) don't bully students (Queens campus's Accommodation Office know about you and want us to provide regular feedback which unfortunately has so far been for us and yourselves very negative) 4) Charge reasonable prices in-line with competition 5) If charging high prices, provide excellent customer service (which has so far been appalling) 6) Try and focus on making customers feel at ease instead of scaring them into signing.
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