is why they only accept cash or a bankers cheque
viallis wrote: »
Hi, We have just ordered a new kitchen plus white goods from Uber Kitchens based in Manchester, we live in the South East. A rep. came to visit, seemed straight, only took £100 deposit and the kitchen should be delivered to be fitted end of July. The price was almost half the price of other quotes and too good to miss. After he left we looked at each other and wondered if it was a scam, we have telephone the company today and spoken to a customer service person, the rep. rang us back when we asked for a return call,all seems kosher, still feel jittery though. The rep. had no brochures to leave with us, he had no business card. Anyone out there dealt with this company please. Thanks
greengate16 wrote: »
hi ya, i had yesturday two men who came round they measured our kitchen and took a hundred pound dep, they seemed nice but forward, they had no identification but explained, we now on google wondering if we too have been scammed, i too dont know what to do, we dont know weather to wait and check everything if not dont pay, or cancel and go elsewhere, did u have a funny feeling like us
mcp_joinery wrote: »
I have just spent a day fitting an uber kitchen and i can honestly say they are a disaster, the drawn plan was a joke, the sizes were wrong, there was no consideration of how waste pipe were to run, electrics or pipe boxes, if i was to try and fit the washing machine as per the plan i would have to knock a wall down.
The units were of very poor quality, glue everywhere, badly chipped and did not fit together properly, some so badly it was impossible to level.
drawers are cheap and flimsy.
I have fitted a lot of kitchens from a lot of different places an this is one to avoid at all costs.
so if you wonder why there cheap, its cos there rubbish.
A new kitchen costs a lot of money, please don't waste it on uber kitchens.
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